Personalized Prenatal Care & Birth Services

Birth CenterWater BirthPostpartum CareUltrasound

Lucie Bryant, LM, CPM
Our Founder

  • Total Prenatal Care

    From pregnancy test to postpartum, your midwife will monitor and advise you every step of the way. First trimester visits will be monthly. After 28 weeks your visits will be twice a month. Finally, after 36 weeks up until birth, you will see the midwife weekly. Lab tests and ultrasounds will be scheduled appropriately. We also offer trauma-informed prenatal care for survivors of sexual abuse.

  • Birth Center Birth

    Our facility has two birthing suites, each with a private mini kitchen and full bath. The birth center is conveniently located less than 3 miles from Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, in the event transfer is necessary.

  • Water Birth

    A birth tub is available upon request at the center for your comfort. Water birth has been shown to be natural pain relief for the mother and can help baby ease more peacefully out of the womb.

  • Postpartum Care

    After giving birth, a midwife will schedule postpartum exams for you and your baby at 2 days, 2 weeks, and 6 weeks to make sure there are no medical issues that need to be addressed by an OB/GYN.

  • Breastfeeding Support

    Breastfeeding can be the most challenging part of having a new baby. During your pregnancy, we will provide educational material and find support groups for you. After you give birth, we will check for proper baby latching and address any specific issues you are having with your new baby.

  • Nutrition Counseling

    Nutrition is crucial in growing a healthy baby and having a successful natural birth. We will provide you with resources, advise you on a healthy diet plan, and provide supplements and essential oils.

  • Childbirth Classes

    Throughout your pregnancy, we will have regular classes to prepare you for childbirth. Education is the key to having your best possible birth outcome.

  • Large Comfortable Beds

  • Sink and Kitchenette

  • Full Bathroom and Shower

  • Sunroom and Fenced Backyard

  • Birth Tub

Our Team

Lucie J. Bryant LM, CPM

Lucie is a Licensed Midwife in Florida and a Nationally Accredited Certified Professional Midwife. She is a graduate of CommonSense Midwifery School in Winter Garden, Florida. She became passionate about birth in 1993 after the birth of her second daughter. She had a beautiful VBAC at home. She is now blessed with eight beautiful children – six of them born at home. Over the course of motherhood she has had the privilege of advocating for women in many roles as a doula, childbirth educator, and lactation counselor. She is the visionary behind In Due Season Birth Center & Family Wellness.

Ashley Baker, ARNP, CNM

Ashley attended Frontier Nursing University where she received her Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Midwifery degree, as well as currently completing her Doctorate of Nursing Degree. Ashley has been providing proficient, personalized and evidence-based care to women and children since 2009 in many different realms. Ashley became passionate about the midwifery model of care when she realized it gave women a voice and choice about their care. Ashley is a native to Florida, both born and raised. She’s a mother herself to 2 young boys. When not providing care to the community, Ashley enjoys being outdoors, on her family’s boat and traveling.

Khamissa Keita LM

Khamissa Keita grew up in Africa and witnessed at a very young age the process of natural childbirth by strong and powerful women, who by deciding their way of childbirth had shaped their society. She believes that with the right support and empathy Midwives can offer this experience to every pregnant mom. She is a trained Midwife from Germany. Khamissa graduated from the University “Otto von Guericke” in Magdeburg and received her Midwife license in 1997 and has worked as a midwife as well as a teacher at the Midwifery school of the same University for many years. In 2010, she received her Masters of Medical Education from the University of Berlin and have been teaching midwife students and other medical professionals in addition to practicing as a midwife. In 2014, Khamissa moved to Florida with her daughter and completed a four-month program licensing by endorsement at Commonsense Childbirth School of Midwifery in Orlando.Khamissa is fluent in French, German and Bambara. She considers herself an advocate for natural approaches to pregnancy and birth, self-determination, education, empowerment and moral support of families as well as diversity in cultural and family structures.