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You are everything your baby needs, but that doesn't mean you have to do it alone.

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What if I told you that your journey could be exactly how you want it?

 

Imagine a postpartum experience where you nurture and honor your body and mind, take time to rest and care for yourself just as much as you care for your newest arrival, and have access to a support person who is there for any questions, advice, or needs you may have. 

Imagine a birthing experience where you have someone by your side through each moment and each worry, someone who will advocate for you and honor your right to informed consent, someone to provide emotional and physical support through all stages of labor.

Your experience deserves to be positive, powerful, and all yours.

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Let's talk about what it should feel like

Imagine a postpartum experience where you not only thrive, but feel consistent support and comfort in knowing you are not alone.

Here are the services I typically provide

A safe and non-judgmental space for all thoughts, feelings, and worries during birth and postpartum.

Breastfeeding support

Education and resources available to you anytime

Support with in-home adjustment

Family, partner, and sibling support

Household tasks such as tidying up, assisting with daily chores, and meal prep

Newborn care

Overnight support for some much-earned sleep

Holding space for the emotions that process from birth or the postpartum experience

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About
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What if everyone had access to the care and support needed during these life-changing experiences? My own experience in childbirth and postpartum pushed me further towards advocating for other mothers and families, and providing the support and care that I saw a lack of during my  journey.  My goal is to create a more inclusive and accessible way to give our community the support it needs.

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