In this episode I interview Emily Fleenor, a new parent who recently gave birth to her daughter while her husband was in active duty stationed at Fort Campbell in Tennessee. They both took the Evidence Based Birth Childbirth Class from EBB Instructor Heidi Duncan, and appreciated the flexibility of the online format during times when Emily’s husband was away for work.
Emily worked with a freestanding birthing center, and was very happy with her care. Find out why she was excited and empowered during her birth – despite laboring in her car, a battle with anxiety, and the psychological challenges of getting through the birth process.
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