Mothers Heart Birthing Services
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As a Doula my job, my passion, is to serve you as you journey into motherhood. I provide educational, emotional and physical support for you and your partner.
Consuming your placenta can help you recover faster, help with post-partum depression and allow you to have more energy as you take care of your little one.
“dude-la” for Partners
Imagine the birth of your child where you are able to focus completely on your partner, not worry about if what you are doing is the ‘best’ for the new mom.
Natural Birth Education
When I was pregnant with my first child I was living in Mexico, working with a non-profit organization. We helped those who were at-risk and living in extreme poverty. It seemed the cultural norm that pregnant women went through their pregnancy without really understanding what their body was going through and they didn’t know what to expect during birth. They were going through their pregnancy with a huge void in a vital part of their motherhood journey – support and knowledge. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to take birthing classes and I was surrounded by supportive and loving people during my birth in San Diego. I saw what a difference it made in my experience verse the experience of those I knew who didn’t have the opportunity to learn. When my daughter was born something else was born along with her--a passion to help women have the same opportunity I did – to have education and support during pregnancy, labor, birth, and postpartum.
MOTHERS HEART BIRTHING SERVICES
Need help on how to write a birth plan? It’s an important document that is drafted by the expecting parents about how they plan on having their birth go. But, the thing is birth often doesn’t follow our plans, so it is good to look at all possible outcomes and our preferences if things shouldn’t follow our perfect plan.
So you are laboring at home and things are progressing well; contractions are 3-4 minutes apart and you head to the hospital. You are monitored for 20 minutes and only have two contractions and they aren’t as intense as they were at home. What happened? Were you imagining it?
Did you know that fear and anxiety can affect labor? When we are afraid our body tenses up and releases adrenaline. Let’s talk about each of these effects. One of our first reactions, when we are afraid, is to tense up…
One question people I hear quite often is why I became a doula and a childbirth educator. I love answering it because it encompasses my whole philosophy of birth. It started during my pregnancy with my first child…