Australian Woman Refuses Epidural For 14-Pound Baby Boy

We all know women who complain of how painful childbirth is. Birthing room stories sound more like war stories. The horrors of childbirth circulate, convincing women thinking of having children to adopt instead. The average woman screams “epidural” when dilated to a three, and most newborns weigh between 5-7 lbs upon delivery. That’s why

The average woman screams “epidural” when dilated to a three, and most newborns weigh between 5-7 lbs upon delivery. That’s why Natashia Corrigan’s story is such a breath of fresh air. Hers is no horror story, though it’s set up to be.

Back in January, Natashia silenced all of womankind when she birthed a healthy 14-pound baby boy without any drugs! The positivity and ease of her story is worth sharing. Be inspired!

10. She Prepared For An 11 LB Baby

Natashia Corrigan is an Australian native with one hell of a pain tolerance. Already a mother of three, she wasn’t intimidated at all by the thought of going through childbirth again, not even after her doctor told her that baby Brian was gaining more weight in the womb than usual. Natashia’s doctors were preparing to deliver an 11-pound baby. Boy were they surprised.