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About Me

Hey there! I'm Brigid. I am married to a wonderful man and we are blessed with four little ones to call our own. I am passionate about helping women discover the divine design, power, and beauty of their feminine genius.  

Brigid Tebaldi with children

What I'm All About

telling everyone how God loves them, mostly crunchy living, lover of all things nature, believer in a mother's intuition, informed consent, & mother-baby dyad  

I went into my first birth completely  uneducated. By the grace of God, I delivered my daughter mostly unscathed. 

Going into my second birth, I again was not educated, but had an inkling of something should be different. I ended up having a precipitous labor (~1.5 hours). I barely made it to the hospital in time and ended up hemorrhaging 5 hours later. I was rushed into emergency surgery and it was one of the scariest moments of my life. Afterwards, I felt so alone, scared, and had no idea what happened to me

We live on a farm in Pennsylvania where we host weddings and events, have a large garden, chickens, and horses. The above photo is our my childhood horse, Jasper, and myself, just a few months before we said goodbye. He was almost 35 years old. 

Months later, I still felt something was wrong, but when I asked for help and answers, no one listened.

A couple of years later, I again went into my 3rd pregnancy scared, unsure, and feeling helpless. I wanted to ask the doctors so many questions, but didn't want to feel like a burden. So, I when he said I needed to be induced, I listened. I didn't question him or ask for a reason. I wasn't offered informed consent. When he said I should have my waters broken, I listened. I wasn't offered informed consent. When he pulled the placenta out of me only moments after the birth, I wasn't told why nor was my body given the chance to deliver the placenta on its own.

When we were having our fourth, I knew I needed something different. I had done a lot of internal work, finally educated myself, and was ready for a change. I had a homebirth and it was a transformative experience.

 

I was finally listened to, cared for, and understood.

It's time for you to feel listened to and supported.

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