Morgan Campbell, a postpartum doula, grew up hearing the tales of her and her siblings’ out of hospital birth stories. For her own birthing experience, she believed home was where she would feel safest to be her most primal and vulnerable self. And primal she got. She made loud and visceral vocalizations during every contraction. Her
sounds even attracted a neighborhood skunk who walked in the house as Morgan was close to pushing out her baby.
Up Next in Season 1
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