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“When our sweet boy arrived, his feet sure were crooked but so very beautiful…” – a look at club feet from a mother’s perspective

Finding Out “When we found out we were pregnant with our second child, Norah was only 11 months old. I was pretty shocked that I was pregnant again so quickly, considering it took us two years to get pregnant with Norah, but I knew God […]

Megan-Joy

“It all began the evening of June 2nd. The contractions I’d been having for days suddenly grew closer together and stronger. About 4 or 5 minutes apart. After Andreas went to sleep, Toby and I laid in bed together, timing contractions and wondering. Wondering if […]

Brandi F.

    “I had a wonderful experience with the birth of my third child. My two prior birth were with midwives, however, in the hospital setting, which was nothing like the birth of Gracie. My disappoint with the hospital experience and the clinical setting in […]

Why Everyone Should Know About Delayed Cord Clamping

Busted: 6 Myths About Midwives

Busted: 6 Myths About Midwives   Myth number 1: Birth with a midwife is not safe Fact: Years of research has shown that for low risk women, birth with a midwife is as safe, and often safer, than birth with a physician. Delivering with a […]

New Satellite Office

In August of 2015,  Community Midwifery launched a NW OKC satellite office location. We have been excited to see how many of our families have found it to be a convenient option, while still enjoying a full rage midwifery services. Oklahoma City prenatal and postpartum […]

Your Baby is What You Eat

Better nutrition equals a healthier child overall – not only in infancy but also later on in life. You are only pregnant with this child once, and you only have one chance to control the formation of your baby’s body. You give your baby the building blocks with which […]

A mother’s story of her daughters Eczema solution

Andrea Klopf, RN BSN Is it gone for good? Is she cured? We sure hope so! My tough toddler has battled eczema for her first 21 months of life. She was born with a dime sized dry area in the crease of her right ankle. […]

What is HypnoBirthing?

Rhonda Fawks, HypnoBirthing® Childbirth Educator Relaxation is nothing new to childbirth. It is used in practically every method to help mothers during the birthing experience. HypnoBirthing uses this technique as a main focus during childbirth using hypnosis. There is a lot of curiosity about hypnosis […]

The Pap Smear

‘Ri Teref-Ta APRN-CNM, MSN The pap smear is a screening test done during a well woman exam that checks for precancerous or cancerous cells on the cervix. Recently, guidelines have changed about how often a woman should have this screening test. Until the early 2000’s, […]

Do I really need birth classes? I have a midwife!

D’Andra Parsons,  Birth Boot Camp Instructor As Birth Boot Camp instructors, we often hear lots of reasons why couples don’t really think they need a birth class. One of the more common ones for home birth or birth center couples is that they feel confident […]