Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Doula?

The word Doula is a Greek word signifying "woman servant". Doulas are trained and experienced in prenatal, perinatal, and postnatal. The duties of the Doula is to give non-medical, passionate, physical, and enlightening help during pregnancy phases. We feel that childbirth the most noteworthy and transformational occasions in a lifetime. We want your experience to be as positive and ideal as possible.

What does a Doula do?

A birth doula gives constant non-medical help during labor and childbirth. This help comes in numerous structures including enthusiastic help, physical solace, and helping you advocate for the birth you need. At our prenatal visits we can talk about in additionally detail what you need to experience your dream birth! We can be with you during labor as you feel we are required, and remain with you all through labor and birth, and up to 2 hours after delivery to assist with breastfeeding and get you settled in with your new bundle of joy.

What is a Postpartum Doula?

A Postpartum Doula assist the family after childbirth. They give non-medical care in your home. This may also include emotional support, breastfeeding support, newborn care, help cooking, and light cleaning.

Does a Doula replace my Partner?

We do not replace, we are there to help both the mother and partner. We will support partner engaged with the birth to the degree that they feel comfortable. 

Do you travel to different states?

We currently offer virtual Doula service, and we plan to expand soon!