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What It’s Like To Have A Colorado Mountain Doula Labor Doula At Your Birth

What Does it Look Like to Have a Colorado Mountain  Doula at Your Birth?   You’ve probably at least heard of a doula before. You know that they are hired support persons for labor and delivery and that they’ll probably rub your back and help you breathe through the contractions. But what could having one[…]

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I’m Pregnant. What Do I Do Now?

It’s so easy to become overwhelmed with all the things people say you need to do once you’re carrying another human inside of you. I assure you, everyone from your relatives to someone you bump into from high school to the guy behind you in the checkout line has an opinion about your pregnancy that[…]

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I Wish I Had Hired a Sibling Doula

I wish someone had told me about sibling doulas when I was pregnant with my third baby. My first baby had been born with just my father and step mother by my side. For many reasons, it was a very special time for all of us. My second baby was born in the wee hours[…]

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5 Things I Know About Infant Sleep

Professional doula, Gwendolyn Mccomsey shares her secrets for infant sleep on today’s guest blog. Psst…..I have a secret to tell you. Did you know that you don’t have to suffer with never ending sleepless nights as a parent of a newborn? It’s true. You can set yourself up to have long stretches of sleep pretty[…]

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How To Become a Doula in Colorado………or anywhere else for that matter.

First things first. Becoming a Doula requires doula training, and, if you want to be taken seriously as a professional, you should get certified.  To be taken seriously in the industry, and to be ready to get to work as soon as your training is over, take an in person training. Anyone can read about childbirth[…]

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Free and Low Cost Doulas in Colorado Springs. Things to Consider

Here in Colorado Springs we have a very high concentration of doulas. To my knowledge there are somewhere in the range of 25-40 labor doulas and a handful of postpartum doulas. Regularly, these doulas quit or go into other professions within 2 to 3 years. It’s a demanding job, one that many are not prepared[…]

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