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Have you heard about the Body Ready Method exercise program? (Formerly known as One Strong Mama)

It’s a program for pregnancy and postpartum that helps you learn how to move appropriately, exercise correctly, and learn the best steps to help yourself have a comfortable pregnancy, delivery and postpartum. With this program you may be able to avoid many of those common pregnancy aches and pains and the postpartum results such as pelvic floor dysfunction, prolapse and diastasis recti.

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Wildflower Midwifery serves families within 75 miles of Zimmerman Minnesota, including St Cloud, Twin Cities and surrounding areas. I have offices in Buffalo and in Zimmerman. I also offer all-in-home care for those within 40 miles of Zimmerman for an additional fee. Office pictures are on the Contact page

I now offer the Sneak Peek gender test!  A simple blood test after 6 weeks gestation and you will know if its a boy or a girl for just $129. Call or email me to set up an appointment!  Learn more:

Your visits with me are unlike any prenatal visit you would have with a doctor. Our face to face time is 45-60 minutes. Family members are always welcome and soon-to-be big brothers and sisters love to help with appointments and bond with the new baby. Our visits are exactly that; a visit. Time to get to know one another while discussing all your concerns, joys, and plans. Midwifery care is ideal for first time pregnancies as we have the time to talk, plan and give support. My all-in-home option is ideal for families that already have children at home. You do not have to sit in a clinic waiting room or disrupt your other children's schedule for a prenatal visit.

Midwife care really is care with access to your provider. I am available for questions or concerns via text, phone or email during your pregnancy and postpartum.

I believe birth is a sacred process and the less we interfere with that process, the more successful and empowering it can be. You should be excited to share your birth story because you have been an active decision maker through the process. During our first visits we will discuss nutrition, exercise and natural alternatives to ease any pregnancy discomforts. All appointments last about one hour and give us time to discuss not only the clinical aspects of pregnancy and childbirth, but also the emotional ones. Adding a child to your family is much more than lab tests and measuring your growing belly. It's a major change whether its baby number one or number seven. As we get to know each other, we will discuss all aspects of the adjustment to a new baby in the family.

Our visit schedule will be similar to that of an OB/GYN; once a month until 28 weeks, then every two weeks till 36 weeks. Visits will then be weekly until baby arrives. After baby arrives you will have more frequent visits and support than is normal with an OB/GYN. Support in the postpartum is key to avoiding postpartum depression and increases successful breastfeeding rates. Following the birth I will visit your home at 24-48 hours, again at 5-7 days, then office visits take place at 2-3 weeks and finally at 6 weeks. I am also a Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). If your goal is to breastfeed your baby then it is also my goal! Having the same care provider for mom and baby in the postpartum makes a world of difference in successful breastfeeding. 

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Who chooses home birth?

A person who wants to be an active participant, wants to understand what is happening, desires a natural approach, and wants evidence based care. Often a lot of research and study has been done before deciding to have a homebirth.

Is it safe?

Multiple studies have shown that for a normal pregnancy in a healthy woman, home birth has better outcomes and more patient satisfaction than hospital birth. I am licensed in MN and by NARM. I am certified in CPR and NRP (neonatal resuscitation). See the page about homebirth safety for more info.

Is it affordable?

The total cost for midwife care is a fraction of the cost of a doctor and hospital. Many insurance companies will pay a portion of the cost. Some families find that with high deductibles, midwife care costs less than or equal to their out of pocket costs with insurance in a hospital setting.

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I have one spot available for September 15-30due date otherwise,

My practice is full until December 2023 due dates.

 I will still do Sneak Peek testing, placenta encapsulation and lactation consults for the times my birth calendar is full.

Please see MCCPM.ORG for other midwife options

Offering the following services:

Complete Prenatal and Postpartum Care for Mom and Baby (including lab work and ultrasounds)

Home Birth

Water Birth


Vaginal Breech Birth


Sneak Peek test

Lactation Consultation (For non-midwifery clients also)

Placenta Encapsulation

Insurance billing

Payments can be made with:

Cash or Check


HSA/HRA/FSA accounts

Credit Cards

Looking for a local newborn or family photographer?

Try Kali Eden in Big Lake

She does amazing newborn and family photo sessions at her studio or at select locations.

Looking for a childbirth class?  Miranda Sorenson teaches Bradley birth classes virtually and in-person in Princeton MN 

Miranda also offers doula services!

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