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A labor doula is a non-medical member of your birth team who provides continuous physical, emotional and informational support to you and your partner. Studies show that families who have doula support have better outcomes for both mom and baby. We can help you achieve a positive rewarding birth experience.
We have supported families who have chosen hospital birth, home birth, natural birth, induction, epidural birth, cesarean, family-centered C-section, VBAC, and repeat C-section.
Capture those precious moments with your little one with photography. Tailor an intimate photography session with your family for maternity, labor & birth, newborn, and more.
Photographer, Rebecca, specializes in using natural light to create beautiful sessions that are both fun and professional. Photos can be shared with your loved ones and they also make excellent gifts or baby announcements.
Feel more confident transitioning into parenthood and caring for your newborn at home with postpartum care. You will receive quality in home support tailored to your family's needs for newborn care, gentle sleep and soothing techniques for baby, breastfeeding or bottle feeding, physical and emotional support for mom and partner.
We also provide healthy meal preparation, errands, grocery shopping, baby/parent laundry, sibling care and light household tasks; so you will have more time to recover, sleep, and bond with your baby.
Orange Blossom Doula Services offers group or private classes for comfort measures in labor and infant massage education. You and your partner(s) will learn ways to manage labor, ideal positions for labor and pushing, and ways for your partner to support you.
Our infant massage classes teach massage strokes that can help your baby sleep better and longer, soothe baby digestion (gas, colic, constipation) and improve your baby's overall infant development.
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For families who do not wish to have a labor doula attend their birth, birth planning options are available. Learn ways to advocate for your birth and establish a positive relationship with your medical team.
Learn comfort measures, relaxation techniques and positions for labor so your birth partner can support you with confidence. These techniques are excellent for families planning an un-medicated birth or an epidural birth.