Maryland Birth Doula

"The doula you bring with you will be the only person whose sole responsibility is to make you more comfortable and to help you labor as effectively as possible."
     -Ina May's Guide to Childbirth

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My passion is the continuity of care from prenatal through labor and birth to the first few weeks at home.

This unique and complete package includes:

Prenatal Care
  • Several prenatal appointments at your home. You will feel confident in body and pelvic preparedness, knowledge of labor and birth, breastfeeding, and infant care.
  • Virtual prenatal workshops. Topics to include childbirth education, pain management techniques, breastfeeding education, newborn care, and more.
  • Frequent phone calls and texts to answer questions throughout pregnancy and first weeks postpartum.
For Labor, Birth, and Postpartum
  • Be there by your side, with you, through every moment.  I will connect with you on a deep level.  What is your body language telling me?  What do you need that you do not even realize that you need?
  • Physical supports for comfort and proven positions to guide your baby down the birth canal.
  • Advocacy and education throughout labor decisions.
  • Private membership to an intimate community of mommies that have recently given birth.
  • Around one to two weeks, I will provide one overnight shift. You will be able to sleep a full night without interruptions. During my visit, I will provide one on one valuable feedback on your and your baby’s needs.
  • Several postpartum specific freezer meals to nourish and heal your postpartum body.
  • A free baby wearing dance class taught by Jenny at Bel Air Dance Academy.
  • 24 hours/ 7 days a week on call preparedness to attend your labor and birth.

(In order to meet each mommy's specific needs, this package will be custom created and modified during our consultation.)

Let's Work Together

“The doula’s job is to make you as comfortable as possible and to reassure your partner as well. Evidence shows that hiring a doula cuts in half the odds of your having an unnecessary cesarean, forceps, or vacuum delivery. That’s not all! Having a doula also shortens labor by greatly reducing stress, pain, and anxiety.

- Ina May's Guide to Childbirth

Jenny was there to make me feel comfortable, confident and strong in every way. She advocated for me throughout every step of labor to birth and after and did whatever it took to have things go as planned / wished for that was within our control.


My son's birth was chaotic and beautiful; there were moments that I did not think I could go on and she assured me that I could. I will forever be grateful to Jenny for empowering me and supporting me through my son's birth. She was absolutely amazing and my husband and I agree that we do not know what we would have done without her!

Jenny is your cheerleader.  She is able to utilize her talent of encouragement and support seamlessly throughout labor.  You have to have her as your doula.  

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a birth doula?
Why should I consider having a birth doula?
What does a birth doula do during my pregnancy?
Should my partner or my mom be my 'doula'?
Are doulas only for unmedicated births? I plan to have an epidural.
I am already a mother, do I need a birth doula?
Alright, I’m in! Now what?