Providing in-person doula support, products,
and services for expecting and new parents.



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Our Services

We offer a range of services to support you and your family. If you are interested in in-home or in-hospital support, we have prenatal, labour and delivery, and postpartum (daytime or overnight) options. If you would rather out-of-home/hospital support, we have multiple services and products to offer as well. And if you are unsure or would just like to learn more about the birth or the postpartum period and how to prepare, we offer different class/workshop options. Packages combining these options are also available, and customizable upon request.

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What is a Doula?

A Doula is a trained professional who uses evidence-based information to support new or expecting mothers, their babies, and their families.
A Birth Doula provides support primarily at the time of labour and delivery, while a Postpartum Doula provides support primarily in the days, weeks, and months after birth.

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Upcoming Events

We offer periodic Preparing for Postpartum workshops and Socialize with Me postpartum support groups at We Move (add hyperlink to their website here?). We also partner on other events like the Working Moms group, and Prenatal Babymoon Retreats from time to time, so please check our calendar of events to find out what is coming up!

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Our Practice

The prenatal, birth, and postpartum periods should be whatever the expecting/new mother needs it to be in order for her to be physically and mentally well. We believe it should also encompass some level of peace and comfort as it is a time of transition and great change for the mother, the baby, and the family.

That being said, our goal is for the mother to feel supported, empowered, and confident in her wellbeing and her choices for herself and her family, whether she be in the prenatal period, labouring, or postpartum. Supporting expecting and postpartum mothers is crucial because the health and wellbeing of the mother will strongly influence the outcomes for her child(ren), as research has shown time and time again.

In our lives, we have seasons of giving and seasons of receiving. As a new mom, you are in the season of receiving.
— Birdie Gunyon, RN MA
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What we do…

“The worst thing we can do for new mothers is plant the seed of doubt. To plant the seed that they are not doing well enough or not making the right choices for their child. Mothers have it within themselves to take care of their babies, and the best thing we can do is to nurture, nourish, and support that truth.”

– Kayla Madder, Postpartum Doula