Baby Nurse Denver Colorado

Baby Nurse & Overnight Postpartum Care in Denver Colorado

What’s the difference between a Baby Nurse, a Postpartum Doula, and a Newborn Care Specialist?   What Is  A Baby Nurse? The term baby nurse has become a general term used in the U.S. to describe a person who cares for your baby at night. This term gives the impression of a trained medical nurse,[…]

Should I Sleep Train My Baby?

Should I Sleep Train My Baby? – Postpartum Doulas in Colorado Springs

Should I Sleep Train My Baby?   Being a postpartum doula and a mother, every single day I read a post or an article online somewhere about sleep training babies, and there are ALWAYS very big emotions and opinions around it. Parents post in local groups asking Why won’t my baby sleep? What do I[…]

social media and babies

Social Media & Babies

It’s 2019, and that means everything and everyone is on the ‘gram – including real-life pregnancy and birth. Some people are a little more private about their experience, and that’s okay. But if you’re like a lot of modern parents, you are planning to document your journey from bump to baby on Facebook, Instagram, or[…]

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Birth – Processing Your Experience

Your baby has been born, and you’re settling in at home – but is the experience really “over” unless you’ve been able to process what just happened? Whether your birth was smooth or complicated, long or short, scary or satisfying, it is vital to spend some time in reflection after one of the most high-impact[…]

4th Trimester - Colorado Mountain Doulas

The 4th Trimester 411

4th Trimester Information In our society, we make a big fuss over pregnancy. We do lots of research, ask our doctors before even thinking of trying a new food or activity, and write detailed birth plans for our special day. But strangely enough, few of us ever take the time to study and prepare for[…]

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Getting Your Groove Thing Back after Baby

  You’ve delivered your baby, figured out the whole feeding and burping thing, and settled into something vaguely resembling a routine. You’re healed up and doing human activities again. Well, most of them. The six-week mark on the calendar is looming and you’re not quite sure how to feel… That’s right, we’re talking about the[…]

Flying with a baby - Colorado Mountain Doulas

5 Tips for Flying with a Baby in CO

  Whether your baby is a few weeks old or several months old, when you realize that you’re about to go on Baby’s First Plane Trip you might get a little nervous. What if the baby gets hungry? What if she cries and the other passengers are rude about it? Am I supposed to take[…]

Mastitis - Colorado Mountain Doulas

I Might Have Mastitis: What Should I Do?

Mastitis: a funny sounding word for a not-so-funny condition. All too many nursing mothers have experienced rapid-onset breast pain, fever, and chills that mark a breast infection. Let’s learn a little more about this common mother’s problem – what it is, and what you should do if you have mastitis. What is Mastitis? Simply put,[…]

cluster feeding - Colorado Mountain Doulas

What is Cluster Feeding and How Do I Survive it?

“My baby is using me as a pacifier!” “My baby wants to do nothing but nurse all day.” “My baby is a week old, but most nights I’m stuck nursing for what feels like hours at a time.” These questions come from almost every new parent as the shock of providing 24/7 on-demand infant care[…]

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Before you get started, we'd like you to know that we are booked for overnight postpartum care until February 2022. We're also getting very close to being fully booked with birth doula services until that time as well.

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