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Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I contact my doula?

As often as you would like! The more you communicate with your doula, the better your experience will be. I do ask that my clients check in with me after each of their prenatal visits with their provider. 

How will I know when it is time to go to the hospital?

I accompany my clients while they labor at home and wait until it is time to head to the hospital. We will wait on the birthing mother’s cues to know when it is time to got to he hospital. If I have not made it to their house yet, I ask to speak to the mother over the phone to see how she is handling contractions. 

How many capsules will I get with placenta encapsulation?

This depends on how big your placenta is! Some women get 100 capsules, while others get 200. It varies by the size of your placenta.

How many images will I get with birth photography?

The amount of images that you will receive will depends on how quickly you deliver. I capture moments through labor and delivery to provide to you. 

Do you offer payment plans?

Yes! After my clients pay their retainer fees, they are able to pay on the remainder of their fees until 36 weeks gestation. 

Do you attend home births?

Yes I do! In fact, I absolutely love the atmosphere of home births. I specialize in unmedicated birthing center delivereis and home births.
 
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Moms birth bestie 🤍 Ottie-Lou attended her first births with mom this past week.
• September 2nd• Sweet baby Jude was born. Another precious babe to share a birthday with Kameron. 

One of the sweetest moments from my friend Casey’s birth that I’ll never forget is her looking to her husband and saying she was so happy that she was actually doing this. Casey is a first time mama & had her sweet boy at the birthing center. 🤍
This picture perfectly captures how I felt at this moment in labor. The exhaustion was setting in. I kept searching for different things to find comfort in. In this moment in time a cold rag on my face was what helped the most. 

📸: @photosbypaj 

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