Why we love to hear stories about child birth

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 14 February 2018

10 mins

Sophie Walker is a mum of two boisterous boys, works part time in cancer research and also happens to host one of the most popular pregnancy podcasts right now: Australian Birth Stories. 

Each episode thousands of people tune in to hear about the different ways we give birth. Sophie talks about why we both love to hear, and tell, the stories of our children’s births.

Listen to Sophie on the Kinderling Conversation podcast.

And don't forget to follow these amazing stories over on the Australian Birth Stories instagram

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