Postpartum Support

What is a Postpartum Doula?

A postpartum doula is a highly trained woman (who is also an experienced mother) who is committed to providing support and guidance to the mother, infant, and family after birth. She is knowledgeable on a range of topics including breastfeeding, postpartum healing, sibling adjustment, and infant care.

A postpartum doulas role is fluid, changing from family to family and day-to-day, night-to-night. She is a teacher, a friend, a shoulder to cry on, or the person who helps identify and celebrate the small triumphs of the day. A doula can look after the infant giving the parents a much-needed break and they can provide coaching for infant care and soothing techniques. She offers practical support, nurturing older children, preparing nutritious meals, and facilitating confidence and tranquility for the entire family. Doulas are trained to recognize when a family can benefit from specialized help and offers reliable referrals when needed. At all times, the doula provides reassurance, support, and the belief that these parents can and will be successful in nurturing their family.



  • 🌻Bringing snacks and beverages to the mother while feeding her baby at night when desired.
  • 🌻Preparing¬†pump supplies or bottles for the next feeding or next day if needed.
  • 🌻Helping baby fall back asleep after feedings so parents can sleep soundly in the interim.
  • 🌻Our Services
    🌻Educating Parents
    🌻Constant Guidance
    🌻G Tube feeding
    🌻Day/Night Care
    🌻Baby log
    🌻Sleep Training
    🌻Umbilical Cord Care
    🌻Circumcision Care
    🌻Diapering, Sponge Bathes
    🌻Burping Techniques
    🌻Infant Massage
    🌻Bottle Sterilization
    🌻Care For Babies W/ Reflux, Colic, And Slow Weight Gain
    🌻Re-Stock Formula, Diapers Wipes
    🌻Keep Clothing And All Linens Clean
    🌻Bathing baby(ies)
    🌻Changing linens
    🌻Maintaining all supplies
    🌻Emptying diaper containers