Cindy Crawford Part 4

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Comment by Honey on July 28, 2011 at 4:40pm



I feel like a light that went off a long time ago has been turned back on, by women themselves, supporting other women to remember the TRUE WAY!


Thank you again for sharing this.

Comment by Crystal on February 15, 2011 at 2:04pm
Ok, I stand corrected...I think. I clicked play but immediately clicked further down on the video time-line and it bypassed that donation box. I hope this helps anyone struggling to watch this because everyone's experience is good to hear, just in case it parallels your own  =)
Comment by Crystal on February 15, 2011 at 1:57pm
So I can't listen to Cindy finish her story unless I donate again? Hm, I wasn't expecting that from an empowering website. Could we kindly be warned in advance that a donation will be imminent in the last episode. Thanks a lot, I guess I'll pass on this one.
Comment by Jennifer C on August 6, 2009 at 8:45am
What a wonderful set of videos! Thank you for sharing!!!
Comment by Veronica Daley L.C.C.E. on August 3, 2009 at 6:22pm
Thank you!!! Your words were perfect!!! Trusting our untried strength even though we know it will hurt...yet we trust. I can't wait for the new film to see more celebrities speak out about normal birth. Too many women are looking to other celebs about surgical birth. I can't wait to make this part of my own teaching to women and their partners and can't thank you enough for sharing your story!
Comment by Karen Melton on July 31, 2009 at 7:44pm
Yes!! Exactly as it should be - trusting our bodies and delivering our own babies is empowering. The sad thing is that most women now are not in touch with that simple and profound truth, don't deliver their own babies, and are disempowered. Not to forget the effects of medical, high intervention birthing on the conscious sentient prenate. Both prenatal and birth trauma are at epidemic levels, so if having 'celebs' speak out about this changes things - yeah!!
Comment by Marisa Salt on July 29, 2009 at 1:15pm
Thank you, Cindy. We need more celebrities like you. I remember being on top of the world after giving birth, knowing I could do anything. It is so empowering to give birth naturally without any drugs- some will never understand!
Comment by Kelly Martin on July 29, 2009 at 1:08pm
I just gave birth 8 days ago and identify so much with Cindy's description of labor pain and how it can only be understood in the moment. My experience was similar with the "ring of fire" in that I thought the pain would be over after my daughter's head popped out when in truth, the hardest push and pain was just to come, just before you see the most amazing reward in the world! I participated in two triathlons last summer, a walk in the park compared to what we do in labor. Thank you for sharing your story, Cindy!
Comment by rebecc@ on July 28, 2009 at 7:24pm
I love Cindy Crawford, I love that she gave birth at home like me...and I have her signiture collection bed from rooms to go. Woop woop! :P

Rebecca Doula
Comment by Rebecca Dundore on July 28, 2009 at 1:23pm
I always tell my moms that they're going to do the impossible. They are going to actually do something that doesn't seem like it should work. The power and freedom that comes after such an accomplishement is too amazing for me!
Comment by Jane Wines on July 27, 2009 at 9:25pm
Yay - I got to see it. Fantastic - thank you Cindy for sharing. I love it when women claim the birth as theirs and realise it isnt the catcher who deserves the credit. Always great to hear Mums say 'I did it'. I always try to help Mums realise this, either when they are concerned a particular midwife/Dr needs to be there, or after the event when they say "I couldnt have done it without you". You COULD have done it without me - the strength is within you.
Cant wait for the DVD.
Midwife, BC
Comment by Jill Fremont on July 27, 2009 at 7:16pm
This is so wonderful! I enjoyed your birth story, Cindy! I feel like you will empower many women w/ your story. I liked your equation of pregnancy, birth, and breast-feeding to a marathon. I've been trying to put that into words for a while and I think you said it right! Thanks so much for sharing!
Comment by Kathy Welter-Nichols on July 27, 2009 at 6:39pm
This is so awesome! Thank you Cindy for taking the time to share these incredible details with us-
and with such intimate revelations of your own experience within, as you birthed your baby, your way!

Brilliant, and taking ownership of your decisions during the birth, empowers you even more.

I don't know what these infants are going to be asked to face during their time on Earth? There is no way our parents knew what we were going to be facing either...all I truly know is where there are mothers willing to give their infants this gentle entry, even knowing she's propelling herself along towards something that could be is truly the gift of mother love.

Have a wonderful journey with your children, they picked a very special mother!
Bless you for sharing!

Kathy Welter-Nichols,
Labour Doula, CHT., HypnoBirthing Educator
NLP Certified Trainer.
Vancouver, B.C Canada
Comment by wyndee forrest on July 27, 2009 at 3:38pm
Bravo- enjoyed the story. I would like to know Randy's part in the process. I am also curious to know if she told family and friends that she planned a homebirth with their second. thank you for sharing. We need to trust in our bodies and spirits more.
Wyndee CLC
Henderson NV
Comment by Chaya V on July 27, 2009 at 1:00pm
I will quote Cindy on the "If I had ever wanted to run a marathon, I don't need to anymore - I've done that. I've had a baby."

Chaya V
Comment by Kate DeGroot on July 27, 2009 at 11:52am
I am sitting here with my 7 week old baby on my chest and relating to almost everything that was said. And I have to admit I am in tears thinking about how I brought this little girl into the world the way she deserved to be welcomed.
Comment by MimiX on July 27, 2009 at 11:36am
This is great -- my favorite of the four! Many thanks to Cindy for sharing her story. And how gorgeous does she look?! I want that blue shirt! :)
Comment by Jane Wines on July 27, 2009 at 11:31am
Sadly it wont let me get to the end of the video without making a donation. It wont let me close the donation window. Shame - I think we should be able to decide when we make donations to causes.
Comment by Kristen Suzanne on July 27, 2009 at 11:20am
Whoo hoo! I love the talk about empowerment and that Cindy delivered her baby. YEAH!!!


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