1-2 meetings, in-person or virtual, to discuss your birth wishes and specific expectations
24-hour on-call beginning at 37 weeks
Labor and birth support for entire birth team
Support after the birth until parents are comfortable and breastfeeding is initiated
1-2 postpartum visits, scheduled at your convenience
Postpartum and feeding support via phone/text/email until 8 weeks postpartum
15% off one of my Childbirth Class Series (classes are HIGHLY recommended)
$25 off Online Birth Boot Camp Comprehensive Class (not required)
Doula Pricing: $1,600
Optional Add-on Services:
Baby Registry Help + $75 >> Are you overwhelmed by all the baby gear options at the store? I can help! This includes meeting you at the store to talk you through the things you really need. Let me help you figure out where to start, what to look for in quality products, and help you select the best items for you, your baby, and your family needs.
Tuck-in Service + $200 >> When you are discharged from your birth place, I will meet you at your home and assist with any/all of the following: bringing in your bags; help you shower (if you need to); get you settled into your bed; help you breastfeed with your own pillows; and make sure your recovery environment is calm and settled. I will either bring supplies to make a hearty postpartum soup for you or bring a meal that can be easily heated.
Scholarship Donation + amount of your choice >> The Amazing Birth Co Scholarship Fund allows me to designate pro-bono services specifically to teenage moms in crisis, who otherwise would not have any birth education or support with them when they deliver their baby.
Still wondering why you should hire a doula? There is incredible evidence that shows how birth doulas improve birth outcomes! Compared to women who had no continuous support, women with trained doulas were:
15% more likely to have a spontaneous vaginal birth
39% less likely to have a cesarean section
31% less likely to use synthetic oxytocin (Pitocin) to speed up labor
10% less likely to use any pain medications or epidural
38% less likely to have a baby with a low five minute APGAR score