Laura Johnson

I knew that I wanted a birth doula to assist with my baby’s birth, but I had no idea how important her role would be. Tiffany is a uniquely thoughtful and intuitive person who took the time to deeply listen to my husband and me. In addition to wanting to fully understand our birth preferences, she sought to support my husband in fulfilling the active role he desired and helped us both think through possible considerations we might face during labor. Tiffany established an environment in which I felt extremely safe and supported, both emotionally and physically. She is an experienced childbirth educator, and I think that is a highly valuable attribute for a birth doula. She helped me to do most of my laboring at home, which was important to me, and she knew when it was time to transition to the hospital where I planned to birth.

Tiffany doesn’t have any agenda other than to best help mothers experience and prepare for the birth they envision for themselves. While I was excited to have a child, I very rarely enjoyed being pregnant. I was physically ill and emotionally depressed throughout most of it. It was important to me that a doula be understanding and compassionate about this, and not be too ooey-gooey about pregnancy itself. Tiffany heard that loud and clear, and I never once felt that she believed I “should” be feeling anything other than how I honestly felt. She helped me to be honest and compassionate with myself both prior to and during the birth, which is incredibly important for any mother-to-be. My husband and I are so grateful to have had her in our lives surrounding the birth of our baby. We couldn’t recommend her more highly to other expecting mothers and families.

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