Pink's Birth Story

Pink says the recent birth of her daughter had some scary moments and didn't go quite as she planned -- but all's well that ends well.

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Pink gave birth to her first child last month, and the singer is sharing her birth story with her fans.

While the singer had planned on a natural birth, the baby had other ideas.

"She was in the frank breech position, which is head up with her legs up by her head in a pike position," Pink said. "We tried everything to turn her around. Turns out this little girl had other plans -- she is my daughter, after all."

"It all turned out perfectly in the end, even though it wasn't what we intended, because she is healthy and happy and so am I. We'll go for our natural birth next time, for sure."

Pink and husband Carey Hart named their new bundle of joy Willow Sage after an unbreakable tree.

"I grew up near one," the singer said. "It is the most flexible tree and nothing can break it -- no wind, no elements. It can bend and withstand anything. I love that sentiment and I want that for her."

"Sage is cleansing and sacred and it sounds great with Willow. It doesn't hurt that her last name is Hart -- flexible, cleansed heart."

A perfect name for a perfect new life!

Image courtesy Apega/WENN.com

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Comments on "Pink reveals scary birth details"

doula in ca July 08, 2011 | 9:23 PM

I just wanted to comment on the headline of this post. What part of Pink's birth story is "scary"? Her baby was in a position which altered her hopes for an unmedicated, vaginal birth... Willow was breech. This is not scary though. It's life and she had excellent medical care providers who helped her to make the best decision of how to deliver her baby. In a society where birth is often portrayed as scary and something to be feared, it's headlines like this one that only propagate the fear. Labor and birth are not something to be feared.

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