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Breastfeeding, Birth, and Beyond!

"If not for Kim I wouldn't be nursing my now 8 month old. I wasn't able to nurse my older daughter due to an undiagnosed tongue and lip tie. She took one look at my then newborn, informed me of the ties, referred me to a doctor, and gave me unlimited support afterwards until we were successfully and happily nursing. She has continued to help me resolve personal, maternal, and parenting issues in a way I never knew was possible. To say that helping others is a passion of Kim's is an understatement. She is a wealth of knowledge and is excellent at what she does. I couldn't ask for better support than she has given me!" ~Kristin Sumpter

“After giving birth in a hospital, I thought about the possibility of having a homebirth for our next child. The hospital experience wasn’t terrible—I just knew it could be better. Nathan was born on our living room floor on a mild December afternoon in 2010. I had started having mild menstrual-like contractions—no big deal—and wondered if this was the day. I called Kim who had agreed to attend the birth to let her know what was going on. Kim came over around noon. It was not a super cold day, but for some reason I was freezing! When she arrived I was feeling pretty emotional and crying. As I sat in front of the heating vent wrapped in blankets, shivering, she and I talked and she heated up one of those aromatherapy neck wraps for me. She presented me with a mural that she had painted with Psalm 46, which had a lot of meaning for me for this pregnancy and birth. In between contractions the conversation was light and stress free with even a little joking around. It was great to have Kim there since she is a good friend and knows what it is like to give birth. She also brought humor to the environment which helped relax me. During contractions all fell silent and everyone was respectful of the quiet I needed to get through it. Being in the comfort of my own home enabled me to have the better, sweeter birth experience I wanted.” ~Abi Schoonover on birth number 2 *Click on Abi's photo to visit her full blog and hear more!

"When I asked Kim to help with breastfeeding I was pretty much at my wits end. I came in contact with Kim through a motherhood matters group and am so thankful for it! My second child was having major latch issues and I was trying everything I knew to get her to latch well but no luck. I called Kim up and she came to my home and looked at all the possible things that could have been going on. As soon as she got to my home I felt relieved. She was there for me as I cried and laughed at my crying. She helped me find comfort even when I was in so much pain. Her energy is just so light and so cheerful. I was still having issues with breastfeeding so I met with Kim a few times and she recommended I see a lip and tongue specialist to see if my daughter had a lip/tongue tie, sure enough she had both. She talked me through what I was going to feel when I was at the doctors while my little 1 week old was getting her lip and tounge released it was difficult to go through but afterwards I met with Kim and she showed me how to care for my daughter and showed me different way to be comfortable while breastfeeding. Kim has been such an encouraging woman to me as I continue on in this journey with my daughter, I know if I didn't have Kim I wouldn't be breastfeeding my little Evelyn now. So if you are thinking of giving up dont! Contact Kimberly! She's caring,funny and knows what she's talking about!" ~Stephanie Knickerbocker

"I have a lot of respect for and trust in Kimberly. With that said, I decided to ask her to accompany me at the hospital when I was to give birth to my second child. I had a couple concerns and changes that I wanted to make in my birth experience this time around. With my first, I never had that talked about urge to push my baby out. It felt very forced and seemed to be quite long and drawn out. My mom also had the experience of not having this urge so I believed it was inevitable for me. Kimberly assured me that according to the “sphincter law”, this should not be the case for me. I trusted her and I was excited to see if she was right! She also gave me great advice as I prepared for the big event to make it a time of worship…. Peaceful and calm. On April 9th, I let Kimberly know at 4:15pm that I was having contractions. At 5:15, I told her they were 3 min apart and by 6:20, she was asking where I was as she beat me to the hospital! It was so nice to have her waiting on me in the waiting room with a wheelchair (while hubby was parking the car and getting all my things up to the room). Kimberly was such a good sport with how particular I was about setting up. I had a large assortment of essential oils that I needed either in the diffuser, in spray bottles or on different areas of my body. She followed my directions perfectly all while coming to my side as each contraction started just to rub my back and remind me to relax my face, shoulders, arms and even hands. She would gently unclasp my hands, which I loved. She never spoke unless it was to clarify what it was that I needed and quietly reminded others to be respectful of the stillness as well. We moved into the water preparing for a water birth. Kim never left my side. When my son decided to push his way out {YEP! I GOT THE URGE TO PUSH!}, my midwife was not present. Praise God Kimberly was there and was not afraid to be hands on. My son’s head was half out and my contraction ended. She held his head in as best she could to keep me from tearing. Thank you for faithfully being there every step along the way! I had the best labor and delivery {and baby!} I could have every asked for! Your continued support with breastfeeding issues and teaching me how to hold him in a wrap was amazing as well!" ~Lydia Reichelt

~Lynne Johnston

“In the 39th week of pregnancy, the baby was scooting her head down much lower than I had ever felt and it was ever so slightly uncomfortable. After lunch I napped with Nathan from ~1:30 until ~2:30. When I got up, I noticed low “tightenings,” a more intense feeling than what I had felt in the morning. I made a couple phone calls to Jeff, my sister Maggie and Michelle (my midwife). When Kim arrived around 6:40, she came upstairs and gave me a big hug. I started crying (which is what I did when she arrived for Nathan’s birth) and felt this big wave of relief come over me. My birth team was complete and it was time to have a baby! She prayed for me, held my hands as the contractions got more intense, encouraged me, kept the conversation light between contractions, and it was not long before Rue was born at 7:33! I didn’t see it, but everyone else saw Baby Rue reach up her hands to me as she was placed by my side, as if to say, “I’m here! Love me!”” ~Abi Schoonover on birth number 3 *Click on Abi's photo to visit her full blog and hear more!

~Amy Koch

"When I was about 38 weeks pregnant, my baby was in a position that caused my spine to curve painfully to the side. I was in a lot of pain and my doctor wanted to induce. I got in touch with Kim who guided me through my panic in a very loving, encouraging and kind way. She set up a bunch of people to bring meals and treats for my family and me. Kim really cares about the women who come to her for help and she goes out of her way to really take care of us. She came to my house with printouts on how to naturally induce labor, brought all kinds of pampering items and proceeded to soak my feet in a peppermint bath and massage them. She then massaged my spine. She was so loving and brought so much peace. When my son was born, he was tongue tied. I knew he was because my older daughter had been. Not one doctor in the hospital could diagnose him. I called Kim who came to the hospital and was quickly able to tell me, yes he 'appears' tongue tied. But she went beyond that! She taught me how to suck train him so that he could nurse better, she brought me lanolin and many other tools to make my days in the hospital much easier. She helped me find a comfortable position to nurse and taught me ways to hold the baby so that he could only do minimal damage. Before leaving the hospital Kim had given me all the info I needed to have my son's tongue tie revised and over the next few weeks was there for me to talk me down off of many ledges. She takes her care very seriously and doesn't just disappear after the baby is born. She is available any time until we don't need her anymore. Kim is amazing." ~Malina Hebert