I recently had the honor of being interviewed by Babble.com ! The article focuses on using the term "belly birth" instead of cesarean/c-section. Our words are powerful! It's not just a surgery, it's a birth.
WOMEN ARE RENAMING C-SECTIONS “BELLY BIRTHS” TO RECLAIM THEIR ROLE IN THE DELIVERY ROOM
By Chaunie Brusie
A C-section was the last thing that Jordan Grissom, a 28-year-old health coach from Long Beach, California wanted.
Grissom, a woman who makes her living helping others get healthy, never foresaw a C-section in her future. But her labor, like so many other mothers’, was completely unpredictable. Induced when she was a week overdue, Grissom progressed to 9.5 centimeters when her midwife checked her and found the baby to be breech. Completely shocked by this turn of events, an immediate plan was put into place for an emergency C-section. It was then that Grissom went into what she calls “a tailspin.”
Read more over at Babble