As doulas we are always looking to add tools to our doula bag. Clients will often learn in different ways, so having a variety of comfort measures and educational tools can help us connect with you. In today’s blog we are looking at the top 10 items your doula will carry.
Anyone who has ever breastfed knows it can be a tricky thing to get the hang of. Each baby is different, and it may take time to find the right set-up for you and your little one. Postpartum doulas have taken a breastfeeding course as part of their training and can offer many suggestions and real-world solutions to any roadblocks you might be experiencing with breastfeeding.
You may have heard on the news of the possible epidural shortage that’s happening across the globe. What’s really happening is a shortage of epidural tubes (specifically it’s the ink that prints onto the tube that is the shortage).
Your doula will be with you in some of the most intimate, vulnerable and important days of your life. It’s important to take the time to conduct a doula interview before making a decision about having them be a part of your birth or postpartum experience.