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Whose birth is it anyway?


Whose birth is it anyway?

*  choose the gynae that will support you and you will support his/her decisions

*  get a doula to help you too because she sees many labours and births and she could give you valuable information.

*  Read much information on birthing naturally

*  visit the hospital you have chosen and make sure they accept your needs ie.. skin on skin, mother and baby stay together, etc

*  this birth is your choice do not let someone else make it for you!

*  go to ante natal classes

*  the list goes on and on

I am passionate about my doula mums and I stay open to their decisions as these are not mine to make.












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I am living my dream while working with mums and babies. I see mums when they are 34 weeks pregnant and then go to their homes once they go into labour. I stay for the full duration of the labour and after the birth I assist them with breast feeding. I do another visit after the birth to see that all is well and to help where I can.  Mums are always welcome to call me in the event that they have any questions, whether before or after the birth. I am passionate about my work as a doula and I care and love all the families with which I work. Once you have been present at a birth you feel part of the family and it’s wonderful to hear news of the new baby’s life as he or she grows.

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