Hello, Darling Now Offering Postpartum Doula Care

I'm excited to start offering postpartum doula care to Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Surrounding East Tennessee areas! 

WHAT IS A POSTPARTUM DOULA?

Postpartum doulas help the parents of new infants adjust and grow into a new phase in their family’s life. I provide insight and support regarding the physical and psychological nuances of the postpartum period, offer an extra set of hands to help you adjust to a demanding new schedule, and give hands-on, infant- and mama-care training.

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Here are more examples of all the different kinds of help a postpartum doula can provide:

  • Breastfeeding help
  • Help understanding baby cues
  • Diapering and baby care
  • Help with older children while parents bond with new baby
  • Light housekeeping assistance
  • Meal preparation
  • Running Errands
  • Resources and referrals
  • Non-judgmental family support
  • Screening for postpartum mood disorders
  • Infant sleep solutions
  • Care for baby when parents want to shower, nap, or spend some special time with older child(ren)
  • Hands-on education for infant and mama care
  • Babywearing assistance
  • Caring for mama as she recovers from birth
  • Processing the birth experience
  • Soothing Baby and education on infant soothing techniques

This list is by no means exhaustive!

I even offer postpartum doula packages for your first week home with baby! 

You can schedule your postpartum doula care for small chunks of time (starting at 3 hours) or for larger blocks -- 8+ hours.

NEED NIGHTTIME HELP? 

A postpartum doula's got you covered!

Overnight services consist of an 8-10 hour shift (minimum) where I am a listening ear for you to share needs, requests, and concerns from the days prior. I assist with the baby’s final feeding, changing and dressing before bed. If you so choose, I will gladly soothe the child to sleep so you can take advantage of some much needed uninterrupted sleep. If you would like, I will stay in the baby's room with him/her during the night and bring him/her to you for feedings if you are breastfeeding (and then take baby back to his/her room to soothe to sleep) or I can bottle feed for you if you are bottle feeding.