Just sharing some of my favorite homebirth/natural birth slogans. Add yours to the list!

· Endorphins are the New Epidural (my personal contribution)

· Birth – Every Home Should Have One

· Made at Home, Born at Home

· 8,000,000 Years of Evolution Can’t Be Wrong

· Childbirth is Not a Disease or a Medical Event

· Give Birth Where You are the Boss

· Birth is Safe, Interference is Risky

· Trust your Body, It’s Perfect for the Job

· Look What I Like to Do in the Privacy of My Own Home

· It’s Never Too Early to Start Keeping Your Kids Off of Drugs – Have a Natural Childbirth

· Empowered Childbirth Starts with Informed Childbirth

· Natural Birth – Safest for Mom, Safest for Baby

· Peace on Earth Begins with Birth

· Midwives – Protecting Normal Birth


And to sum it all up, remember that…

“Well behaved women rarely make history” – Laurel Thatcher Ulrich


8 Comments Add yours

  1. Jeanette says:

    Oooh – like the new look – how’d ya do that?

    I heard one the other night ‘ I’m not against intervention – I’m against routine’

  2. mb says:

    it’s not a birthing one and i can’t remember where i heard it but i love it:

    I make milk. What’s your superpower?

  3. leighsteele says:

    Ooh, those are both good ones. I love that one, MB. I’d heard that one too…there are a million catchy lactivist slogans out there!
    XOXO to you my ladies,

  4. Interested reader says:

    This interested reader would like to see more pictures for Kaia. (Please delete this message after reading …. and adding pictures.)

  5. “Give birth where you are the boss.” I LOVE this one, and it totally sums up why my next birth will be a homebirth (assuming there is a next birth, lol). I don’t have any good birth ones to add, but my friend had her son dressed in an adorable lactivist shirt the other day … it said “mothersucker” on it!

  6. amygeekgrl says:

    love all of these. thank you for sharing! 🙂

  7. amygeekgrl says:

    thought of another i like:

    Trust Birth

  8. Dad says:

    Home birthing….

    ….makes the best mommy and babies.

    I had a perfect mother and was born in my mothers bed: May 9,1947. That old iron bed, in which I entered this world, is still in our basement bedroom.

    The doctor came by my parent’s rural home three times to check on me and mom during the process. He charged $5.00 for each visit. I plopped into his hands during the third visit. 9 pounds and 6 oz. of chubby baby boy.

    Fifteen bucks total bill. A bargin in any era!


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