Meet the duo behind Indie Birth
We are mamas and midwives who decided to do birth differently– and bring others along with us. We are radical, fun to work with, and great at (lovingly) calling people on their bullshit to help move us all towards a new more beautiful world. With 12 children and over two decades of midwifery between us, we’ve learned a thing or two along the way, and Indie Birth is our space to share it all with you.
Margo and Maryn
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Fantastic podcast on Merconium, cleared up a lot of questions I had. Actually I love all your podcasts, you are an ongoing education series for all women. I am a 61 year old woman, and have been a doula for 7 years. I believe in Undisturbed birth, so I heed the words of Michel Odent, to sit in the corner knitting. I don’t knit, have I Pad, and find this works well. I am and have been a nurse for 36 years,so it has been a learning curve for me to learn to not do anything at a birth. So I see that with midwives, they are trained to Do – this is because their training is not wholistic. My doula training was at the International College of Spiritual Midwifery. I love my calling. Recently attended my first Lotus Birth – home waterbirth. 4th baby, older sibs present. It was bliss. 6 days to lotus. Then ritual burial of the placenta and a nearby tree made into The Wishing Tree where we all tied ribbons and made our wishes for the new babe. Still blessed out over it 6 weeks ago now. Thankyou so much, you are a true inspiration. I’m never to old to learn more. Blessings from Sandy.
Thank you for this podcast, I’m loving every one I listen to. I have 4 children, all unhindered births at home. With my 4th, 16 months ago now, she released meconium. Thin, greenish waters were present, it did make me feel panicked for a minute because what I knew was that it was a “bad sign”. My husband reassured me all was going to be fine, which helped me connect again and I knew my baby was ok. I did feel like I needed to get her out though, not that I had the power to do that, but what if……. She was coming in at 42 weeks, my first went that long as well but no meconium. Well, she was born a couple hours later, perfectly healthy and remains perfectly healthy. I frequently think back on it and am always so glad I was in the safety of my home. This podcast shed some light on this situation, so important to have this knowledge.