New orleans' luxury doula service
New Orleans’ premiere doula service, New Orleans Doulas, is a luxury agency dedicated to empowering and supporting expectant and new parents. We cater exclusively to you while providing exceptional labor doulas, postpartum doulas and photography services to meet your family’s needs.
New Orleans is often referred to as the most unique city in the U.S. and New Orleans Doulas is no ordinary doula agency. Just as the array of spices that make up the culture of our area, New Orleans Doulas understands that each family is unique in needs, values, traditions, and beliefs regarding childbirth and childrearing and we are here to accommodate your specific taste buds.
New Orleans Doulas recognizes a family’s strength is attained through strong bonds to the people and culture around it, much like the principles New Orleans is built upon. As part of your birth ensemble, New Orleans Doulas offers supportive services to help strengthen your family's bonds. Your knowledgeable, compassionate, doula will nurture you so that you can enjoy your precious new baby.
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ON THE BLOG
Planning for childbirth is becoming as common as planning a wedding. Birth options have recently improved and a lot of hospitals are becoming what is called baby-friendly. Women are empowering themselves and taking advantage of their options.
I mean who doesn’t love a good gender reveal? It builds the excitement for the baby and it’s a special moment that parents are letting us in on. But it’s still a fairly new trend so we’ve answered some common questions about gender reveal parties for expectant parents!
And after all of that hard work you deserve to sneak your child’s Halloween candy when they go to bed. I mean first of all, you have to check all of the candy to make sure it is safe for them to eat. Secondly, you have to have some of your old favorites that they probably won’t even like or appreciate!
I have a background in counseling, which comes in handy with my labor and postpartum clients. But at this moment it was necessary to use them on myself. Below I’ve listed some techniques that I use.
The photo shows Beyoncé holding the newborns as she is adorned in flowers. The photo is nothing less of fabulous. However, any woman who has had a baby knows that the postpartum period, known as the fourth trimester, is far from fabulous.
Having a baby is exciting, but can also be overwhelming. So, we’ve developed a simple guide to some must-knows for labor options and typical hospital routines and procedures. Below you can find an overview of key terms that can help you create a birth plan.
When I say, "I'm a doula," there's usually a pause of confusion. I"ve even had someone respond once by saying, "Hi Adoula. Nice to meet you. I'm Derrick.”
The word postpartum can give off such a negative vibe. People whisper it like a curse word or an infectious disease.
Now, let’s be real. My black friends think doulas are for “crunchy, granola white women.” Some of them think doula means only natural birth, hippies, and consuming placentas.