Meet Melissa! She joined us in 2005 after the birth of her first daughter. Soon after, Melissa became our in-house yoga expert, teaching Prenatal, Kids, Mom & Baby classes. Nowadays, as Boutique Manager, you will find her behind the desk two days a week ordering all the amazing things you see in our store, organizing our Tuesday Parenting Playgroup and teaching. Two of Melissa’s three kids were born at our Menomonee Falls location. Daughter Campbell was one of the last born there before we moved to Bay View.
Dana has been around Well-Rounded since we opened in Menomonee Falls when she began teaching the Milwaukee Babywearers 101 class as a volunteer! She officially became a member of our family a year ago when the last of her kids entered school full-time. You will find her teaching Cloth Diapering 101, assisting with Babywearing Basics or behind the desk every Friday! In addition to everything she does for the center she is also a Co-Chair for C.A.R.E. Network, sits on the Board for the Milwaukee Babywearers & is mom to 6 amazing kids!
Meet Ana! She started as a volunteer and pretty soon became an integral part of our staff. Ana can be found in the Boutique on Saturdays demonstrating the joys of Cloth Diapering and Babywearing, both through instruction and her own use. She is one of the teachers for the Breastfeeding classes, as well as Baby Basics Bootcamp. And, once a month, we rely on Ana as a co-facilitator for the ICAN Cesarean Support Group.
Meet Tricia! She is about to complete her journey to becoming a Certified Professional Midwife and join those who have privileges at WRMC. In the mean time, Tricia can be found at the center on Wednesdays. She and daughter Mae personally model cloth diapers and babywearing.
Kaytlyn & Kyle Schwartz-Buckner
Meet newlyweds, Kaytlyn and Kyle! Their second son was born at WRMC. They are essential to the operation of the birth center. They get the rooms ready when a family is coming in and clean up after following the births. It’s not a pretty job, but someone has to do it! Thank you Buckners!