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Journal- Adrenal Fatigue

You may have noticed a lack of my presence in the doula world lately. Despite my baby being here, I am not physically, mentally, or emotionally able to place myself back into the birth world at this time. I ended my last post by saying my next plan was to take care of me but…

Baby 4!

My two daughters, born 6.5 years apart, were born at almost the exact same time of day, weighing almost the exact same amount, and were the same length. The difference is that the first was born at 38 weeks gestation and the second was born 1 day shy of 42 weeks! Crazy how unique each…

My First Baby- Why I Became a Doula


In nearly every client interview I get asked why I became a doula and my answer is usually that I became a doula to protect other moms from being mistreated the way I was mistreated during my first birth. Since tomorrow is the 6th birthday of my sweet baby girl I thought I would revisit…

Welcome Baby, H.J.F.

It’s such an honor to be a part of such a special day in people’s lives. Such an amazing family! Hope you enjoy this little peek of an amazingly strong mama and her beautifully supportive husband.

Welcome Baby, Declan!

Have I ever mentioned how fulfilling I find being a doula? Seriously this was one of those births that I just felt so HAPPY after. Congratulations again to your adorable family!  

Alignment and Fetal Positioning

Did you know that the number one reason for a cesarean section is fetal malpresentation? I spend a lot of time at a good percentage of the births I attend trying to get posterior babies to turn around for an easier birth. It is for this reason that I wish I could require all my…

Welcome Baby, Rylee!

Sometimes I attend a birth that just really reminds me how strong a women in labor is. This birth was beautiful and I think my favorite part was watching the beautiful bond she had with her mother. They found the ritual that worked for her together and it was priceless. Mothering the mother is so…

New Mothers are Exhibitionists!

Maybe it’s because I’m a birth junkie and I love new mommies but I thought this was FUNNY

Welcome, Twins!

I had the privilege of being a part of the birth of these adorable twin girls! Their momma made birthing twins look like a walk in the park! Unmedicated and smiling till the end. *In case you’re wondering, it is common in many hospitals to require all twin moms to deliver in the OR as…