Dear Baby G


This blog began as a way to document the blogger’s pregnancy and at home birth. Now that the baby is born, readers can take a look at the successful birth story, and hear how older siblings are adjusting to a new baby in the house.

Ocean To Plate
by Sarah George about 4 years ago
Moving On
by Sarah George about 4 years ago

On Being Blythe


This self-proclaimed shameless mommy blog highlights the wonder of having your child at home. Lovely photos and thoughtful posts about pregnancy and motherhood, combined with a question and answer series about homebirth, makes it an invaluable resource.

Bedhead Birth Blog


Learn about the importance of umbilical cords, how formula compares with breast milk, and how beautiful a homebirth can be with this photographer’s blog. In addition to taking stunning pictures, this blogger is also a doula, so the posts are backed up by lots of birthing experience.

Workspace Rehab
by nikki over 4 years ago
A December Birthday in Germany is the Best Birthday
by nikki over 4 years ago

The Unorthodox Dad


While writing about the intricacies of fatherhood, this blogger takes time to describe his experiences with homebirth. There is a very thought provoking post about insurance confusions that can occur after having a baby at home.

Attachment Satiation
by admin over 4 years ago

Veritas Wellness Blog


They offer lots of tips about general health, as well as specific advice for expectant mothers. Some great articles discussing home birth are available as well.

Where’s My Midwife?


This is the blog for an organization that assists people in finding midwifes for their hospital or at home births. There is some valuable information here about midwives in general, and some wonderful birth stories.

We Are Pregnant!
by Anna over 4 years ago

Home Birth in Israel


Based in Israel, this midwife and doula assists with homebirths. Though this is a fairly new blog, there are already some inspiring birth stories, and lovely articles about the power of new life.

Hobo mama


An aspiring writer and mother blogs about natural parenting. Read about her recent home birth, as well as some tips on breastfeeding, and how to comfort an older sibling when the new baby arrives.

Carnival of Natural Parenting — 2013 year in review
by Lauren Wayne almost 4 years ago
You're invited to my Mother Blessing!
by Lauren Wayne almost 4 years ago

Feed the Soil


Many topics, not just pregnancy and birth, are covered in this new mother’s blog. Read about her son’s home birth, complete with lots of adorable baby pictures.

No Time for Blogging
by noreply@blogger.com (Sara E. Cotner) over 3 years ago
End of Year Purge
by noreply@blogger.com (Sara E. Cotner) over 3 years ago

The Feminist Breeder


Brought to you by a prelaw student and mother of three, this blog constantly demonstrates how feminism and motherhood go hand in hand. Recent blog posts document the homebirth of the blogger’s first daughter.

An Exercise in Saying Nice Things About Yourself
by Feminist Breeder over 3 years ago
T-Minus 10 Days Until Closing…
by Feminist Breeder over 3 years ago

Bloom Spokane


Bloom Spokane promotes mother-friendly maternity care, encourages informed health care decisions, and strives to improve our community’s birth culture. Our mission is to improve the quality of maternity care in Spokane, WA by supporting and educating local childbearing families and health care professionals. The blog features articles of local as well as national interest on topics of pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum issues.

Bloom Fest 2014 Workshops
by Cait Hennessy almost 4 years ago
How Fathers Can Support Breastfeeding
by Cait Hennessy almost 4 years ago

Tiny Grass


This blogging couple relates their experiences with natural and at home childbirth. With baby number four on the way, expect plenty of up to date information and anecdotes about birthing options.

Erin Ellis Homebirth Midwife


This midwife and mother writes about the Birth Change movement in the United States. Learn how politics might be involved in determining the risks of homebirth.

One Heart Midwifery Care


This midwife organization offers some great information for people just starting to research homebirths. There area some inspiring testimonials from the midwives themselves about how they have helped women and families throughout the years.

2014 going to 2015
by One Heart Midwifery over 3 years ago
Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin and the Farm Midwives
by One Heart Midwifery over 4 years ago

Sarah Jones Midwifery Services


Check out this midwife’s blog for some touching testimonials from her clients. One homebirth account describes “the perfect birth.”

Circus Queen


This British blogger recently had a new addition to her family, with a birth that was a combination of at home and in the hospital. Browse the archives for plenty of pregnancy tales, and why she decided to have her baby at home.

Win Faith & Betty Body Butter and Bath Salts for Pregnancy and Beyond
by Adele Jarrett-Kerr over 4 years ago
Burning the Umbilical Cord
by Adele Jarrett-Kerr over 4 years ago

Ilithyia Inspired


After having a successful, unassisted home birth herself, this blogger has a lot of experience to draw from for her posts. She is also a doula and self-proclaimed birth servant, and offers tons of advice on all aspects of pregnancy, labor and breastfeeding.

Boobies & Weaners
by Sarah - Ilithyia Inspired Doula almost 5 years ago

Carolyn's blog


Read about birth stories in developing countries, as well as more general facts about being a midwife. This blogger also discusses midwifery education.

Supporting vulnerable Families
by Carolyn almost 4 years ago
A lovely, family centred, home waterbirth
by Carolyn over 4 years ago

The Sanctuary


Keeping up to date with the latest childbirth news and information is a top priority for this wellness center’s blog. Read their weekly updates about midwifery, homebirth, and cooking.

Dar a Luz Women’s Care


This midwife helps families keep their homebirths as stress-free as possible. She also informs readers about pregnancy facts, such as whether or not reducing salt intake is necessary.

here is the mailing server …
by fearlessbirth about 4 years ago
by fearlessbirth about 4 years ago

Charleston Birth Place


This birthing organization expects women to listen to their own bodies, and communicate their needs about childbirth. They strive to provide information about the different childbirth options, including homebirth, and they even post some stirring birth videos.

12/8/14 Noah Ethan 7pounds 6ounces
by admin over 3 years ago
12/7/14 Madelyn Alaire 7pounds 8ounces
by admin over 3 years ago

Graceful Approach


This blog offers advice about having a well-balanced life. Read a wonderful article on the home birth of the blogger’s child, as well as some great time-saving recipes for a new mother.