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"Visualisation is daydreaming with purpose" - Bo Bennett

Hospital Birth Preparation

A beautiful guided birthing day visualisation to support your ability to imagine and prepare for your labour and birth. This Visualisation will support you to explore; What will you need to cope with labour? Who will you need with you? What will you need from those supporting you? 

We hope you enjoy this wonderful gift of time and connection.

Homebirth Preparation

A beautiful guided birthing day visualisation to support your ability to prepare for your homebirth. This visualisation will support you to explore; What will you need to cope with labour? Who will you need with you? What will you need from those supporting you? 

We hope you enjoy this wonderful gift of time and connection.

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How might you cope with the variations of time to labour before you meet your baby?

Play this game below.

Roll the dice on labour - A game to encourage conversation and scenarios with your partner regarding the length of time it may take for your baby to be born.

Aim of the 'Roll the Dice' Game

Firstly there is no winner – it’s a  scenario based game to open up the discussion between you and your support partner of how a simple throw of the dice can determine the hypothetical length of labour. How you cope during this time is key, and what coping strategies you have in your repertoire is where the preparation to manage time will be of upmost importance.  The length of your labour is quite unpredictable so having some conversations together may support your ability to cope with a long long labour. 

What you'll need

  • The roll the dice game 12 questions 
  • Pen & Paper 
  • Dice – ideally 4 (otherwise use a dice simulator app)
  •  Your support partner 

How to play

  • Simply follow the instructions  on the Roll the Dace Game. 
  • Roll the dice and add the time up as you go. 
  • Discuss at each step how time might influence your ability to rest, to cope with labour, to get to hospital etc. 
  • Discuss what coping methods you might use at different times of your labour.  Check out our course ‘What do YOU need to cope with labour’ for more inspiration.