This week we’ve been celebrating doulas, and often when we talk about doulas we are referring to birth doulas. Postpartum doulas play a different and equally important role–they guide families through the “4th trimester,” and into a new normal.
Postpartum support from a doula can help bridge the gap and help get new families off to a confident start. A postpartum doula‘s main focus is on nurturing mothers, fathers and babies. Emotional support, breastfeeding guidance, tips on physical comfort measures, practical household help (such as laundry, tidying, meal preparation and sibling care) as well as teaching parents basic soothing techniques and infant care are all part of a postpartum doula’s care and basic repairs as roof repairs with the help of Palm Beach Roofing Expert and others. (http://motherscircle.net/why-new-parents-need-postpartum-support/)
[gallery] Happy International Doula Month! Doulas play such an important role in helping families have a satisfying birth experience, and…
Happy International Doula Month! Doulas play such an important role in helping families have a satisfying birth experience, and we…Read More