We are so thrilled that our cosponsors, 4th Trimester Bodies Project will be joining us in Milwaukee and Boise this year!

If you are not familiar, this is an amazing photography project that celebrates women in all of their childbearing glory, showing women that they can be proud of the amazing work their body has done in creating beautiful children as opposed to shaming themselves because they don’t fit into the media’s or society’s standards for what women should supposedly look like.

4th trimester body project

Ashlee Jackson and Laura Wilson, the ladies behind this incredible movement, will be speaking at both MeetUps. They will touch on the story behind their project, the censoring of motherhood in social media, and the need for change in postpartum body acceptance.

Also, in Boise, they will have two days of photo shoots. You can keep an eye here for when those limited spots open up!

4th trimester bodies project birth without fear

Photography by Jill V Photography.

Speaker Announced for Portland and Denver MeetUps 2015

January 7, 2015

We are so excited to announce that Jen McLellan with Plus Size Mommy Memoirs will be joining us in Denver this July as a guest speaker! She gave an amazing presentation at the BWF Conference in Austin, TX last October. She is well loved not only online but in her community as she is known […]

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2015 MeetUp Cities Announced!

December 1, 2014

We have announced three cities with registration now open here! They are… More cities to come!

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2015 Birth Without Fear Events

October 29, 2014

The 2nd Annual Birth Without Fear Conference was once again an amazing, inspirational, fun experience! We will have more information and pictures to share soon! Does that mean we are done? Absolutely not! We are already preparing and planning for events around the country in 2015! So far we have announced Columbus, Ohio (we are […]

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2nd Annual Birth Without Fear Conference Program

October 21, 2014

Here is the full program for the 2nd Annual Birth Without Fear Conference. Share away! More info here, speakers here, registration here, event page here.    

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What is the Birth Without Fear Conference?

August 30, 2014

People are asking what exactly is this Birth Without Fear Conference about?! I’ll be honest, it can’t all be put into words, but I’ll try! It is an incredible two days of inspiring speakers that cover topics such as pregnancy, birth, supporting women in labor, when plans change, motherhood, self love, post partum, chiropractic, and this […]

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Birth Without Fear MeetUp in Orlando, Florida

August 8, 2014

Oh Orlando, how I love thee. I was so excited to do an event in Orlando, as I lived there many years ago. It truly is a magical place. I even brought my oldest son with me so we could spend half a day at Harry Potter Land! Memories to last a lifetime. This MeetUp […]

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Birth Without Fear MeetUp Oakland, CA

May 15, 2014

Our first ever MeetUp. Thank you Northern California for having us and letting us learn with you. The day was fun and full of local moms connecting with current friends and making new one. I loved watching Ruthie say “Hi” to all the local doulas and it was so sweet when she introduced me before speaking. […]

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The MeetUps Begin!

January 13, 2014

We are about to have our first Birth Without Fear MeetUp in Emeryville/Oakland, California! We can’t even begin to describe the dedication and excitement that has gone into planning these and the amount of care and love involved. We are so looking forward to meeting many of you. You may still be wondering what a […]

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Announcing BWF Meet-Ups

November 22, 2013

Every time we posted about our First Annual BWF Conference, people left hundreds (sometimes thousands) of comments asking us to come to their city. While we can’t do a conference in every city, we decided why not simplify and bring the best of Birth Without Fear to as many cities as we can? That is […]

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