Labor of Love 

The story of a Memphis home-birth and the people who helped make it happen.

On a Thursday morning in early May, Amy Stewart-Banbury squeezes a dollop of ultrasound gel onto Brandi Hardin's belly. Then she settles a plastic microphone in the goop and starts gingerly moving it around. Brandi is pregnant, and Stewart-Banbury is using a…

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