Birth DoulaChrissy Raddatz lives on a small farm out by Douglas. I became a doula after the birth of my third child. I enjoy fishing and hunting with my boys. In the spring of the year you’ll find me in the garden or in the chicken coop.
I’m very passionate about what I do. I think the transition women experience during pregnancy and after birth is beautiful.
If I had to say what my “doula style” is id have to say honest yet open. I believe the feelings surrounding birth that a women has a very strong and need to be listened to. I also know through experience that we need to be prepared for a variety of scenarios and I am trained and ready to go through those with you.
I look forward to meeting you and really do feel privileged to travel through the labor and delivery process with you.
Birth DoulaNatalie is a DONA International trained Birth Doula, working on her certification. As an Early Childhood Educator, and mother, she brings a calming and caring approach to care-giving, in both English and French.
Natalie lives in Killaloe with her husband, two home-birth daughters, and a variety of feather, fur, and finned friends. her passions include dancing and gardening.
Birth DoulaAfter hearing her mother’s birth stories as a child, Krystyna often mused about how society could improve the labour & birth experience. Krystyna was inspired to become a doula when she struggled herself having a hospital birth without a doula. She wanted to provide the kind of birth support that was lacking where she lived. In 2017 she ended up returning to the Ottawa Valley, where she was born and raised, and happily discovered kindred spirits in the RCD team. Krystyna is currently working towards her DONA International Birth Doula certification.
Krystyna lives in Pembroke with her husband and young daughter. Their second child is due August 2019. She is an amateur belly dancer, yogi, and a professional research nerd.