As a birth Doula, I have noticed that each and every birthing mother handles her labor/birth in her own and unique way. Some are calm, determined and just breathe; others have great control with wonderful voice expression and some really find their rhythm and rock their baby out. No matter what is said or not
krisha crosley doula
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Here he comes into your arms, covered in vernix and taking his first few breaths, the moment you have worked so hard for and waited for since you found out you were pregnant. The great release and feeling of your baby from your womb to your chest is almost overwhelming. What do you do next?
The most effective laboring positions for giving birth are the ones that help baby descend through the birth canal the easiest and quickest. There are positions that make the contractions more painful or less painful; some positions add unnecessary pressure others relieve pressure. Working with your partner and birth Doula can help you find the
Recently as a birth Doula I have noticed that the baby’s position is not ideal for birth, such as transverse (lying sideways in uterus), breech (babys bottom is down) or being posterior (baby facing forward). This isn’t the case for all babies, but it does seem baby’s position is not ideal for delivery and labor
Birth Doulas in the past have had the problem of helping our clients take their placenta home for placenta encapsulation. 2015 legislative session passed HB 1670 making the placenta able to go home with the birthing mother from the hospital. This bill takes full affect in January 2016. This is totally exciting among birthing mothers
I have really enjoyed being a Doula so far!!! I have been trained by DONA and wanted to further my Doula education and techniques. I just recently trained with Birth Boot Camp Doulas (BBCD) and became certified!!! I feel like I am overall more educated in different areas of the birthing process, techniques and postpartum.
The last couple of weeks I have attended a local breastfeeding support group, For Baby’s Sake, http://www.forbabiessake.com with 3 other birth Doulas. Wow! I could have really used a support group like this when my little ones were breastfeeding. They have 2 meeting locations every Tuesday night at 7pm, one in Hurst, Tx and the other
Over the last year, I have really taken an interest in the use of essential oils for my family. What I was lacking was the education. I was introduced to the course Aromatherapy for Pregnancy, Birth and Postpartum via another Doula. I signed up for the online class and worked my way through it pretty
I highly recommend this book! It is a really fast read and tells a wonderful, amazing story of how a momma desires and does what it takes to achieve her all natural vaginally birth after 2 caesarians. There was nothing she didn’t try to find her way to achieving her successful VBAC. As a birth