Just like birth doulas, a postpartum doula is there to provided physical, emotional and informational support.

After birth, during the postpartum period, the doula's job is to support the birthing person to heal from labor while helping with breastfeeding and newborn care. The doula can also provide physical support around the house or take care of the baby while parents rest, shower and eat. Postpartum doulas are great, nonjudgemental resources who can help you decipher what's "normal" and what you may want to seek outside support for. 

As a postpartum doula, I help where I am needed most. I do love cooking and preparing delicious and nourishing meals for new parents so that they can focus their attention on healing and caring for their new baby. I like to stay busy and don't mind doing dishes, laundry or light housework. When needed I'm happy to hold your new one, answer questions, or help with breastfeeding. If I am there to help you at night, my goal is to do everything possible to ensure you and your partner get the rest you need. As a certified prenatal and postpartum yoga teacher, I can also help you ease back into movement as your body heals. 


Daytime Postpartum Visits

One to three, 3 - 4 hour shifts per week at your home

They include:

A complimentary phone call or visit to see if we are a good fit

A prenatal visit where we set up a postpartum plan together (if applicable)

Care for the postpartum parent

Meal preparation specific for someone recovering from labor and/or breastfeeding

Breastfeeding support

Strategies for sleeping

Physical and emotional support

Light housework

Ongoing phone and email support

 
 

Trainings, courses and certifications:

Certified Doula Trainings International Postpartum Doula

Newborn Care Specialist

Cornerstone Advanced Skills Clinic

Infant and child CPR and First Aid

Trustline Certified

Breastfeeding 101 

Please reach out for pricing and scheduling info!

 
 

Overnight Postpartum Visits

One to three, 8-hour overnight shifts per week at your home

They include:

A complimentary phone call or visit to see if we are a good fit

A prenatal visit where we set up a postpartum plan together (if applicable)

Complete care of your newborn throughout the night including changings, feedings and every thing in between

Breastfeeding support

Strategies for sleeping

Light housework or meal prep

Ongoing phone and email support