Paintings of Pregnancy

Painter Amanda Greavette's "The Birth Project" documents pregnancy and birth through contemporary art.

KS Aylward's honest weekly diary about the highs and lows of pregnancy

Angela Garbes, a first time mom, embarks on a journey to answer the FAQs of other first time mom

Labor & Birth 

Follow Jess’ live labour and birth story!

The good, the bad, and...the awkward

Caesarean Sections 

Catie Atkinson gives C-section scars the respect they deserve through beautiful works of art.


You can see more of Catie Atkinson’s work at ww.spirtysol.com

This is the last of mom Kristel Jenkin’s vlogs documenting her pregnancy from pregnancy test to delivery!

Reproductive Choice


Women share their experiences and feelings after having abortions


Mike and Kristin host a podcast answering common questions and discussing prevalent issues for families adopting or fostering kids

Margaret Eichler Theriault writes about her experience of being an adoptee


Complications of Pregnancy

Pre-Eclampsia & Eclampsia

Kelly Guzman's experience in pregnancy with her son Josh and the complications she experienced

Perinatal Depression

The Honest Body Project

Natalie McCain's photoseries of women and their stories with antenatal depression

'How antenatal depression made me lose my identity' In this series of Body Language visual essays, women talk about their most personal reproductive health issues and problems. Maternal mental illness affects 1 in 5 women and develops during or after pregnancy. Here, one woman speaks about her experience with antenatal depression.

Mary Guest's story in the New York Times

Miscarriage, Stillbirth, And Fetal Loss

You’re just a small bump unborn just for four months then torn from life. Maybe you were needed up there but we’re still unaware of why.
— Ed Sheeran, "Small Bump"

Born Still,

But Still Born

Read Emma Hansen's story of her son Reid Richard VandenBrink.


Dianne Yudelson's photoseries to represent her experience of 11 miscarriages

Postpartum Hemorrhage


‘Embarrassed” by Hollie McNish. I wrote this poem in a public toilet after my 6 month old baby fell asleep. I was in town on my own a lot with her and the first time I fed her someone commented that I should stay home.

“If you decide to stop breast-feeding, let me give you permission to do so. You are no less a mother, and your child will be just fine.”

Photographer Vincent Ferrane's photoseries on breastfeeding