Personal attention.

Warm, compassionate care.

Watchful eyes, listening ears, and a soothing touch.

Connection.

These are just a few of the reasons why women choose homebirth with a midwife.

 

I am Paula Ross, RN, IBCLC, and apprentice midwife with Deb Phillips, CPM, LLM.  After  many years of caring for new families in a hospital setting, I am honored to offer home birth services and lactation support with a warm touch to families in central and south Arkansas. 

 

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From the dawn of civilization  until recent history, most births were attended by midwives. If you are healthy and your pregnancy is low-risk, you have the option of giving birth in the comfort and convenience of your own home with the continuous support of loving midwives you've come to know personally and trust.

How do you envision feeding your baby? Do you have specific goals or do you want to go with the flow? Is there anything that causes you to feel stressed? As your International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, I am here to listen, to answer your questions, and to assist you in reaching your own breastfeeding goals. 

Placenta encapsulation is gaining popularity, as more women are reporting an increase in energy and boost in mood from taking placenta capsules.

Rest assured your placenta will be processed professionally, adhering to the highest safety and quality standards!

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From childbirth to breastfeeding to newborn care, you can expect factual, evidence-based answers to all your questions.

Childbirth preparation, breastfeeding, and newborn care classes are held locally in downtown Sheridan, AR.

Sign up for a class today!

Doulas provide continuous physical and emotional support and comfort for you and your partner during the birth process, They are experts on birth options and can provide you with all the information you need to make informed choices. Whether you are planning a home or hospital birth, medicated or unmedicated, VBAC or planned cesarean, you want a doula on your birth team!

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Help For Pregnancy Nausea

 

Pregnancy nausea commonly begins around the 6th week of pregnancy and commonly resolves around 12 weeks. Sometimes referred to as "morning sickness," pregnancy nausea is not limited to mornings! And although most nausea has improved or dissipated by the second trimester, some women feel nauseated their entire pregnancy. The nausea may disappear in the second trimester and return again in the third trimester. Nausea may or may not be accompanied by vomiting. For some, it's a minor annoyance, and for some, it can be debilitating.

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Sheridan and North Little Rock, Arkansas
Phone: 1-501-436-8525
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