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Despite needing to be induced because of dangerously low amniotic fluid levels, Rebekah was able to have a natural and fast delivery with her first baby. Her hopes for repeating her natural delivery with baby number two were smashed when they discovered the baby was breech. After several attempts to encourage the baby to flip, eventually Rebekah delivered her second baby via c-section.
Rebekah dreamed of having a VBAC with her third baby, but knew that her history of low amniotic fluid could get in the way. Eventually, her low fluid did require Rebekah to be induced. The VBAC was not successful, and Rebekah had another c-section. However, a surprising discovery in the operating room confirmed that the c-section was meant to be.
Rebekah Hoffer used to bare her heart on stage as an actress, but now she bares her heart online. She still has a flare for the dramatic, but thankfully family appreciates that about her. Rebekah blogs at SimplyRebekah.com. She shares money saving tips, parenting advice, and all the things she is learning about natural living. Rebekah can often be found expressing her hatred for cleaning and her deep passion of Oreos and reality TV.
Rebekah is also a regular co-host on the Sorta Awesome podcast. Every week the co-hosts strive to find the awesome in the every day as they explore everything from the silly to the serious.
You can find Rebekah Hoffer on her blog, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You can find Sorta Awesome in your favorite podcast app.
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Read Rebekah’s Birth Stories on her blog: Grace’s Birth Story – Fast & Natural, Noah’s Birth Story – Breech C-Section and Isaac’s Birth Story – Failed VBAC