The postpartum doula takes care of the mother and the family. This care allows the new mother to focus her time and energy caring for the new baby and healing after delivery.


A postpartum doula is a trained professional who supports a family in the early months after the birth or addition of a new baby. A doula is very different from a nanny, baby nurse, or night nanny. Nannies are there to care for only the child. A postpartum doula cares for the entire family, while providing education and support. 

Postpartum Doula Support Includes:

  • Postpartum Maternal Care
  • Newborn Care Demonstration
  • In-home Breastfeeding Education and Hands-on Support
  • Milk Storage & Pumping Information
  • Sibling Care & Support
  • Infant and Toddler Development Information
  • General Household Management
  • Errand Running and Meal Preparation
  • Community Referrals

Postpartum Doula does the following:

  • Light house work
  • Meal preparation
  • Infant development education
  • Breast feeding support
  • Running errands
  • Infant care
  • Overnight support

Support Packages


For those families in need of just a few hours of help, they can purchase postpartum support by the hour.



4 days of care, 3 hours each day

Used in the first week after the birth or upon return home from the hospital

12 Total Hours of Care



3 Days a Week, 3 Hours Each Day

4 Weeks of Care

36 Total Hours of Care



3 Nights a Week

7 Hours a Night

6 Week Package