We had a great time this year at our annual Brunch. We had fantastic sponsors, yummy food, and gorgeous babies! Thanks to everyone who participated. Especially Linda Roberts for these amazing pics!
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Questions you should consider when choosing your prenatal care and birth attendant. If someone doesn’t know their rates, they either do not want to divulge or don’t care about their outcome statistics. These statistics for Midwife Love reflect the 271 births from 2010-2018. Previously Angela attended 544 births in Miami. Total births attended: 816 What is […]
So happy to announce evening hours are now possible courtesy of Midwife Margo Keane! 3-9pm (last appointment at 8pm). Midwife Angela Love will be maintaining daytime hours of 9-3 weekdays. We also offer telehealth appointments for some issues like depression/anxiety, urine infections, birth control renewal. Starting at $50.
As we just celebrated Thanksgiving yesterday, I find myself grateful for so much in my life. Counting my blessings today. I’m thankful for my strong, healthy children, their loving, attentive father, my local family to break bread with today, my army of supporters/babysitters that allow me to continue my calling, my radiant, powerful birthing clients […]
Midwife Celebrated her 50th birth on the Treasure Coast on June 13, 2012 and awarded 50 Free Pap Smears to the lucky mother. Baby boy Ryker Vickers was born at home to Sheri Dion and weighed 6 pounds. This also marked Angie Love’s 597 birth in her career. Midwife Love relocated this month to 126 […]
Come out for the annual reunion of clients and friends of Midwife Love. Lots of babies, pregnant mommas, their families, and Midwife Angela Love, This is a great time to share birth stories, meet new friends, and admire cute babes. Date: Saturday, April 21, 2012 Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00PM Place: Charles Park, A Covered […]
I know we’re going through some tough times, unemployment, housing crisis, this big recession. When you’re evaluating your birth options and how to pay for them, the question of money does frustrate a lot of people. Back in the day, midwives would work for goats, chickens, or maybe a keg of beer or hunk of […]