Episode: TC019 A UK homebirth with an independent midwife. An interview with Laura Husson.


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TC019 A UK homebirth with an independent midwife. An interview with Laura Husson.

Every women must make the decision that is right for her. That is what ensures her the optimal childbirth experience for just her.

Laura Husson, mom to 2, online business architect and strategist, shares with us her process of choosing to birth at home with an independent midwife. She shares her connection to her needs in pregnancy and birth.

And she shares her hard but beautiful birth story. 



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