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    Certified Nurse Midwife, Kellie Moeller

  • Call Today!
    281-309-8030

    Certified Nurse Midwife, Kellie Moeller

  • Call Today!
    281-309-8030

    Certified Nurse Midwife, Kellie Moeller

  • Call Today!
    281-309-8030

    Certified Nurse Midwife, Kellie Moeller

  • Call Today!
    281-309-8030

    Certified Nurse Midwife, Kellie Moeller

Certified Nurse
Midwife

Kellie MoellerKellie Moeller has been a CNM (Certified Nurse Midwife) since 1989. She has assisted families in both hospital, as a midwife as well as labor and deliver nurse, and in home births. Kellie's passion and experience with Home Birth provides families the education, safety and freedom to have the HomeBirth Experience they expect.

Complimentary
Consultation

Your one hour complimentary consultation allows you time to discuss your desires for prenatal and birth care as well as learn more about Kellie Moeller and the services provided. During this time you will receive a consulting packet which includes safety statistics for home birth, prenatal information, diet sheet, and forms for enrollment with HomeBirth Experience, Inc.

Birth Mom's
Online Store

Birth Moms... Please visit our Online Store where you can order all of the recommended birth supplies in one place as well as order prenatal vitamins, books and DVDs. We offer items like this for our expecting mom's. Lansinoh HPA Lanolin, the leading product in its category, soothes, heals and protects sore cracked nipples. It is the only topical nipple cream endorsed in the US.

Welcome to HomeBirth Experience

HomeBirth Experience Inc. is where women and their families can find answers. HomeBirth Experience brings the safe natural experience of home birth back to the family where it belongs.

Kellie Moeller, Certified Nurse Midwife and President of HomeBirth Experience, Inc. welcomes you and invites you to enjoy the HomeBirth Experience website, it was created with you in mind. We look forward to answering your questions about your pregnancy, your baby's birth and the exciting journey you're taking! 

When a birth is at home, it becomes the intimate, private, natural process it's meant to be.

Birth as a medical process in a medical facility creates little privacy or family decision making and takes away many choices families later wish they had the freedom to make.

With HomeBirth Experience, mothers move around, change positions and describe their birth experience as less painful and less stressful. In fact, they say it is the Family Event it should be.

Kellies' birth parents are encouraged to educate themselves about pregnancy and birth so they will make well-informed choices and decisions throughout pregnancy and birth.

We provide Obstetric and Gynecological Healthcare. Whether your birth takes place at your home or a birth center, HomeBirth Experience will be with you every step of the way.

services

Comprehensive Prenatal Care

After your 1 hour consultation, we'll schedule your initial 3 hour visit. This 3 hour visit includes detailed medical and social histories as well as a complete physical including labs as needed. We will discuss diet and exercise. You will bring your diet sheet and the other forms found in the consult packet. Additional prenatal visits will be scheduled for 1 hour. This allows time to complete a diet review, to discuss any pregnancy discomforts you may be experiencing, as well as emotional and psychological adjustments to the pregnancy. At 36 weeks, we will schedule your prenatal visit to be at your home. 

Complete Birth Care

When you go into labor, you'll notify Kellie. The 2 of you will decide upon a mutually agreeable time for Kellie to arrive at your home. She will bring birth supplies, oxygen and resuscitation equipment, as well as IV supplies and medications for hemorrhage in the event of emergencies. Kellie will monitor the baby's heart rate intermittently and monitor your well-being. She will provide labor support as needed.(Sometimes you are doing so well that all that is needed from Kellie are a few words of encouragement.)

Postpartum Care

Kellie will call for updates on the well-being of you and your newborn throughout the 1st week after the birth your new baby. She is available to you by phone 24/7 for any concerns or questions.

Between 24-48 hours, she will come back to your home for exams on both you and the baby. We will schedule additional postpartum appointments at 1 week, 3 weeks, and 6 weeks where again both Mom and Baby will be examined. We can discuss plans for family planning during this time.

Nutritional Guidance

The number 1 thing you can do to help insure a healthy pregnancy and birth is to eat a high quality, nutrient dense diet. Kellie will ask you to bring a diet sheet to your initial visit and again periodically throughout the pregnancy. The 2 of you will review the diet and Kellie may make suggestions to "tweak" your meals for the optimal health of your baby and to maintain the health of your pregnancy. Kellie can also make suggestions for exercise throughout your pregnancy.

Home Birth Stories

Sep 30, 2013 |
Home Birth Stories,  |
Kellie Moeller, CNM

Baby Sharon's birth story starts, unofficially, in the middle of the night on Wednesday, September 7, 2011. Baby Sharon weighed in at 7 pounds, 8 ounces and 19 inches long. She was bright eyed and so alert just taking in all of her surroundings. She had her little fists right up by her jawline and I could imagine that was her favorite position while I was pregnant with her.

Jul 17, 2013 |
Home Birth Stories,  |
Kellie Moeller, CNM

My sister and my husband were kneeling in front of me. I had each by an arm, and they coached me through the contractions and encouraged me during the breaks. Kellie was on her way, and I remember my sister talking on the phone with her a few times.

Oct 22, 2011 |
Home Birth Stories,  |
Kellie Moeller, CNM

With Craig's hands in mine and him cheering me on with each push Quin was born in the water at 10:01 and placed in my arms. I was on top of the world. I accomplished my goal! After I held Quin for a while I was helped out of birth tub and into bed.

Latest Home Birth News

Aug 20, 2015 |
In The News,  |
Kellie Moeller, CNM

Electronic fetal monitoring—which also includes external monitoring, in which an ultrasound transducer is placed on the mother's stomach—is supposed to prevent deaths by alerting the doctor to complications that would require an emergency Cesarean or vacuum extraction. Which sounds logical enough: The more you monitor the baby, the more likely you are to catch problems instantly. But study after study has proven that EFM is not logical at all, as it provides no benefit to most patients and creates more problems than it catches.

Aug 20, 2015 |
In The News,  |
Kellie Moeller, CNM

A nuchal cord (cord around the neck) is one of many things that mothers-to-be fear about childbirth. The thought of their precious baby being ‘strangled’ by their umbilical cord can cause so much worry. Luckily, unborn babies get nutrients and oxygen via the umbilical cord, not by breathing it in through their nose and mouth, which may eliminate some fear right there. They don’t need their neck to breathe.

Oct 14, 2013 |
In The News,  |
Kellie Moeller, CNM

The following is ACNM's preliminary statement in response to the recent study, Apgar score of 0 at 5 minutes and neonatal seizures or serious neurologic dysfunction in relation to birth setting to be published in the October American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology (AJOG).