After having a truly amazing home birth of a beautiful little girl, I am an advocate for midwifery care and natural childbirth education. Basically, I believe you can take control of your own health and the health of your family. I am not a doctor, just a well read mama who thinks there is a better way. We all want the best for our kids and I believe that good health is your foundation. I am not perfect, nor do I feel one should seek perfection. Simply Betterment.
Natural birth may seem overwhelming. I am here to listen to your fears and desires and together make a birth plan that truly meets your wishes for a comfortable pregnancy, a blissful birth and happier babies. I hope Keeping Birth Weird leads you on an educational journey to your ideal birth, as weird as you want.
I am passionate about teaching people how to safely take control of their health by using essential oils and other natural remedies. Women, babies, and families deserve better health education and better childbirth options than the mainstream is offering.
You can have a comfortable pregnancy, a blissful birth, and happier babies. Let me show you how!
Let’s make your weird birth plan! Home birth, water birth, midwife, doula–it’s pronounced “doo-luh”. How weird do you want to be? Natural birth questions about relieving pain with yoga? How about relieving pregnancy discomforts safely with essential oils? Need help with headaches, sleep or restless leg syndrome? Safely increasing milk production? Do you have weird questions such as: “What the hell is placenta encapsulation?”
We will find your answers.
We will craft your personal plan.
Knowing about birth empowers your birth.
It’s time to take back birth.
It’s time to get weird.
My intent is you find Keeping Birth Weird educational, inspirational, and, of course, weird.
Everything I post is in the spirit of women everywhere having a comfortable pregnancy, a blissful birth and happier babies. You are in control of your health, do what feels right for you and your family.
Rock on mamas.
We love talking about pregnancy, birth and motherhood and support you in Keeping Birth Weird.
Please talk to your care provider when making any decisions about your pregnancy and birth.