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The current fees pay for all of time spent with and on the preparation for your child’s birth. It is also a reflection of Sarah's extensive 11+ year experience with over 200 births attended and 4,000+ hours that she has spent serving and supporting families before, during, and after pregnancy.


This is an in-person, 3 hour prep class with Sarah! Although she has a plan for how to approach this information, it will ultimately be tailored to your needs.

It will include the following:

  • Having a healthy pregnancy

  • Signs and stages of labor

  • Comfort measures

  • Teaching your support person how to utilize comfort measures

  • Medications, procedures, etc.

  • First 2 hours with baby

  • Breastfeeding tips

  • Swaddling tips

  • Transitioning to home with baby

  • Recommended Book List

  • Resource list (lactation consultants, pelvic health, chiropractor options)

  • Handouts (coping suggestions, healthy snack choices, birth plan examples, etc. )


During this time of craziness it seems that doula support is even more important than ever, but even harder to have a doula with you at certain hospitals.


To help in whatever way she can, Sarah is offering virtual support during your pregnancy, birth and postpartum.


It will Include the following:

  • 2 prenatal visits

  • Labor & birth support

  • 1 week of postpartum support


You will have access to Sarah via text, phone, skype, and any other form of video call. She will help you figure out this “new” process with 11+ years of experience to back it up.


Includes prenatal meetings, labor, birth, postpartum, and breastfeeding support. Email, phone, and text support through your birth and postpartum period as well as birth photos if you would like.

It will include the following:


  • Prenatal Support: Sarah prefers to meet at least twice before labor begins. This allows time to discuss your birth wishes, how she can support you, coping with labor, helping to write a birth plan (if desired), etc. She will also help you prepare ahead of time for your postpartum recovery which is very important to think about this before the time arrives.

  • Labor and Birth Support: Sarah will arrive to your designated birthing place whenever you are ready for her.  She will offer informational support during labor and will also help with position changes, relaxation techniques, massage, acupressure and support for your partner. If requested, Sarah will stay up to 2 hours after the birth of your baby to help with breastfeeding.

  • Postpartum Support: Sarah will offer up to 2 weeks of postpartum support via text or phone. She will do an in-home postpartum visit once you are settled in at home. She will assist with recovery, newborn care, and community resources that may be of help. She will also present you with your birth timeline and photos at your postpartum visit.


 Sarah will take approximately 10-20 photos during labor (tastefully done) and baby’s first moments, as she is able. This is included in your birth package and these will be given to you on a USB during your postpartum visit.

*Please note that should your birthing location be outside of a 50 mile radius there will be an increase in fee to accommodate travel time.


This support is ideal for all parents including first time parents or parents with other children at home.

This package includes extra help with breastfeeding, parenting, soothing techniques and more.

  • 4 hour (daytime) postpartum support – $120.00 

  • 5 hour (evening) “extra hands” postpartum support
    (example: 5 -10pm or 6pm -11pm) – $140.00

  • 10 hour (overnight) support – $300.00


Sarah will also create a postpartum support package that serves your individual needs.

*Please note that should your location be outside of a 50 mile radius there will be an increase in fee to accommodate travel time.

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