Not as common of a term as lost partum depression, but in no way any smaller of a battle. We’re finding a big increase in new parents experiencing this, and it’s completely understood. A pandemic pregnancy is not the pregnancy anyone dreams of or desires. Now baby is born, you’re doing your best to keep the small human alive and well, and all of the normal support groups and drop ins are gone.

It’s not fair.


You remember when your best friend had her baby and how she bragged about the other awesome moms she met a weekly drop in group.

It’s not what you deserve. You just gave birth, and during a damn pandemic to boot. You never knew what to expect things were constantly changing and through it all you kept going.

There have been some changes in the way we offer support at this time in an effort to keep our team, families, and clients safe. Our hearts and ears are still open. Virtual coffee dates are always complimentary.


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Knowing when to use them is the key!

This is where a doula shines.

During pregnancy we know there is no shortage of hormones flowing through our bodies. Sometimes, we cant help but notice that closer to birth we find our pregnant bodies walking a little different then they once did. Your body literally makes it that your joints and bones are more loose in preparation for birth!
Our pelvis is something we often think of as a fairly fixed part of us. In fact, is is hinged and can be maneuvered by something as simple as putting your knees together and feet apart.
Add to that the all fours position, this gives babe a chance to re position their head and become perfectly lined up for decent through the cervix. Not only that, it will take any unnecessary pressure off of the cervix that can lead to swelling and “failure to progress”.
But don’t we need pressure on the cervix for it to dilate?
Knowing tips and tricks is great but knowing when to use them is where an experienced doula shines.