|Posted on February 10, 2015 at 3:15 PM|
I taped my first vlog this morning!!
When to go to the birthplace is a common question we get from our students, who are still primarily choosing to birth in a hospital setting. This information is also applicable if you are transferring to a birth center or having a non-emergent homebirth transfer.
A non-emergent transfer is the most common type of transfer when it happens in a homebirth setting. The midwife and patient decide together that the family wants a different kind of observation if they feel things might be shifting away from healthy and low-risk.
So, with that being said, here is today's Q&A:
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Kudos and thanks to Jen McClellan at Plus Size Birth whose message to "Capture Motherhood" has inspired me to be okay in front of the camera again. This adventure into "vlogging" would not have been possible without her support and encouragement <3
What tips would you share with a family who wants more information about making the trip from home to their birth place?
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