I look forward to getting to know you and your family.
Knowledge is power! One of the central roles of a doula is to provide access to reliable information and resources so that parents can make informed decisions. I also think it’s crucial to get a feel of who your doula is as a person. Because how else are you going to determine whether or not you really want her at your birth? You’ll find tons of information in my blog.
We hired Kim as our doula for our second child and couldn't have been more pleased. Our initial meeting laid out expectations of everybody throughout the birth. During the birth she assisted wherever she was needed, even bringing snacks and drinks! I would absolutely recommend Kim to anybody who is considering having a doula. And for those who don't have a doula, get on board and get one!Leif Bogwald
When we decided to hire a doula, we were told to interview a few to get a feel for who we would be most comfortable with. Kim was the first and last doula we met - an instant "yes"...it felt we'd been friends for years. She's been there for us whenever we've needed support and was an absolute rockstar during labour and delivery. Shawn and Kim were like a well-oiled machine together, my water glass was never empty, and she brought a sense of humor and calm to our room. She even came over and made us waffles once we were home from the hospital and snuggled our William . We would not hesitate recommending Kim to anyone looking for an amazing (and important) part of their birthing team.Heather Carnie
It doesn’t matter whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert; a first-timer or an old pro; a home-birther or hospital-oriented. What matters is that you’re supported. Here’s how I see my role on your birth team.
I just met you and I love you! Ok, maybe that’s a bit of a stretch. But I do think it’s pretty cool that you’re on my site and I want to thank you for visiting by giving you access to a resource page I’ve put together.