Postpartum Doula

Becoming a parent, or adding a new baby to your growing family, can be a big change! Our doulas offer caring and non-judgmental support after the birth of your baby. Having someone there to help with newborn care or help with household tasks can help make this major life transition smooth, easy and enjoyable! Anytime, day or night, our postpartum doulas offer the exceptional support your growing family deserves.

Prior to the birth, your doula may help with the following:

  • Offering registry assistance
  • Providing resources for childbirth education
  • Helping with nursery set up
  • Assisting with daycare/nanny research
  • Aiding with pediatrician interviews and selection

Postpartum support includes items such as:

  • Emotional support
  • Breastfeeding and bottle feeding education and support
  • Mother and newborn care
  • Babywearing education
  • Day-to-day light housekeeping
  • Sibling care
  • Meal preparation
  • Errand running

To find out more information on doula availability and/or schedule a no-obligation consultation, please contact us today


    “…beyond anything you could ask for, as doulas and as friends. My wife delivered both of our children with their assistance and it couldn’t have made us more comfortable. They came to our house 2-3 times before the due date to coach and advise, they were there with us during delivery and came to the house post-delivery to make sure we were trending correctly. More importantly than how I feel, my wife LOVES them and wouldn’t deliver a child without them by her side.”
    The M Family

    “How can we properly thank you for everything you have done for our family over the past three months? We appreciate the time you have come to our house, offering physical and emotional support. It is always a blessing, yet also a challenge, to welcome a new baby to a family. Having you available to support us made the transition so much easier! We will certainly miss you and wish you well as you continue to offer your loving support and guidance for other families.”