It has been said that the day you give birth is just one day in your life. What's the big deal? Well, the big deal is that it is one day in your life that you will remember for the rest of your life. Women swap birth stories with each other... it's what we do! Perfect strangers will share their birth stories because it's where we find common ground. It's part of our life story. The excitement, the disappointment, the triumphs and empowerment, or the hurts and feelings of failure. It is a much more important day than most of us realize at the time. Do yourself a huge favor and, first of all, pray about your upcoming birth. Discuss your desires with your family and significant other. Then, interview several midwives in your area to find the right fit. It may only be one day, but it is one of the most important days of your life. You want someone you trust to journey alongside you as you welcome your sweet little bundle (or bundles!) into the world.
794A Russell Palmer Rd
Kingwood, TX 77339
@ashleyactive 1 month ago
Please take a minute to answer this one question survey about changing the regular meeting time to 11 am to 1 pm. This change was proposed to help those who have school-age children and need time to pick them up from school. It also provides more time to afternoon appointments for those who see clients after…[Read more]
Thank you to those who volunteered to staff the GHMA booth at the BIRTH Fair this year. For your information, the date, location, and volunteer schedule are as follows:
Saturday, October 6, 2018
United Way Center
50 Waugh Dr., Houston, TX
10:30 am to 4 pm
10 am to 12 pm (including booth setup)
1. Melissa Bates
2. Natalie Wommack
11 am to 1…[Read more]
Just wanted to let you know I have uploaded (to the document section here on the website) the PDF of our 5/1/2017 – 4/30/2018 fiscal year financial report.
If you’d like to print a copy for yourself and/or review prior to our Business Meeting on Thursday you are welcome!
As usual, please let me know if you have any questions or…[Read more]
A look at actual compared to budgeted expenses
Here is our most recent financial report that we will review on Thursday.
Hello and Good Afternoon!
It is time to renew our GHMA memberships!
How do you do this?
You have a few options…
1) Renewing online (easy, convenient, won’t get overlooked or misplaced)
Log in to our website (houstonmidwives.org)
*log in with your current username and password to avoid duplicate registrations
Click on the “Re…[Read more]
Please check the GHMA website and let me know if it needs improvements. Under the Members tab there’s a link for Resources. Click on it and there’s a link to the Midwives’ page at TDLR, link to forms, and a link to the new required Informed Choice and Disclosure.
Sherry Rumsey replied to the topic I'm moving to Austin – I wish all of you many blessed births. in the forum General Discussion Group 10 months, 1 week ago
Wishing you all the best in your new adventures, Kim! My daughter may end up at UT-Austin, so I might get a chance to pop in and say, “Hi!”
I have a client looking for Pediatrician referrals on the North side of town. She’s between 249/290 and BW8. They are okay with vaccines, so that is not a huge concern. Ideally she wants someone who won’t give her grief about a home birth.
Thank you in advance for your time and thoughts!
Please join us and come see our awesome speaker!
TOMORROW, November 9th 2017
***LOCATION: Alice McKean Library 5107 Griggs Road Houston, TX 77021***
Prevention and Treatment of Diastasis Recti
Diastasis Recti is a growing concern for prenatal and postpartum women. In this informative session with Courtney Wyckoff, founder of MommaStrong.com,…[Read more]
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