1. Tips For First-Time Mothers From Your Local Midwife Clinic

    We just couldn’t squeeze all the things we wanted to say about being a first-time mother and how to handle this brand new world in our last post (and the one before that, for that matter), so we decided to turn this into an informal series dedicated to offering up some tips for first-time mothers.…Read More

  2. Tips For Expecting Mothers From Your Local Prenatal Clinic

    In our previous post, “How To Be A Good Mom,” we offered our readers a few tips of the trade, so to speak, with regards to the best ways to be a mother. Not to oversimplify, but our main point was that you already have all the resources you need to be a great mother. Given the fact that you have…Read More

  3. Why Choose Deanna D Midwifery

    Why Choose Deanna D. Midwifery As Your Prenatal Care Clinic?

    Welcome to Deanna D. Midwifery, where we offer care for women of all ages in Kennewick, Richland, Pasco, and beyond the Tri-Cities area. As the Top Rated Local® WHNP in the region, Deanna D. has a passion for extending her midwife services beyond what people normally think of. Not only is Deanna D.…Read More

  4. How To Be A Good Mom

    We talked about this and that over the past year or so’s worth of posts. We’ve offered tips about how to deal, neigh, thrive during pregnancy. We have taken a good hard look at the history of midwifery — stemming from its ancient Egyptian and Grecian roots through the Middle Ages, making its w…Read More

  5. About American Midwifery And How We Fit In At Deanna D., Part 2

    Work for children should begin before they are born...These are the formative years, whether for their bodies, their minds or their loving hearts.” - Mary Breckinridge Here at Deanna D Midwifery of the Tri-Cities, one of our favorite historical figures has to be Mary Carson Breckinridge. Born in 1…Read More

  6. About American Midwifery And How We Fit In At Deanna D., Part One

    In our last two posts, The History Of Modern Midwifery, Part One and Part Two, we did what most people would guess we would do if they were to infer a topic from the title — we talked about the history of modern midwifery. Before that, we took a look at ancient and medieval midwifery along with a…Read More

  7. The History Of Modern Midwifery, Part Two

    Welcome to our final post in our two-part series on the history modern midwifery. Like we mentioned in the first post, we wrote a piece on the ancient history of midwifery a few months back. That piece isn’t a part of this series, but it did inspire us to take a look at more modern developments in…Read More

  8. The History Of Modern Midwifery, Part One

    While this technically isn’t a series on the history of midwifery, in a previous post we examined the ancient history of midwifery as it relates to the wellbeing of women and newborn babies. The tradition can be traced back to times long ago -- as early as Ancient Egypt in fact. Yet early versions…Read More

  9. Tips For Decorating Your Baby Room

    In our last post, we offered up some *hopefully* helpful tips related to keeping your baby’s room safe. Some common threads we can briefly remind you of include finding wallpaper, carpeting, and paint that emit low VOC, or volatile organic compounds, levels. Other tips included being meticulous ab…Read More

  10. Safety Tips For Your Nursery

    Here at Deanna D. Midwifery of the Tri-Cities (that’s Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco - for the uninitiated), we believe in a mother’s right to choose holistic midwife services among her prenatal care options. Midwifery is exactly that kind of approach, and it’s been around in some form far lon…Read More