Meagan and Duke Mozingo
Any person who is familiar with midwifery has most likely heard of Ina May Gaskin. She stated it best when she said, “When you destroy midwives, you also destroy a body of knowledge that is shared by women, that can’t be put together by a bunch of surgeons or a bunch of male obstetricians, because physiologically, birth doesn’t happen the same way around surgeons, medically trained doctors, as it does around sympathetic women.” My midwives who surrounded me during the ... read more.
Kellie and Briggs Hinze
Once upon a time a 41 week pregnant woman was about to go to bed, she was exhausted and her back was aching terribly. She left the dishes in the sink, the toys all over the living room floor and went to bed leaving her house in total disarray…something she hadn’t done in awhile, since she was planning a home birth and wanted to be ready for company (the birth team) at a moment’s notice.
SO we al ... read more.
Cassie and Connor Harman
Our journey to meeting our little one, Connor Lee, came in God’s perfect timing. My husband, Kyle, and I had just made a huge change with jobs where I could pursue a career in my field of public health and he could work closer to home. Little did we know we were expecting so the change came at an opportune time. We knew we were expecting because I had nausea that wouldn’t go away. So for the ... read more.