You CAN create your confident birth.

Let my 20 years of experience help guide you to get the birth you are hoping for. Get tips for:

  • When to go to the hospital
  • Using movement to your advantage
  • Creating a birth plan
  • And what life will be like after baby
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Let's untangle pregnancy for you fun listening that will outlast your maternity clothes.

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I'm Hilary, The Pregnancy Nurse.

As a labor & delivery nurse for almost 20 years, I've helped thousands of moms in person, and millions of moms over the internet as The Pregnancy Nurse™. It's been my job for two decades to help pregnant mamas overcome their nerves and safely bring their babies into the world.

Plus, I've had three of my own, so I know what it's like to be on the other side of those pregnancy fears.

I can't wait to support you, and your specific needs. I aim to prepare you from bump to bassinette for the confident collaborative hospital birth you're hoping for.

In the span of just a few hours, I can help you simplify labor so you can move on to getting excited for your big day."

"We loved Hilary's straight forward and honest teaching on what you really need to know when it comes to all things, labor, delivery, postpartum, and newborn care. Her humor and vulnerability make the classes even better."— Sarah H.

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The Pregnancy Nurse is the Sister Site to Pulling Curls which also has a lot of its own pregnancy content.

Benefits of prenatal education classes have included increased confidence for labor and birth among women who attended prenatal classes, higher likelihood of breastfeeding, improved communication between childbearing women and their maternity care providers, decreased need for analgesic medication in labor, and increased satisfaction with birth (Chalmers & Kingston, 2009; Enkin et al., 2000).

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