Talk About a Home Birth

Our beautiful new baby: Frida Ayn, born at home in the Santa Teresita neighborhood of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

Arrived at 4:15 PM on Friday, February 26, 2016

Weight: 3830 grams (8.44 lbs), Height: 52 cm (20.5 inches)

Big thanks to Maria, Francesca, and Lupita of Casa Aramara!!

Carrie has had two natural births at home, each time with wonderful midwives.  Each birth has been in a comfortable environment and the results have shown it.  No medical intervention, healthy babies, no drugs, and no tearing (fast healing time!)  In Carrie’s words, “If a birth can be relaxing, each one of them was.”  If you or anyone you know is considering different options for having a baby, we’d highly recommend looking into home birth options!  Take a destination birth trip to Casa Aramara in Mexico, consider Genea Birth (midwives for iola) if you’re in or near Minnesota, or have a look at all the many talented midwives all over the world.  For skeptics, we consider it to be as safe (if not safer) than hospital births and you’re welcome to contact us if you’d like to hear more!

And now, lots of pictures!!

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-Ryan

 

7 thoughts on “Talk About a Home Birth

  1. Hooray another Mexican/American baby born! Frida is beautiful, Carrie is amazing, iola is sweet, and Ryan thanks for sharing with us. Cannot wait to meet her in person. Much love you guys. Congrats.

    1. Thanks, really appreciate it! You guys planted the Mexican seed in our brains so it’s kinda your fault 🙂 We love it here and might not otherwise have given Mexico a chance were it not for your fantastic blog!

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