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Something New

Birth is a unique experience, each time. The first time our only point of reference is whatever we have been told, heard or seen through family, friends and the world at large.  After that first time, our birth experiences are woven together with threads from the previous birth(s).   An influence that has to be factored

Timing is everything

It was their third time walking the birth path. The first two births were so different from each other that they were ready for anything, or they thought they were! She had a restless night with the same kind of feelings she had before her second son was born. The discomfort was manageable but not

2017 Stats!

2017 Stats! Over the course of the 2017 year, Foundations Doulas spent 364 hours supporting families during their birth experience. This averages out to 12 hours for the primiparous or first time birthers, and 7.5 hours with the multiparous or second, third, fourth etc birther.   Or another way to look at it is, we spent

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