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Krista Young, LM, CPM

I had been working on my masters in Early Child Development while prayerfully considering the direction that I was to head professionally. During my prayers, the Lord put midwifery on my heart. While I wish I could say that I was obedient to the first call, it did take some time for God to help me walk in the right direction. 

My oldest was a planned hospital birth that became one of those experiences that changed the direction of my life. Her birth created in me a longing to find a natural way to embrace pregnancy and birth. My second and third births at home under the care of loving midwives. 

Our fourth child joined our family through the blessings of international adoption. The youngest of our legacy are a spunky set of twin toddlers who keep our house full of giggles!

I am a native Texan who grew up in the North Dallas area. My husband of 18 years, Sean, and I live now in the small but growing community of Celina. We love it there and enjoy the close community of friends and family. When I’m not caring for others, I can be found homeschooling our children, cooking and baking in the kitchen, and enjoying evening walks as a family. Life is busy but so very beautiful!

I am thankful that the Lord led me to a calling that allows me to serve others during such a special season of life! It is my absolute pleasure to care for families on their journey of building a legacy.


Student Midwife Lexie Condry

After going on several mission trips overseas, I decided that I wanted to become a midwife to serve women in western Kenya who have little access to maternity care. While my ultimate goal is to train community midwives in Kenya someday, I love learning midwifery and serving women in the north Dallas area, and am excited to stay here as long as God keeps me here. 

I have been a lactation Counselor for almost 3 years, and a birth & postpartum doula for 2 years. I love birthwork * getting to learn something new from every family that I get to work with. 

I grew up in west Texas and moved to the north Dallas area in the summer of 2023. I am the oldest of 6 kids. When I'm not busy being a student midwife, you can find me hanging out with my family, on a fun road trip to somewhere new, sipping on some good coffee, or at the lake. 

I will always be thankful that the Lord led me to midwifery & that I get to serve families in such a special time in their lives. 

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