Let It Be

The intention of my practice is to provide women the opportunity to discover the strength they contain within themselves to birth uninhibited and unaltered, with the least amount of intervention possible.  My passion as a woman, mother and midwife is to assist women in reclaiming the wonder and joy that are inherent in birthing new life into their own hands.

I believe that women are strong and contain the unique ability to bring forth life into this world.  Birth is the most mysterious, miraculous, and transformative time in a woman’s life.  Every woman deserves the opportunity to move through their own experience, at their own pace, without judgment or obligation.  Birth imprints itself in the lives of the mother, the baby, and the family.  A joyful birth empowers the mother, welcomes the newborn into a peaceful and loving environment and helps to bond a family.

In traditional midwifery, the midwife is present to offer information and care for the mother and baby as a whole.  This care is provided in a manner that specifically respects the connection and needs of mother and baby to remain together during the highly sensitized postpartum period.  Newborn exams are done in mother’s arms, weight and measurements are delayed.  Mother and baby are honored as a whole with general avoidance of needless separation.  Nothing is more touching than the sight of an undisturbed mother and baby embracing each other in a postpartum circle of love, with their innate needs being fulfilled.

“There is power that comes to women when they give birth. They don’t ask for it, it simply invades them.  Accumulates like clouds on the horizon and passes through, carrying the child with it.” — Sheryl Feldman


4 Responses to Let It Be

  1. ConnieLeblanc says:

    Hey, I’am Connie and I ‘am 35 years old and very blessed to be pregnant. I have two beautiful daughters they are 12 and 13years old. I ‘am very interested in enjoying the beauty of natural child birth. I would like some more info and become more familiar with journey!

  2. Leslie Camus says:

    Hello! I am around 8 weeks pregnant with my first child. I would love to meet you. I am interested in a home birth and have some questions. Please let me know your availability. Thank you very much!

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