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50 questions to ask your midwife during your consultation

Free Customizable Birth Plan


Dr. Tim at modern pediatrics - ALL home visits. Wonderful doc!

Southern direct primary care - Smithville - does not accept insurance but is well worth the cost because of how great the care is.


Oak Hill Wellness Clinic - Does not accept insurance

Elgin Pediatrics - Accepts insurance

Austin Integrative Pediatrics - Does not accept insurance

Kangos Pediatrics

Counsiling and postpartum resources

Postpartum Health Alliance of texas:

Private professional counseling by Molly Crenshaw.  512-864-4216.

Kelli Foulkrod -

Loss support -


Adjust Chiropractic - Bastrop

Inner sun chiropractic - Central Austin

Purelight chiropractic - south Austin


Helpful Supplements:

  • Irish sea moss - Multi-mineral (in our opinion a multi-mineral is the most important during preg)

  • Prenatal vitamins: Needed, Garden of Life, Thorne, Pink Stork. Look for folate vs. folic acid. 

  • Magnesium Oil

  • Herblore - pregnany liver tonic

Natural Childbirth Classes:​

Books to Check Out:​

Parents Groups:

- Partners in Parenting

- Austin Mothers of Multiples

- Your single parenting

- Austin Moms Network

- Austin Homeschoolers

- Austin Unschoolers

- Austin Free Forest School


-Light Family Acupuncture - Dedicated to family health with acupuncture, nutrition, herbal medicine and Asian bodywork

-Austin Acupuncture Clinic - Will see clients once/twice for free to use as teaching purposes

- Sage Acupuncture - Specializes in fertility and reproductive disorders













Essential Oils:

- Peppermint Essential Oil- You can smell peppermint essential oil to ease nausea during labor. This oil is also incredibly helpful to use if you have back labor. Just massage on your lower back diluted.

- Lavender Essential Oil- Lavender is a very versatile essential oil you can use all throughout your labor to promote relaxation and ease muscle tension

- Frankincense Essential Oil- Use it to calm your emotions by inhaling the aroma

- Clary Sage Essential Oil- It encourages more effective contractions. You can also try this as a natural way to encourage labor.

- Myrrh Essential Oil- Inhaling the aroma of myrrh can also encourage the progression of natural labor.

- Rose Essential Oil- Rose essential oil for labor is relaxing and helps soften ligaments. I really like this smell (even if used in the cheaper Rose Water, Because it reminds women of the smell of romance)

- Jasmine Essential Oil- Jasmine evokes feelings of joy, peace, and self-confidence

- Helichrysum Essential Oil- Helichrysum essential oil is great to use on your perineum during delivery to increase skin elasticity. You can just use a small amount of helichrysum with a carrier oil and rub it on. This is great to use in combination with a ginger compress on your perineum.

- Black Pepper - a MUST have in case of back labor.

- Ylang Ylang - Can help advance labor 


These can be purchased in town or online.

I recommend buying them from

or in town at Garden of the Ancients -  4800 E Yager Ln, Manor, TX 78653

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