A Midwife is someone who will be by your side at all times during the birthing process.

They become an integral part of your family and friends and are there to help, guide and support you up until six weeks after the birth of your new baby.

Midwives First are there for you, whenever you need them.

Call us for a bulk billed consultation to see if we are right for you and your family.

Powerful image... women don't fail at breastfeeding, society fails women 😒 ... See MoreSee Less

WOW The power of this image almost made my knees buckle. During my feeding journey the pressure I felt by family and friends to feed my children artificial milk due to the normalisation of artificial milk in today's society was crippling. When I look at this image I am reminded of the pressure I felt to use artificial milk when all I wanted to do was breastfeed. Every time I struggled artificial milk was suggested instead of support to help me meet my goals. Society's conditioning is failing breastfeeding mothers and babies all over the world! I hope one day I will see this change before my children have to go through the same thing. How many of us felt like the woman in this image? Artist Typhaine Le Gallo This is the original caption with this photo from the artist's Instagram page (@typhainelegallo) "Conceptual Illustration based on an article from The New York Times: "Working to Close the Breast-Feeding Gap (color inks and watercolor pencils) Despite decades of the β€œbreast is best” message, African-American women often are not encouraged to nurse as much as white women. The newborns of African-American women are nine times more likely than the babies of white mothers to be given formula in hospitals. One of the reasons is because the hospitals serving lower-income populations often rely on formula companies for financial support and lactation consultants are seen as supplemental, not essential."

The real babymoon!!! Let's make it our mission to care for women after they have had a baby! Don't take them another onsie or teddy for their baby... bring healthy easy to eat food, do the dishes or their washing!!! It will fill their heart for a long time & make their life easier! ... See MoreSee Less

#postpartumgoals right? Moms don't need another baby blanket or onesie or someone to come over and be entertained. They need to be in bed, with baby, and nourishing food. Not worrying about the laundry, making dinner, work, entertaining guests, etc. Many people call the trip they take during pregnancy their "baby moon." Actually, the baby moon refers to the early postpartum time of lying in. How can you plan for your postpartum baby moon? Taking time in bed to recover after giving birth (no matter what type of birth you had and no matter how easy or difficult it was) can have a profound positive effect on long-term healing and recovery. #netflixandababy #motherthemother #babymoon #showthisphototoyourpartnersotheyknowwhatyouwant Thank you to Eden Grinshpan for giving us permission to share this amazing photo!! Join our FB group for all things prenatal/postpartum One Strong Mama

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30 Little Things That Mean a Lot to Kids β€” FULL LIST: www.parents.com/parenting/better-parenting/positive/30-little-things-that-mean-a-lot-to-kids/ While these gestures may seem trivial to adults, they go a long way with your little ones. Here are a few easy tricks to make your child smile.

Anyone here have a unicorn baby??? Not me πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ πŸ’œ April ... See MoreSee Less

πŸ’œ be kind to yourself! ... See MoreSee Less

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