Austin, Texas Doula & Birth Photographer

Sorry about the hiatus while I move over the coming months. I would like to apologize to anyone who has waited longer than customary for me to respond to their inquiries.  I am moving to Austin, April 2014, and will be ready to accept new clients in April 2014. Stay tuned…

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Also, remember for each new referral who signs a contract with me you will receive $50 as my way of saying thank you for supporting small business.

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Grayson’s Arrival | Ceci Jane

A while back I featured a Cici Jane video for sweet little Liam and today I have lost myself on the Cici Jane site engrossed in her awesomeness, and this time I bring you baby Grayson.  I am so obsessed with her work and encourage you to check out her site also. Grayson’s Arrival | Ceci Jane.

 

CASA Midwifery School in Mexico

In this first post, students from CASA, Mexico’s only government-accredited midwifery training program, prepared for a trip to rural villages where they studied with Mayan traditional midwives. At their school in San Miguel de Allende, they practiced giving presentations on women’s health and responding to birth emergencies. And in CASA’s hospital, a local traditional midwife delivered a woman’s fifth baby.

via CASA Midwifery School in Mexico.

Nova’s Birth Story

It’s not quite Birth Story Friday, but this video is worthy of holding the blog down while I am relocating this week. I will be away from my computer from August 15, 2012, until August 20, 2012, so I appologize in advance that my 24 hour turn-around time can not be guaranteed until Monday, August 20, 2012. Congratulations to Lindsay P on her unmedicated VBAC this week. It was such a pleasure to know you throughout your pregnancy and be with you at the very end. I will once again be accepting new clients in Colorado as of September 1, 2012.

Nova’s Birth Story on Vimeo on Vimeo

via Nova’s Birth Story on Vimeo.