Category / Birth Education

As a midwife, I play a very active role in the immediate postpartum period with so many women.  I see the unique and different ways the postpartum period unfolds for each family unit.  I have seen some women whose jobs and whose partners jobs allow for adequate time off to help with healing and adjustment, […]

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What another amazing year it has been.  There has been a lot of stretching, growing, and learning showered with so many blessings!  I am blessed to have served 38 couples as primary midwife this year.  Love each and every one of these couples and precious babies.  Rowan Twosisters joined my practice in January 2016 and […]

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A couple years ago, I began making lactation cookie mix in a jar to gift my clients.  They soon became very popular, and many people purchased the mixes from me. We moved almost a year ago, and it was too hard to keep up with while moving.  I have continued to be asked when I […]

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Women seeking a VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean) are some of my favorite women to work with as the journey to birthing their baby is filled with so much more than the pregnancy and birth.  About a third of my practice is women seeking a VBAC, and it is such a joy to be able […]

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Photo Credit to Springs of Genesis Birthing Services Cervical scar tissue.  Have you heard about this?  What do you know about it?  More importantly, what does your provider know about it? When I was an apprentice midwife several years ago, I noticed a trend of first time moms transferring to the hospital at 2cm or […]

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