Homebirth after ECV for Breech Baby

Kate experienced an uneventful pregnancy, until at 38 weeks she discovered her baby was in breech position. She made the empowering decision to have an external cephalic version (ECV) in a hospital, then went on to have a successful homebirth.

Kate Novotny Bio

Kate Novotny currently lives in Dallas, TX. After working as a birth doula, homebirth assistant, and Labor & Delivery Nurse, Kate and her (future) husband found themselves unexpectedly pregnant. They moved from Flagstaff, Arizona to San Diego, California, where they planned to give birth at home. Connect with Kate on Instagram. Read more about Kate: Who I Am and Kate’s Postpartum Story: I Survived Postpartum DepressionECV breech baby

Ergobaby

Today’s episode was brought to you by Ergobaby. Ergo creates innovative solutions to meet the needs of today’s parents. With over baby 30 carriers in five different categories, Ergo is dedicated to building a global community of confident parents with smart, ergonomic solutions that enable and encourage bonding between parents and babies. At the end of today’s episode I chatted with Faith from Ergo about what makes them unique and the features of some of their most popular carriers including the new Adapt which is an easy-to-use 3 position carrier that adapts to your growing baby from newborn to toddler, with no infant insert needed. We will also be giving away an Adapt over on Instagram so be sure to check that out as well!

Other carriers we talked about:
Four Position 360
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