Farewell, Christine!

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We are sorry to say that the wonderful Christine Taylor, CNM, will be leaving See Baby Midwifery.

Christine has brought so much to the team and to our patients over the past year, and we wish her all of the best as she embarks on a new journey!

A letter from Christine:

As a See Baby Midwife, I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity work a team of practitioners who respects women, trusts birth and supports and respects the value of midwives. The reality that I have attended births that are not available options anywhere else in this country, overwhelms me with gratitude. The professional opportunity to practice a true midwifery model of care and offer options to women that are supported by a perinatologist is a once in a lifetime midwifery experience.

This journey has been a spiritual confirmation to me that I have been divinely chosen for this profession. I am happy to have been a part of a team who helped cultivate my dreams and aspirations and welcomed me with open arms, happy to be supported and happy to have met some wonderful people whom I consider friends.

Bittersweet emotions are flowing, as I approach the end of my season as a See Baby Midwife and the beginning of an exciting, new journey as the owner of Birth by Grace Midwifery Services. I’m excited to be offering home birth services to women in Atlanta.

I am grateful to have been a part of establishing an exceptional midwifery service, grateful to have crossed paths with my sister-midwives, Antoinette, Nana and Martha. I am forever thankful to Dr Bootstaylor, who has had more of an impact in my life than he will ever know. Learning from Dr B has been an enjoyable and exhilarating process. My time at See Baby has prepared me with the necessary tools for growth and development, both professionally and personally. Each mother, family and birth that I have been so fortunate to have been present for, I carry with me in my heart.


Best of luck, Christine!



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