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    Charlotte Bailey

    Category: Doula

    I am a Doula. I am a mum. I am a sister. I am a friend. I am a Birthing-Badass, a Birth Warrior. I am a champion of women, of pregnant, labouring and postnatal Mamas; an enabler for new parents. I have been a Nanny, a Maternity Nurse, a Student Midwife, a Facilitator for Women’s Empowerment. I have been a stay-at-home mum, a work-at-home mum, an on-demand-breastfeeding mum, a stressed-out-and-sleep-deprived mum, a feeling-isolated-in-my-own-house mum, a my-life-has-turned-to-shit mum, a Postnatal Depression mum. I have been a single mum. I am now a very-happy-well-balanced mum. I am now a Birth Warrior Mum. Read more [...]

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    Lillian Craze

    Hello, I’m Jo Robertson, owner of Lillian Craze Birth Photography.  I’m so happy you’ve discovered birth photography and want to find out more! I love all aspects of birth from the moment you discover two blue lines to the day you hold your baby for the first time after nine long months. Birth photography is providing photographic coverage of your labour, birth and post-partum. These are moments that can not be rehearsed, paused, or reproduced. It only happens ONCE. Hiring a professional birth photographer means that this moment is preserved for a lifetime. I am based in South Wales and Read more [...]

  • Carol Orichi-Eburi

    Category: Doula

    I am a mentored Doula I have always had a huge passion for supporting women during labour, caring for newborns and children as well as empowering the entire family through the journey of parenthood. I offer caring, non-judgemental support by being a good listener and helping mothers and their partners wherever I can. I founded El Recien Doula to physically and mentally support women experiencing child labour. I’m fluent in both English and Spanish and offer my birth and postnatal doula services to women and their families across South West London. I strive to educate and support women so that Read more [...]

  • Sarah Mosier

    I am a British America mother of 3. I came to the doula world from my own experience with a wonderful doula who helped my family and I tremendously for the birth of my last child. Her calm happy energy was so powerful for me that I felt that more people should be able to have the ability for someone to be there as a sounding board, calm reassurance, and positive energy before during and after birth. To pursue this I attended the gurus of all things birth Michel Odent and Lilianna Lammers doula course and gained my accredited status Read more [...]

  • Sarah Stirk

    Fine art pregnancy portraits, clothed or nude, are taken in the comfort of your own home. Using natural light and shade, your ideas and preferences are key to creating a beautiful, lifelong memory of this special time. http://www.sarahstirkpregnancyphotography.com/ About me Sarah Stirk is a London based artist and photographer. Sarah studied fine art at university and has recently completed a Masters in Photojournalism (Distinction). Sarah grew up with an osteopath and a pregnancy yoga teacher as parents. Along side her artwork she practiced pregnancy massage for over 20 years, giving her a sensitivity and ability to make her clients feel Read more [...]

  • Katie Fox

    Category: Doula

    I live in SW London (near Clapham Junction). I have 2 children 1999 and 2001 (actually I can’t call them children, they are teenagers now & let’s not talk about the slamming doors!), so no worries about childcare. I cover all of South and Central London. I have supported births at Chelsea & Westminster, St Georges, Thomas’s, Kings, and The Portland Hospital. I have supported home births, water births, births on the labour ward, VBAC births, and been in theatre supporting C-Sections. I have also supported women with medical problems. I truly believe that every mother has the right to Read more [...]

  • Caroline Zwierzchowska-Dod

    Category: Doula

    Doula Mama Baba celebrates the partnership between parents and their doula to help support the birth and care of a new baby. I am Caroline, an independent birth and postnatal doula working in North/East London, Essex, Herts and Cambridgeshire. I have experience supporting parents of singletons and of twins both at home and in hospital, including support for families experiencing neonatal intensive care. I can offer support antenatally, through labour and birth or postnatally, or for a combination of these stages. I love supporting families of all kinds through the experience of childbirth and beyond, and can offer particular assistance Read more [...]

  • Estelle Sparkes

    Category: Doula

    Hello, my name is Estelle and I am a trained, Doula UK recognised Birth and Postnatal Doula. I am also mother to our beautiful 7-year-old daughter Scarlet, and I live with my loving husband Nick in Wychbold, Worcestershire. As a mum myself, I draw on my own experience as well as my extensive training to support mothers, mums-to-be and families at what is a wonderful, but very vulnerable and challenging, time in their lives. Scarlet was born in hospital with the assistance of a ventouse delivery. After such an uninformed labour and birth, I feel that becoming a birth and Read more [...]

  • Alison Grunwald

    I am a Birth and Postnatal doula serving North West London and surrounding areas. It is a great privilege to support new parents as they enlarge their families and help to make the process as smooth as possible. I inform, educate, support physically and emotionally and use my experience from more than 60 births to guide clients and support them in the early weeks. For those who want to breastfeed their babies, I have nearly 40 years of experience. I am a peer breastfeeding supporter in an NHS hospital and have had training from an Internationally Board Certified lactation consultant. Read more [...]

  • Kat Galbraith

    Category: Doula

    Hello! My name is Kat – I’m a Doula UK recognised birth doula and mentored postnatal doula living in sunny south Birmingham on the Birmingham/Worcestershire border with my Partner, Daughter, a Greek cat and a barmy hound. I’m Mum to three children, 2 boys and a girl aged 26, 21 and 19 respectively. I’m also a grandparent to a 6 and 4 year old who are a constant source of joy in my life. Having had an elective caesarean section with my first child, followed by two VBACS in the 1990’s, I understand the stark contrast that can exist between Read more [...]