Whether you plan to birth free of all medications and interventions or are planning a cesarean, rest assured that your birth and parenting choices will be respected when hiring Child Within Birth Services as your birth, postpartum, or sibling doula.
Labor Doula services include unlimited phone, email, and text support throughout pregnancy
2 prenatal visits to discuss birth preferences and vision
Keepsake Preparing for Birth journal and comfort measures booklet to guide prenatal visits.
In person, continuous labor support
1 postpartum follow-up visit
Back-up doula support
$850 Package 2:
All of the above plus your choice of (choose 1):
9 months access to the online Prepared Feeding breastfeeding course taught by an IBCLC
CUB labor/birth chair to use during labor, provided by Child Within
Visual birth plan generated by Motherboard Birth with in depth consultation and guidance on options
Postpartum doula support aims to help make your adjustment as a new family as smooth as possible
With mom as the priority, job responsibilities include: light meal preparation and housework, breast and bottle feeding assistance, caring for baby while you rest, running small errands and so, so, so much more
Day and overnight shifts available
Prenatal visit is included if hired before birth
12 hour minimum contracted hours
$35 per daytime hour $40 per overnight hour
Sibling doula support means that the doula is the primary support for your other child(ren) while you are in labor. This can be at the home or hospital, depending on your preferences.
Includes customized prenatal visits (2) with individualized photo books and age appropriate explanations to walk your child(ren) through the process well before labor begins
Age appropriate activities and childcare during any "waiting" times are included
Child(ren) and family can decide when and how much time they would like for the them to spend in the labor and birth room
For information on Childbirth Education classes, click here!
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