The most sacred moment: Never forget The first moment a mother holds her child in her arms is the most wonderful moment for every child born in this world.

had my unmedicated birth at home – as I had hoped for. Not only that, Sarelle Jolie was the prize at the end of it all. The best gift I have ever given myself.

I should also mention she was born at 1:11 am on February 11th. This number is very special to me as I was born on November 11th at 11 am on my mom’s birthday. So 1’s are magic to me!

Also be sure to check out the audio version of our story told by me and Jesse over on The Ultimate Health Podcast!

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