From the moment you find out that you’re expecting, we will be there with you to provide unbiased support, information, and assistance as you navigate the process of pregnancy. Sometimes, you just need someone to come alongside you through the journey of becoming a parent.
As a prenatal client, we will help you take the guesswork out of pregnancy, adoption, surrogacy, or fostering. With on-call support, in-person appointments, and access to classes and workshops, our expert care is only a call or text away.
Prenatal Support Package
You just found out that you’re adding to your family! Who is going to help answer all of your questions?
Our Prenatal Support Package provides support for families expecting a new member. Clients receive:
Unlimited support via phone, text, and email during doula’s set office hours (will be provided by assigned doula upon contract)
Two (2) scheduled prenatal consultations at home or via video chat
Birth plan creation support and assistance
Feel like you want more in-person support? Find you have additional questions that need in-depth support? Add a prenatal visit to your package!
An in-person visit with a doula to prepare for the arrival of your baby. Topics include: Birth planning, nursery prep, comfort measures, feeding options, and preparing the home
Looking for a birth class in Dayton or Cincinnati to meet your needs? Our private classes are taught in the comfort of your own home and on your own schedule. We promise you and your partner will come away feeling prepared and confident to give birth the way you want to, whether you are first time parents or are adding to your family.
Choose from our 9-hour Preparation for Birth or 3-hour Preparation for Baby courses, or combine both to get a complete, 12-hour series. Short on time or budget? We also offer a 3-hour private Mini Preparation for Birth class that will just cover the must-know basics about birth.
Birth Partner Communication
Writing a Better Birth Plan
Common Pregnancy Complaints
Nutrition and Weight Gain
Common Prenatal Testing in the 2nd & Third Trimester
Anatomy of Labor and Birth
Squeeze, Squat, Squirm: The GPS of Birth
Fetal Position Overview
The Labor Process
The Three Stages of Labor
Trial of Labor and VBAC
Non-Medical Pain Relief
Medical Pain Relief Options
Positions for Labor
Common Interventions You May Encounter
The Welcoming Hour
Infant soothing techniques
Breastfeeding, pumping, and bottle feeding