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Using a mirror to monitor baby’s birth.

  If allowed to labor naturally in water, most women will labor in an upright kneeling position. Often this is the position she will be in when pushing begins. As this phase of birth continues the women will generally spread … Continue reading

Selecting the Right Air Pump for your Birth Pool.

Inflatable birth pools need the right air pump. 1) Do not use a battery operated air pump. Most are not strong enough to inflate birth pools firm enough. 2) Be sure that your air pump has a variety of nozzles. … Continue reading

Understanding Inflatable Water Birth Pools

It has been nine years since we first started selling inflatable pools for water labor and birth and we still learn from our customers new ways to damage pools : ) So… I thought it would be a good idea … Continue reading

I’m tall. What pool should I buy?

  I hear this a lot from women. They are over 5’8″ and want to be sure that they select the right pool for their height. So – How do you decide? Here is a way to help you decide … Continue reading

WATERBIRTH AT YOUR HOSPITAL

I would love to hear from woman who have helped bring waterbirth to their local hospital. What worked for you? Was your care provider a nurse midwife or a doctor? Was it a positive experience? What would you do differently? … Continue reading