Birth Journey


Two Antenatal Visits tailored to your needs (i.e. learning about birth hormones and physiology, building our relationship, birth and postnatal preparation, emotional support, building a birth wish list, etc.). My aim during each antenatal visit is to make sure you (and your partner) feel as confident and as strong as possible to give birth and care for your new baby.


I consider myself a professional friend with everything in her purse; if there is something you need, it’s in my Doula bag! Whether it’s direct help from me or a signpost in the right direction, it is important to me that you get all the information and aid that you want.

I will be on call from 38 weeks and will be available before then to communicate over email, phone, or cups of tea. When you begin labour, give me a call and we can decide when you would like me to arrive. I will leave after the birth when you and baby are settled or when the first feed is completed.


For additional postnatal visits, please see the Postnatal Package I offer.

Two Postnatal Visits to provide help in areas you see fit. This can include feeding support, light housework, food prep in the form of heating up meals and getting everyone fed, some help with older children (finding sitters and short spurts of preoccupation), and help finding a dog walker or pet sitter. I will also provide emotional support by being there to listen to your thoughts, feelings, and concerns. If you have nothing to say and you’d still like me there, I will happily sit silently next to you without need of explanation.


Another important aspect of postnatal visits is to encourage time for partners to share their thoughts and emotions with one another. I can help with this by making sure there is uninterrupted time to connect, emotionally and physically, with or without your newborn.

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Postnatal Journey

Postnatal Journey



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