Postpartum Doula

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Are you feeling nervous about bringing your new baby home from the hospital?

Welcoming a new baby into the family is a very exciting time. The first few days and weeks can also be challenging. When you have support, those challenges can feel less overwhelming and your confidence in parenting will grow.  As a Postpartum Doula, I help ease the transition into parenting.


Maybe this is your second or third baby and you need a little help learning how to juggle multiple children. I can help ease that transition too. I'm here to nurture your new family.

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As a Postpartum Doula, I provide the following services:

  • Emotional support for the family
  • Breastfeeding/bottle feeding support
  • Guidance & support in newborn care 
  • Newborn care while mom rests/showers
  • Errands/grocery shopping
  • Meal/snack preparation
  • Laundry/Light housekeeping (referrals available for house cleaning)
  • Lending library
  • Phone calls/texts
  • Overnight care
  • Sibling support
  • Accompany mom/baby to follow up appointments
  • Referrals to local resources

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Many moms have shared with me that they focused so much on their pregnancy and birth that once their baby arrived they felt very unprepared for the postpartum period. With postpartum support, new mothers can take the time they need to physically heal from giving birth which can help them feel more confident in parenting. Having postpartum support can also help lower the risk of developing Postpartum Depression. Sleep deprivation is a big concern and reality among new parents. I offer suggestions & help with getting the extra sleep you need. Every family has unique needs and together we make a plan on how I can support your family.


Postpartum Doula Investment:

Daytime care is $30/hour with a 4 hour minimum

Overnight care is $35/hour for an 8 hour stay

Additional fee for mutiples


Please call me to schedule your free initial postpartum consultation. 






"There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child...there are seven million." Walt Streightiff