When I moved to NC in 2013, one of the first things I did (before we even moved) was start Googling to try to find resources to prepare for a VBAC in preparation for the birth of our next child. I was hopeful that, when the time came for us to have another, my birth experience would be different. I didn’t find much online at the time, and a lot of what I found was outdated information buried on old websites and blogs.
Two years later, when we found out we were pregnant with Little Brother, I had finally connected with more resources and starting preparing in earnest for a VBAC. The support that this community offered me over the course of my pregnancy was phenomenal.
Moms seeking a VBAC face unique challenges, both physically and emotionally. I would like to share some of the VBAC-friendly resources and support that this community offers.
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