Every birth journey, no matter how simple or complex, has value. Here are just a few of the powerful, wonderful and unedited stories we are proud to have shared with moms and families.
I just felt very welcome, and I felt really good about having my baby there. It was the right place to go.
She was the picture of peace, and she worked hard to keep herself in that serenity zone.
My goal in choosing a midwife was to ensure that I felt supported and informed, and I certainly did.
The women there made me feel confident and excited about labor and becoming a mother of two.
. This was a healing experience for me after the physical and emotional trauma of my first birth.
Just walking through the doors at Baby and Company feels like you are walking into this secret community that turns out to be a family.
My amazing Baby and Company midwife kept reminding me to let the pain go and take my breaks.
I cannot imagine a more perfect team of nurses and midwives or a more calm and beautiful place to bring a baby into the world.
It all seemed so natural and calm. My husband, son, and I got to spend time together, just the three of us.
I wanted to honor my body and this process and I knew that a birth center birth would allow me to do that.
We welcomed our first child - a son, Leo - in the warm water and into the trustworthy and experienced hands at Baby and Company.
Amy firmly believed that birth is a natural process and wanted as little intervention as possible.
We both had the biggest smiles on our faces, and just laughed about what a crazy experience childbirth is.
I knew my baby would arrive when it was her time, and that I just had to keep doing what I was doing.
My husband was able to take a really active role, which was so important to me.
I had no idea what to expect as a first-time mother, but they prepared us for everything.
The Baby and Company classes had really prepared me for the different stages of labor, so I felt at ease with the whole process.
I felt such a sense of peace, and was confident that this was where I wanted to give birth to my son.