at High Street, Maitland, 2323 Australia
I am a qualified Birth Doula in Maitland. I support women birthing at home, hospital or birth center in the Hunter Valley and Newcastle.
106 FB users likes Birth Doula - Cassandra Simm, set it to 35 position in Likes Rating for Maitland, New South Wales in Professional services category
Anyone else a local business owner in Maitland or Newcastle? Feel free to pop your website or FB page in the comments :)
I have updated my website to include the new Doula + Birth Photography package with Angela Hardy Photography Find us here www.callthedoula.com.au and here http://www.angelahardyphotography.com.au/birth-photography/doula-services/ Happy baby making! ;-)
I hope you've all had a nice long weekend with family and friends despite this rain :) Tomorrow, I'll be meeting with a local birth photographer to talk about how we can support women and document the births of their babies, together. How lucky are we! 😊 I'll post up here when we've got a neat package to offer you if you're wanting a doula AND a photographer.
Howdy to my new likers today! Welcome to my humble little page. I just wanted to let you all know that I also have a website www.callthedoula.com.au and I am registered on www.findadoula.com.au too. On my website, my Birth Support package is listed and so too is the price. You'll also find some info about who I am and a little about my own births and how they've inspired me to help other women. If anyone has any questions that aren't answered on the website, just shoot me a msg and we can chat :) Enjoy the weekend!
All emails and msgs replied to, client meetings booked for the next few weeks and massage oil made up. Coffee time!
Well this is a little bit exciting! Later in the week I'll be meeting with a local birth photographer for some serious brain storming (and to gush over birth!) about combining our services into a neat little package for our clients :-D If there's one thing I love more than birth, it's incredible photos of birth ;-P
"A cesarean is a birth, and needs to be treated as one – this includes the creation of a birth plan." This is incredibly close to my heart. A c-section is not easy, it is not always straight forward, it is rife with risks and it has it's place. It is just as important to ensure your needs a met and you are treated with nothing but dignity respect just as you should during vaginal birth. YOU are giving birth. YOU have the control. YOU tell them what you want. http://birthwithoutfearblog.com/…/a-family-centered-cesare…/
Hello wonderful people! Thank you for 'liking' my page It's about time I joined Facebook! Bear with me as I figure it all out x