Post-Birth Support

A post-birth doula's job is simple: Nurture families after the birth or adoption of a baby.

A post-birth doula is a non-judgmental woman who keeps a quiet presence in your home. Her main focus is in helping the new mother after the birth or adoption of the baby. Each family’s needs are different, so the services provided  will vary to accommodate your family in the best possible manner.

 

New parents especially appreciate the support. In today’s society, extended family members are not always available to help, and even if they are, some of them do not have the experience needed to support a new breastfeeding mom.

Parenthood is a major life transition and the adjustment period feels less overwhelming when doulas are available to answer questions or concerns.

Post-birth doulas work between 3-6 hours per day, several days a week or 5 days a week. Each family is unique and their needs are, too. We pride ourselves on our flexibility.

  •     Nutritious and delicious cooking

  •     Light household duties

  •     Laundry –for the entire family

  •     Grocery shopping

  •     Running errands

  •     Expert breastfeeding/bottle feeding advice

  •     Expert general newborn care

  •     Care of siblings (if applicable)

  •     Resources for new family

  •     Help mom to care for her postpartum body

  •     Support mom through emotional vulnerability

  •     Support dad through the transition to his new role

Continued Support

A post-birth doula provides loving support so that the new mother feels well nourished, well rested, with her household in good order so that she can focus her energy on her new baby. Each family’s needs are different, so the services provided by your doula will vary to accommodate your family in the best possible manner.

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