Planning your birth from a distance

Planning your birth can be an exciting and sometimes challenging task, especially if it is your first.  We will help you along the way.  We will discuss your wishes and what options you have for every step of the way.  During our time together you will learn how to advocate for your birthing preferences.  While we may not be able to support you face to face we can still provide the premium personal support you are used to ahead of time.

  • This is a 2 hour session.  One and a half hours with Steph virtually and about 30 minutes on your own ahead of time.
  • You will be provided with a worksheet to complete before our planning session.  This will help you organize your thoughts about your birth and get us started.
  • Steph will follow up with any resources needed via email.
  • Further consults are offered at a discounted price.

“Once again, THANK YOU so very, very, very much for all that you did to prepare and welcome our little ones to our arms!  I cannot say enough times how lost we would have been with out your great teaching AND your amazing, calming, beautiful help as our Doula!!  You made it all to be the best it could possibly be!!  Thank you!!  I will be forever grateful for you! -Elissa & Jeremy

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“My wife deeply appreciate the caring and personal service that Steph provided for our growing family. I have been through childbirth five times with my wife, two of them home births, and I have seen a range of personalities among the doulas, midwives, nurses, and doctors who have helped us. Steph is simply extraordinary. She took the time to get to know us, she provided the support we desired, but she also knew when to withdraw into the sidelines and let my wife’s labor take its natural course. I wanted to be as hands on as possible, but the fact of the matter is that one person can only do so much. I would recommend to other husbands that money spent on a doula is well spent, since it always helps to have another set of hands to refill a water bottle or massage a laboring mother’s back or handle any of the thousand other little things that come up along the way. Steph did all of these things and more, always with a sense of calm and gentle encouragement.” Ryan MacPherson