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  • What is a doula?
    A doula is a trained professional who provides emotional and physical support to a mother before, during or after birth. A doula helps ensure that mom has information to achieve a healthy and satisfying experience. A doula also helps members of the family. It is just as important that partners and siblings receive emotional and physical support as they are learning and adjusting to the new baby that is being brought into their lives.
  • What is a postpartum doula?
    A postpartum doula provides emotional and physical support during the fourth trimester. This is the first twelve weeks immediately after birth. The fourth trimester comes with major transitions for mom, her body and her family. The postpartum doula helps with the baby but the primary focus is the mother and the family's experience. A postpartum doula also gives informational support. Providing information on postpartum recovery, feedings, parent-infant bonding, infant care and development. Help with tasks around the home that may become challenging with a new baby such as preparing meals, laundry, and keeping the home tidy.
  • Why should I hire a postpartum doula?
    Studies have shown that having a postpartum doula can lead to improved breastfeeding success, better maternal mental health, and increased confidence in parenting skills. Additionally, a postpartum doula can provide emotional support and guidance during the transition to parenthood.
  • What services do postpartum doulas provide?
    Postpartum doulas provide a variety of services including breastfeeding support, newborn care education, emotional support, light housekeeping, meal preparation, and errands.
  • How long do postpartum doula services last?
    Postpartum doula services can last from a few weeks to several months depending on the needs of the family.
  • How far in advance should I book you?
    Every client gets first come first served availability so it is best to secure our services as soon as possible. To secure the dates and time that you would like for your family, you must sign your contract and submit a 50% retainer fee of your total balance.
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