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What is a Postpartum Doula?

A trained professional who provides continuous physical, emotional, and educational support. The Postpartum Doula cares for a new family in their home in the first few weeks following the birth of their baby. A Doula provides non-medical support and companionship, assists with newborn care and sibling adjustment, meal preparation, and household organization.

- NAPS Doulas -

Postpartum Support

  • Listen and validate your birth experience;

  • Breastfeeding/lactation/bottle feeding support and assistance;

  • Suggestions and assistance with postpartum recovery;

  • Act with respect and kindness no matter the decisions you make for your family;

  • Guidance on newborn care;

  • Recognizing and responding to perinatal mood disorders;

  • Light housekeeping, laundry, and meal preparation (light laundry, loading dishwasher, tidying up spaces, no house cleaning);

  • Sibling, plant, and pet care;

  • Referrals to community resources.

Mother Baby Bonding
Holding Hands


"Whether this is your first or sixth baby, the postpartum period is a major time of transition for you, your body, and — well — your whole family. This period of time is often called the fourth trimester, and for good reason!"

I offer daytime and nighttime hours.

The fee for my postpartum doula services is $60/hour.

Please contact me for a quote for your specific due date and circumstances.

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