For many parents, especially those preparing for their first baby, selecting a car seat can feel
daunting. It’s understandable and normal to need help with this process. In this blog, we’ll
explore frequently asked questions about car seats and offer some tips for picking the right car
seat for your family.
Though my Roots baby came in 2022, my story starts years earlier. I decided to pursue
out-of-hospital birth and midwifery care after reflecting on the birth of my first son, who was born
in a hospital.
At Roots Community Birth Center, we want you to have a positive and supportive birth experience. That’s why we encourage our birthing parents to have a doula present for the birth of their child. You might be wondering, “What is a birth doula?” or “What does a doula do or not do?” In this blog, we’ll explore a birth doula’s role and answer your questions about doulas in Minneapolis. Let’s dive in!
March 23, 2023
The Birth of Emory Elle
March 2, 2023
As we settle into a new year, we always like to reflect on the previous year, though not
necessarily to make resolutions. Rather, we prefer to examine the areas where we grew
and how we can continue serving our community, while also exploring aspects of our
birth center and growing family practice that need refining.
The Birth of Sage
February 13, 2023
When you come to Roots for your primary care, you’ll see that our practitioners are kind and gentle.
Taking prenatal classes builds your knowledge and your confidence in your body’s ability to do the work of labor and birth.
December 5, 2022
As with all of your care at Roots, we are happy to discuss the benefits and risks of baby care decisions, and we leave it to you to make an informed choice.
For anyone who is considering prenatal care and birth with Roots, do it! It’s amazing the amount of support I had. I have the highest regard for the Roots team.
July 13, 2022
Before contractions started, I wondered, “How is labor going to be?” It can be different every time, and I knew I’d need to stay strong and focused. I surprised myself with how I was able to breathe and handle labor.