The Birth House

The Birth House Providing evidence based care for pregnancy, birth, and postpartum, personalized for you and your fa

Kristy Hammack is a Texas Licensed Midwife and Certified Professional Midwife, offering complete care for pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. You can choose between having your baby in the comfort and privacy of your own home, or in the brand new Dallas Birth Center, just minutes from Baylor Hospital.

**All client photos shared on this page are with permission**

Some kind words from a client."Kristy was the perfect midwife. Knowledgeable, patient, reassuring, competent, compassion...
05/17/2022

Some kind words from a client.

"Kristy was the perfect midwife. Knowledgeable, patient, reassuring, competent, compassionate, and honest! I'm the kind of person who wants all the information even if it's ugly so I can make my best informed decision. Kristy always gave me all the details on whatever topic was up for decision. The risks and the benefits; everything! It's rare for me to find a medical professional who can be honest, competent, AND pleasant to work with but Kristy is all three. She knows her stuff and i felt completely at ease with her attending my home birth. I love that she keeps up with the latest research instead of using decade old information like some obgyns. I had a traumatic first birth with murky information and so was extra anxious about certain risk factors but Kristy guided me through the whole thing. With her guidance and support I had a quick, unmedicated, and manageable labor this time and gave birth to a healthy baby girl within the comfort of my home!

She also clearly loves babies and kids. I interviewed another midwife and what made me pick Kristy was her full support of me having my toddler present at the birth. He ended up not wanting to be in the room but I loved that she was on board with him being there. The other midwife wasn't too thrilled with that idea.

Kristy was extremely easy to reach any time i had any questions. I was sick at some point during the pregnancy and she fully encouraged me to call her day or night. She gave me so much emotional support throughout the whole ordeal and throughout my entire pregnancy. She's simply amazing.

Use Kristy, you won't regret it!"

Thank you for your kind words, Christine!

The best things in life are worth the wait. Baby Ford had us in the palm of his itty bitty hand while his parents and I ...
05/16/2022

The best things in life are worth the wait. Baby Ford had us in the palm of his itty bitty hand while his parents and I waited for labor to start. We now know he was waiting for the biggest birthday because he made his grand entrance on 5/5/22, AKA Cinco de Mayo! Extra special day as it is also International Day of the Midwife and I got to spend Midwife's Day in the best way, greeting a baby.

Parents Kenzie and Alec were an amazing team and it was a joy to watch their family grow by a whopping 10 lbs 1 oz! Congratulations, Kenzie and Alec! Welcome, Ford! The world is sweeter with you in it.

Quick dinner after a long birth.
05/12/2022

Quick dinner after a long birth.

"The greatest joy is to become a mother; the second greatest is to be a midwife." -Norwegian ProverbCelebrating my 27th ...
05/08/2022

"The greatest joy is to become a mother; the second greatest is to be a midwife." -Norwegian Proverb

Celebrating my 27th Mother's Day today with my now grown children, remembering the day our family became complete.

To all the Mother's out there, celebrating your first or celebrating your 50th, Happy Mother's Day. Thank you for all that you do, from the big moments to the small.

It's the first day of Mental Health Awareness Month and also World Laughter Day!Did you know laughter is good for your h...
05/01/2022

It's the first day of Mental Health Awareness Month and also World Laughter Day!

Did you know laughter is good for your health? In addition to boosting your mood and lowering your stress, laughing decreases pain, boosts your immunity, prevents heart disease, and (my obvious favorite) increases your chance of getting pregnant!

What's your favorite joke/comedy? Show some love and share your favorite way to laugh!

Life is in the little things. What's one wonderful thing that you've gotten so used to that you've stopped really seeing...
04/27/2022

Life is in the little things. What's one wonderful thing that you've gotten so used to that you've stopped really seeing it?

"When will my baby come?" "What will my birth be like?"There is so much uncertainty around pregnancy and birth (and with...
04/26/2022

"When will my baby come?"
"What will my birth be like?"

There is so much uncertainty around pregnancy and birth (and with parenting for that matter). Being able to let go of expectations and embrace uncertainty about a major life event can be a challenge. But it's also a great life lesson - being able to go with the flow, be in the moment, adapt, and knowing that you can handle whatever comes your way is the first step in successful parenting. Embrace the uncertainty and trust that life is taking you exactly where you need to be.

Water birth kits packed and ready to go to some homebirth families!
04/23/2022

Water birth kits packed and ready to go to some homebirth families!

04/23/2022

Reading is a superpower. Reading provides you with increased cognitive function, greater empathy, improves your sleep, and decreases stress levels and blood pressure. Whether you read for fun or for education, you are improving your life every time you pick up a book.

Reading to your children has benefits for both of you - listening to stories improves your child's language, empathy towards others, attention span, vocabulary, increases bonding, and more! And those benefits begin at birth.

Some of my favorite memories of motherhood revolve around books and stories I've shared with my children. Do you have a favorite book you've read yourself, or read with your child?

Giving birth may be one of the toughest things you will ever do, but you are more than capable. It's not uncommon for fa...
04/20/2022

Giving birth may be one of the toughest things you will ever do, but you are more than capable.

It's not uncommon for families to worry about the pain of childbirth. We have been taught that giving birth is a terrible experience, that it's painful and scary. Pain is an alert system for our body to tell us when something is wrong, so of course our impulse is to avoid it!

But physiological birth isn't like that. It's hard work; it takes focus and determination and strength. You can work with your body, the contractions coming and going and giving you breathing space and rest in between. It doesn't have to be frightening or something you try to survive - it can be an opportunity to see how strong you are, and the amazing things your body can do.

I won't tell you labor will be easy. But I will remind you that you can do it - you have everything you need within yourself.

We live in the future! Gone are the days of waiting until your mid pregnancy sonogram to find out if you're having a boy...
04/18/2022

We live in the future! Gone are the days of waiting until your mid pregnancy sonogram to find out if you're having a boy or girl. Sneak Peek testing can now be done as early as 6 weeks! That's practically when you take your pregnancy test. Most results back the next day.

Call or text to schedule!

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Midwife Mania! This morning Baylor University Medical Center hosted midwives from around the metroplex for fellowship, t...
04/07/2022

Midwife Mania! This morning Baylor University Medical Center hosted midwives from around the metroplex for fellowship, team building, and to discuss ways we can offer families the best support and care, whether at home, birth center, or hospital.

I always love and appreciate the opportunity to spend time with other family centered care providers. This work that we do is so special and unique, serving families in the making of some of their best memories.

Well, we made it! New year, new opportunities, new intentions. As Anne Dillard said, "How we live our days is how we liv...
01/01/2022

Well, we made it! New year, new opportunities, new intentions.

As Anne Dillard said, "How we live our days is how we live our lives." This year, I want to really think about the little moments, the little beats of our lives. I know New Years is a time where people think big picture - a chance to make a resolution and big plan for the whole year, but I'm skipping that. I'm thinking about my days. I'm thinking about all the little choices we make and our smallest preferences because those are the things that make our lives.

Happy New Year, and - and I mean this from the very bottom of my heart - have a wonderful day.

Voting is open for Mom Approved Midwife. If you are a current or former client of mine, I would appreciate your nominati...
11/04/2021

Voting is open for Mom Approved Midwife. If you are a current or former client of mine, I would appreciate your nomination! ❤️

Tell us about the OB-GYNs, midwives and fertility specialists you would recommend to other moms, in honor of the women's health care providers who have made a difference in your personal health and wellness. Plus, by nominating an OB-GYN, midwife or fertility specialist today, you'll be entered into...

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08/16/2021

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That feeling when one of your own catches is used in a breech birth teaching course. 😊😊😊
07/30/2021

That feeling when one of your own catches is used in a breech birth teaching course. 😊😊😊

I absolutely love my postpartum home visits, where mom and baby are unwinding in their own space. There's no rushing to ...
07/07/2021

I absolutely love my postpartum home visits, where mom and baby are unwinding in their own space. There's no rushing to get ready or dealing with the car seat, just a relaxed day visiting with the midwife. And little Miss Catalina is a pro at relaxing!

07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day! I started America's birthday by greeting one its newest birthday buddies. How are you celebrating?

06/20/2021

Happy Father's Day to all the hip squeezing, back rubbing, baby rocking, snack making, all around loving and involved fathers out there. Enjoy your day!

06/20/2021

Juneteenth is now officially a holiday. I think this is great and long overdue, even if the history behind it is a dark one. In the US, we have two independence days - the day we declared independence from England and freedom for some, and the day freedom reached everyone. As Martin Luther King said, "Nobody's free until everyone's free." America was not the land of the free until the end of chattel slavery in 1866. Let's celebrate the day but never forget that it was needed in the first place. In that remembering, we hold ourselves accountable to justice and equality, to never allowing ourselves or eachother to see our fellow humans as lesser, or unworthy of basic human rights.

This is also a good time to remember that black women are still experiencing disparities in healthcare and face higher rates of infant and maternal morbidity and mortality in childbirth. I remain committed to doing what I can to closing that gap. ♥️

“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” —Dr. SeussT...
06/16/2021

“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” —Dr. Seuss

To all my colorful families, Happy Pride Month. I see you, I love you, I welcome you. Love is love is love is love.

Today is International Homebirth Day and I celebrated in the most perfect way - assisting  at a homebirth! For some fami...
06/07/2021

Today is International Homebirth Day and I celebrated in the most perfect way - assisting at a homebirth!

For some families, home is the place to be. I'm so happy to be able to offer both home and birth center options for my clients.

One of my favorite things about homebirth is after the baby is born, and all the checkups have been done, the family gets to tuck right into bed and take a nap as the midwives take their leave.

What do you love about homebirth?

What midwifery looks like. This mama is doing a timed lab test at the birth center. No sitting at the lab or in a cold, ...
06/04/2021

What midwifery looks like. This mama is doing a timed lab test at the birth center. No sitting at the lab or in a cold, clinical room waiting for a tech. After visiting with her midwife, she gets to have some quiet time to herself and catch up on her reading.

  to when this first time mom rocked her labor and gave birth to her 7lb10oz King in her own way, on her own terms. Wond...
06/03/2021

to when this first time mom rocked her labor and gave birth to her 7lb10oz King in her own way, on her own terms. Wonderful birth and one of my favorite birth pictures. ❤️

Littlest brother Kyrin is much beloved, especially by his big brother and sister. He was born peacefully into his mother...
05/27/2021

Littlest brother Kyrin is much beloved, especially by his big brother and sister. He was born peacefully into his mother's waiting hands at The Birth House, while his midwife watched from the sidelines, hands ready but unneeded. So many congratulations to his mother Treshawn, who knew what she needed when she needed it and birthed her 9lb 4oz baby in the water on her own terms. Thank you for choosing me as your midwife, and my birth center as the place to meet your baby. You are amazing, full of a calm strength I know will continue to bless your family for years to come.

As always, thank you to for coming to assist!

Much love for this family, who welcomed their second boy with me at the end of April. Parents Jillian and Kevin are some...
05/10/2021

Much love for this family, who welcomed their second boy with me at the end of April. Parents Jillian and Kevin are some of my favorite people, and being chosen to watch their family grow again was an honor.

It's a joy getting to know a baby as they grow and develop. I was especially excited to see what Elliott would be like in person since he seemed to have such a fiesty personality during prenatal appointments, and he has not disappointed!

Congratulations, Kevin and Jillian! Elliott is very lucky to join his big siblings in a family full of love and gentle parenting. Thank you for going on this journey with me again.

It's International Midwives' Day and what better way to spend it than at The Birth House, checking on growing babies? Th...
05/05/2021

It's International Midwives' Day and what better way to spend it than at The Birth House, checking on growing babies? This year's theme is Follow the Data: Invest in Midwives and as Birth House families can tell you, I love following the data.

What does research tell us about midwifery care? Utilizing midwives in both community and hospital settings improves health outcomes, strengthens health care systems, and saves lives. The evidence shows that not only do midwives have great outcomes (less preterm births, higher APGARs, lower cesarean section rates, decreased rate of low birth weight - I could go on and on!) but they are cost effective options at a time when people are struggling with basic healthcare costs. It's not just low risk families that benefit, either - when more low-risk and healthy parents expecting healthy babies use midwives, it creates space for more personalized care for higher risk families using higher level care teams. Everyone wins when midwives are well integrated into the health care system.

So how do we invest in Midwives? By training more midwives, supporting midwives in training, engaging in advocacy for choice and freedom in birth, by encouraging other health care providers to collaborate with midwives in a variety of settings, and by putting more funding into providing midwifery care to low resource areas.

Did you have a good experience with a midwife? Let her know the positive impact she had on you and your family, and feel free to share the story here as well.

There's a cat who likes to hang out on the porch or nap under the back stairs. During the snow, I wondered where he went...
02/26/2021

There's a cat who likes to hang out on the porch or nap under the back stairs. During the snow, I wondered where he went and if he was somewhere warm. Happy to see him come for a visit today. ❤️

The Birth House is tucked in under a blanket of snow and is closed for regular appointments. With a fresh round of snow ...
02/16/2021

The Birth House is tucked in under a blanket of snow and is closed for regular appointments. With a fresh round of snow due tonight, I am hoping babies wait out the rest of the weather before making any more appearances.

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02/14/2021

The weather is perfect for staying home, drinking hot chocolate, and enjoying the company of those you love.

It's February, also known as heart month, thanks to Valentine's Day and heart related causes. The week before Valentine'...
02/13/2021

It's February, also known as heart month, thanks to Valentine's Day and heart related causes. The week before Valentine's Day is Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) week. CHD awareness is a cause near and dear to my heart - no pun intended.
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So what is CHD? It's a structural or functional issue with the heart that is happens as part of baby's development and is therefore present at birth. 1 out if every 100 newborns will be born with CHD and of those babies, 1 in 4 will have a critical heart defect (CCHD) that requires surgery before their first birthday. CHD is the #1 cause of birth defect related deaths. Most of the time, we don't know what causes CHD and only a small number of cases are genetic. This means there is no way of predicting what babies will develop CHD.
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Some cases of CHD can be detected before birth, during a routine sonogram. At The Birth House, families are frequently seen by a Maternal Fetal Medicine Dr, who performs a Level II sonogram. Even still, many cases of CHD won't be detected until after birth, during routine screening. Some cases may not be detected until children are older, or even into adulthood.
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As Birth house families know, it is my practice to perform CCHD screening on all babies within a few days of their birth. This non-invasive screening in quick and easy and is estimated to save 120 lives per year by detecting some of the most critical heart defects.
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To learn more about CHD and CCHD screening, please visit conqueringchd.org
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02/08/2021
I absolutely love when birth pictures come up in my memories. Especially when the picture is of a family dear to me, who...
02/03/2021

I absolutely love when birth pictures come up in my memories. Especially when the picture is of a family dear to me, who I was blessed to know through multiple pregnancies, and who's birthday pictures I just saw on Facebook!

Happy 3rd Birthday, sweet Ava! Here's to many, many more!

And what's their punctuality like now?Or if you haven't had a baby, are you typically early, late or right on time? My b...
02/01/2021

And what's their punctuality like now?

Or if you haven't had a baby, are you typically early, late or right on time?

My babies started perfectly on time but for progressively later. My last baby was the latest and remains the hardest to get out the door on time. My oldest was induced on their due date and can be on time if prodded. My middle was a bit late and usually is where she needs to be when-ish she needs to be. I've always found it fascinating to see how certain traits carry over from before they were born!

The Christmas spirit lingers. Lovely visit with these festive ladies today. I especially love the creative snowman look!
01/28/2021

The Christmas spirit lingers. Lovely visit with these festive ladies today. I especially love the creative snowman look!

Have you heard of Stanisława Leszczyńska? A midwife before WWII, Stanisława was sent to Auschwitz after being caught hel...
01/28/2021

Have you heard of Stanisława Leszczyńska? A midwife before WWII, Stanisława was sent to Auschwitz after being caught helping falsifying papers for Jewish people in her neighborhood. While there, she delivered over 3,000 babies under terrible conditions. While midwives were often ordered to kill babies born under their care, Stanisława steadfastly refused, giving them whatever comfort she could. When some of the babies were sent to families in Germany for adoption, Stanisława would secretly tattoo them for identification later, in hopes they could be reunited with their birth families.

When Auschwitz was liberated, Stanisława was reunited with her children and continued working as a midwife. Shortly before her death, she was reunited with some of the mothers she cared for in the concentration camp, and some of the children she saved.

Stanisława Leszczyńska and the mothers and children she cared for are a testament to the human will. Even under unimaginable circumstances, she did the best she could for those around her and never stopped fighting and working for what was right. May be never forget what happened, may we be inspired by her example, and may we always strive to help those around us, even when it can come at great cost to ourselves.

Second vaccine done! What a relief to know I've done all I can to help stop the spread and protect families, including m...
01/28/2021

Second vaccine done! What a relief to know I've done all I can to help stop the spread and protect families, including my own. Looking forward to the day where we can all breathe a sigh of relief, knowing this time is behind us.

Midwifery isn't all catching babies and rubbing bellies. There's also paperwork... Lots of paperwork. Love having the fe...
01/23/2021

Midwifery isn't all catching babies and rubbing bellies. There's also paperwork... Lots of paperwork. Love having the fellowship of other midwives to study with, review with, discuss practice guidelines, and more. These exceptional ladies keep me at the top of my midwifery game!

Baby girl, what a beautiful day you chose to be born. Not only is your birthday mathematical (my favorite!), but you cam...
01/21/2021

Baby girl, what a beautiful day you chose to be born. Not only is your birthday mathematical (my favorite!), but you came on the day we saw a woman be sworn in to the highest office in US history. You will never know a day that there hasn't been a female vice president. You and all the babies to come after you will see how normal it is to have a woman (and a woman of color at that!) VP.

What a world of opportunity there is before you. Welcome to it.

Today is the day that we honor civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. It has been 52 years since his life was cut...
01/18/2021

Today is the day that we honor civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. It has been 52 years since his life was cut short and yet his words are still relevant today. The fight for civil rights continues. MLK was a man of strength and of conviction - he dedicated his life to a just cause, and he lost his life because of it.

Instrumental in the creation of this holiday was his wife, Coretta Scott King. An activist in her own right, she never stopped fighting for equal rights or for the memory of her husband to be honored.

In honor of both of these icons, let's take a moment today to think on what we can do to continue the fight and bring us closer to true equality and unity in this country. Let's make this more than a day where we share quotes but one of action.

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Did you know that midwifery care is full spectrum care? As a midwife, I offer full care for your pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and newborn. Whether you are wanting a home birth, a birth center birth, or a water birth in either location, I can provide you with evidence based care, personalized for you.

The Birth House is a free standing birth center located in Wylie, Texas, that provides a home like environment for your birth. Whether you have a home or birth center birth, the care provided is the same. Your midwife is with you continuously in active labor, offering you emotional and physical support in addition to monitoring you and your baby’s well being.

You deserve care as unique as your family is. At The Birth House, you are an active participant in decision making and in making a personalized plan of care for your pregnancy and birth. Interested in learning more? Let’s set up a time to meet and get to know one another. **All client photos shared on this page are with permission**


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Sweet Nazeli. Your name means “beautiful”. You are certainly beautiful. ✨

Your parents waited with so much anticipation to learn you are a daughter at your birth!! Your mom and dad have one of the sweetest, beautiful relationships ever. You will be surrounded by love. Happiest of birthdays to you!! ♥️

Birth team:
Midwife: Margie Vaughn Wallis
Assistant Midwife: Kristy Hammack at The Birth House
Students: Neta Tzivoni and Gail Wooster

Happy Birthday Francisco! 💙

Labor- the hard work of accomplishing worthwhile objectives- does not begin to describe the experience your mother had birthing you. And she did it!! Your amazing father, your aunt, and your great aunt were invaluable.… what a team!! ✨

Happiest of birth days Francisco. 💙

Birth team-
Midwife: Margie Vaughn Wallis
Student: Neta Tzivoni
Assistant Midwife: Kristy Hammack at The Birth House
Doula: Cheryl Striegel Walker

Cheers to a Happy Thanksgiving!
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Midwife Cori Lively is thankful for all the hundreds of Barefoot families I have had the honor of serving over the last 15 years, the 51 babies I’ve helped welcome so far in 2021, the final few November & December babies that will wrap up 2021 & our 2022 & beyond babies to come! 👶🏼👶🏾👶🏻👶🏿👶 And super thankful for Midwife Kristy Hammack who assists me at most of my births & invites me to assist at many of her births at The Birth House.
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It’s a Girl! A sweet, tiny, daughter rushed into her mother’s hands in the most beautiful water birth. ✨

This beautiful couple were so well supported by their extended family who not only provided physical and emotional support, they also prayed over the family. It was just extraordinary. Baby Girl E! 💗

Birth team:
Midwife: Margie Vaughn Wallis
Assistant Midwife: Kristy Hammack at The Birth House in Wylie
Assistant Midwife: Elizabeth Aviles
Student: Gail Wooster
Chiropractor: Grounded Wellness
Happy Birthday Oliver! ✨

Your mom brought tears and cheers to the whole birth team when she shouted “I’m so proud of myself” as she lifted you to her chest in the tub.
We are so proud of you too!! You did all the things within your power to have a great birth. And the baby helped by doing his part too. Smoothly. Quickly. Perfectly. ✨

Your older sister was so connected to the process from the beginning. So, seeing her face light up holding her baby brother was such a beautiful treat.
What a beautiful family! ✨

Birth Team:
Midwife: Margie Wallis
Student Midwife: Kourtney McGowan
Assistant Midwife Kristy Hammack The Birth House
Pelvic Floor PT: Cara Hartoon
Chiropractor: Grounded Wellness

Sweet Noah! 💙

I didn’t get to meet you until you were 2-days old. But my dear friend & colleague Cori Lively Barefoot Midwifery saved the day by serving as your midwife. ✨

Your parents are some of my very favorite. Full of joy… easy going… and powerful! I’m so sad I didn’t get to be at your birth, but I’m so happy my dear friends Cori and Kristy The Birth House helped you get the birth you hoped for. 💙

Did you know breech doesn’t automatically mean a cesarean section birth? ✨ Breech birth skills are important! Because some babies, including some of our Barefoot babies, like to back into this world.
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Breech Without Borders travels around the US and other countries teaching vaginal breech birth skills. My midwife friends & I originally took their breech training a couple years ago & yesterday we took their Breech Refresh class & hands-on simulation training.
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Thank you to all the providers who still offer Vaginal Breech Birth & those who teach these important skills.
Cori Lively Frisco Birth Center The Birth House
In our practices, we assist each other. So, when you hire your midwife, you get the benefit of two experienced midwives at your birth.
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I love that I get to assist other midwives, such as Margie at Frisco Birth Center & Kristy at The Birth House in Wylie, with their families and that they assist me with our Barefoot families.
Midwife is from the root words translating to “with women”. The women who live this rewarding and exceptionally challenging career are fierce defenders of the rights and experience of birthing women. Midwives are strong. Passionate. Intuitive. Committed. ✨

I am honored beyond words to work alongside two midwife friends who “get me” and will join me in the journey at every turn. I owe them so much … and all I can give them is my thanks. 💜

This midwife, Barefoot Midwifery Cori Lively dashed to the birth center on only an hour of sleep to make it just in time to help us welcome a sweet girl who was in a huge hurry to be born. Before answering my 4 am call, she had been up nearly all night serving Kristy Hammack at The Birth House Wiley. ✨

This is midwifery. On call. Over tired. And “all in” whether it’s for our “sister midwives” or our soon-to-be-mommas. 💜

There are no words for how inspired, humbled and grateful I am to Cori and Kristy for their commitment and willingness to serve. I love you both. ✨

Pure joy. 💕 Welcome baby Tobias! 💕 Your birth was everything your mama dreamed of & worked so hard for. And what an honor to be this family’s midwife for all four of their children.
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Midwife Cori Lively of Barefoot Midwifery
Assistant Midwife Kristy Hammack of The Birth House
Doula Delilah Ray of Cherish Birth
Chiropractor: Bree Katz of Uprise Chiropractic, PLLC
Pelvic Floor PT: Becky Allen of Genesis PT & Wellness, PLLC
Birth photographer: Kathryn Johnson of Kathryn J Birth Stories
Midwife Cori Lively had a busy night! One Barefoot Baby with Midwife Kristy Hammack of The Birth House assisting & after a nap, I was invited to assist Midwife Teri Mitchell of BundleBorn Midwifery. Welcome babies!
Who knows where Midwife Kristy Hammack of The Birth House & Midwife Cori stopped for breakfast after an early labor check this morning?