Birthing Truth: A Collection Of Freebirth Stories

Emilee Saldaya
First Birth, Free Birth, Still Born - My Birth Story

First Birth, Free Birth, Still Born - My Birth Story

I delivered our still born baby into my hands. I held him, and smelled him and studied him. There was no time limit on how long we had with him, there was no panic. There was just love for this little dear who would never experience this life with us as his parents. We grieved together. That night I slept with my arms cradling an invisible baby. I just had this magnetic pull to cradle something. I can hardly explain it with words.

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Emilee Saldaya
My freebirth story of Roman Peter

My freebirth story of Roman Peter

My body instinctively raised enough to have space between myself and the floor of the bathtub. I felt my baby descending into my body. When I reached down I could feel his head right there. With each contraction I allowed myself to only push enough to feel slight resistance down there. Then I'd relax and allow him to go back inside. I did this with 4 or 5 contractions and he came out with ease. No ring of fire. I could feel with my hand the opening stretching and I was amazed.

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Emilee Saldaya
The Birth Story of Kaiden Elijah Norman

The Birth Story of Kaiden Elijah Norman

I had another huge urge to push and Baby was lodged. I contemplated on heading to the pool which had been ready but was afraid I wouldn’t make it.( it was Downstairs) so I stayed in the shower. I told dad to get ready and use the flashlight to see if he seen anything he said no. I few moments went by and another urge to push came. THIS WAS IT! one long push and out came head, shoulders, body...followed by my waters all in one!! Khiry yells I GOT HIM I GOT HIM!! Still facing the back of the...

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Emilee Saldaya
Free Birth of Eshma Jean

Free Birth of Eshma Jean

With the next surge, I jumped out of the pool, grabbed a chux pad and got on all fours. Trent was applying pressure and massaging my lower back. I was so afraid of tearing that I found myself resisting the urge to push and that's when a little voice in my head reminded me "listen to your body". I stopped fighting it, FER (fetal ejection reflex) kicked in, and within three surges, SHE was out! And mama didn't tear at all.

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