Sliding Scale Pricing available to Black, Indigenous, people of color, and LGBTQIA+

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We specialize in Postpartum Doula Support because we fear it is far often overlooked. By offering Postpartum Doula Support, our goal is to reduce your stress, allowing you to pay attention to your body and your baby. Have other older siblings? We love helping the whole family transition during the fourth trimester!

Postpartum doula shifts are typically 3-12 hours long, start anytime after 8am and end no later than 5:30pm, Monday-Friday (see below for night support). We come to your home and offer support, nurturing and compassion for the whole family. We can assist with the many aspects of the first trimester with your new baby. Like feeding baby, breastfeeding and pumping, bathing, household organization, household chores, meal prep, and the list goes on. 

Postpartum Doula Rates start at $40 per hour



Night support can include working with the family throughout the night or your doula will sleep next to your baby in a bassinet or crib for the night while you rest in your room - night nanny style. 

Nighttime Postpartum Doula and/or Night Nanny services are a minimum of 8 hours and up to 10 hours, starting 9pm-10pm and ending as early as 5am and ending no later than 6am. 

Other household support services are limited during a night shift, however we still aim at a minimum to wash all bottle parts, start or finish laundry, and load or unload the dishwasher.

Postpartum Doula Night and Night Nanny Rates start at $50 per hour



Trust us, you want a plan for your postpartum period. You need one. If you don't have one and don't know where to start, let us help you build a plan and ask questions to get you planning in the right direction. 

If you hire us as your postpartum doula, this is part of the package. If you choose to do the plan, and then choose to hire us as your postpartum doula, what you've already paid will be applied to your contract.

2 hours virtually or in-person - $100



Are you having a baby and you need someone to stay at home with your other kiddo while you're at the hospital or birthing center? We are on-call starting at 37 weeks of your estimated due date. We will have one visit ahead of time to get to know your family and routines. And then we will stay with your child(ren) until you return home from the hospital. Our contract includes 24 hours from the time we arrive, with an hourly rate billed for each additional hour.

$1500 / $45 hourly



Perhaps you have decided to not hire a birth doula, but you wish to have support in building your birth plan? As an experienced DONA birth doula we thrive in helping families build their evidence based birth plan that aligns with your goals and feelings around the birth. 

The plans allows you to make many decisions before baby arrives and gives you time to evaluate what options are available and may work best for you and your family.

2-3 hours virtually or in-person - $100

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There are some truly amazing birth doulas in Northern Colorado! We are constantly referring our clients to them. However, if you really want the same doula for your birth and postpartum experience, we are happy to provide this service to a limited number of families.

We support your during your pregnancy to build your birth plan, provide evidence based options, practice comfortable birthing positions with your partner, how to set up your nursery, baby stuff support and more. 




Every newborn caretaker who wishes to have a doula shall have one

Babies are expensive! It seems like one cost after another. Doulas are well worth the investment: Increased self esteem, lowered stress levels, someone to help with every day tasks that ARE daunting when you have a new baby. When a doula is involved, studies have shown vast benefits, including but not limited to, a smoother and more enjoyable labor and birth experience, and by 6 weeks postpartum, lower levels of depression.

Doulas are a covered expense using Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and/or Health Savings Accounts (HSA).

If you wish to pay for doula services using your FSA and/or HSA, you will need to get a letter from your doctor stating you need doula care for medically necessary reasons, in this case the treatment of the medical condition - pregnancy and childbirth. Bare with us here, just navigating the red tape!

You can also get reimbursed for doula services from your HSA and/or FSA account. First we'll invoice and you'll pay for our services. You'll then need to fill out a Letter of Medical Necessity form through your HSA/FSA portal - or you can search online for a template - your medical provider will need to sign the form confirming you have the medical condition of pregnancy. Lastly, file your doula invoice and Letter of Medical Necessity form through your HSA/FSA and get reimbursed!

It's a bit cumbersome, but totally worth the effort to take advantage of your HSA and/or FSA in this capacity. Feel free to reach out if you have questions, as we're happy to help you through the steps. 

Another option is having a doula fund that your baby shower attendees, coworkers, friends and/or family can contribute to. Doula crowd funding! We are are here for it! Gift certificates are also available. 

Sliding Scale Pricing available to Black, Indigenous, people of color, and LGBTQIA+

Please reach out so we may understand your needs and quote the right package for you.