I decided to write a book after the birth of my fourth child because honestly, I didn’t know what to do with myself. I had worked so hard towards my VBA3C. It seemed weird, even with four kids to not have something to work on and prepare, besides normal life. My heart was overwhelmed with God’s goodness and love for me and I knew I wanted to share more of not just my story, but I really believe this is all about Him.
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What if someone told me?


Of all the people I knew…

What if someone told me?

That ‘once a c-section, always a c-section’ wasn’t true?

That there *are* risks to every c-section I had and that there would be risks to any future pregnancies as well.

That there wasn’t anything wrong with me or my body since I had a c-section.

That I still had options.

That VBAC was a safe and reasonable choice for me.

That I could dream about the birth I wanted.

That I could find a new doctor.

That there are support groups.

That there are doulas.

That it was ok that I wanted more.

What if they told me? Of ALL the people I knew in the entire world, they either didn’t know or didn’t tell me.

I’m not about being a victim or having that mentality. But it goes to show, we have work to do in sharing these great truths to women. And this is why I don’t think I can ever be quiet. As a member of society, a doula or someone who writes. I want women to know their options. They don’t have to choose what I would choose. I just want them to ~know~. Then they can move forward and choose what’s best for ~them~.

Will you come along with me? Will you share what you know? If we all share a little, a lot can happen.