Paige Davis

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Birth & Postpartum Doula
Huntsville, Alabama
5 years of experience
About me

I am a birth, postpartum and bereavement doula who is passionate about caring for women through all aspects of their birth journey. Whether I’m educating on labor and birth, supporting through encouragement or a much needed massage, or advocating for your birth preferences, you have someone by your side through every step. Trained in Seattle by some of the best doulas in the business and happy to bring that knowledge back to my hometown.

Certification and training

Birth Doula certification, DONA (2020)

Expecting Joy Apprenticeship (2019)

PALS Doula certification (2020)

Stillbirth Day Bereavement Doula Training, SBD (2021)

Memberships and affiliations

Tricare Provider

Baby and Toddler Sleep Coach Babywearing Birth and Lactation Birth Doula Birth Photographer Birth Support Birth Trauma Breastfeeding Assistance and Support Breastfeeding Consultation Breastfeeding Support Cesarean, Episiotomy and Scar Pain Childbirth Education Evidence-Based Care Exclusive Pumping/Bottle Feeding Grief and Loss High-Risk Pregnancy Home Birth Hypnobirthing Method Infant Care Infertility Labor Doula Lactation Consultation Latch Issues LGBTQ+ Loss and Bereavement Doula Low Milk Supply/Over Supply Natural Birth Natural Childbirth Newborn Care Newborn Prep Nipple and Breast Pain Overnight Newborn Care Parenting Support Perinatal and Infant Loss Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Perinatal Mood Disorders Postpartum Care Postpartum Depression Postpartum Doula Care Postpartum Life Pregnancy Loss Relaxation Techniques Sleep Consultant Support during Labor, Birth, and Postpartum Support in Pregnancy Loss


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Service introduction

Birth support-from pregnancy through postpartum Postpartum support- 4-6 hr shifts to come in and assist in newborn care, or anything to set up the new parents for success. Postpartum Rescue- 1 hr Zoom call to troubleshoot any issues. Bereavement support when there is a loss—allowing someone who is familiar and can walk with you through the process so you’re not alone.

Birth Doula Support
•Custom size birth ball shipped to your home · Two prenatal visits in your home (approx. 1 1/2 hours each) •Design Birth Plan •24/7 phone, text and email support from hire through baby's first 3 months •Continuous labor support on labor day through the first 2 hours postpartum •Physical, emotional support, information and advocacy for you and your partner during all aspects of labor/delivery •Use of my TENS unit, specifically for labor use •Digital birth photography gallery (approx 75-100 unedited images) Immediate breastfeeding guidance during "golden hour" and postpartum •One postpartum visit in your home (during first week) •HSA/FSA cards accepted
USD Flat rate
Virtual Birth Doula Support
•Monthly Zoom calls starting month 5 •Weekly Zoom calls starting week 36 •Design Birth Plan •24/7 phone, text and email support from hire through baby's first 3 months •Continuous Zoom labor support on labor day through the first hour postpartum or •Continuous call/text during labor through first hour postpartum •Emotional support, information, direction, comfort measures and advocacy for you and your partner during all aspects of labor/delivery Immediate virtual breastfeeding guidance during "golden hour" and postpartum •Zoom update calls during first two months scheduled as needed (4 calls max) Price range 500-1000 depending on which services are chosen
USD Flat rate
Postpartum Doula Support
Postpartum care is a service that primarily takes care of the new mom and assisting her as her body heals and her and her partner adjust to the newborn season. That can look differently from family to family. For one it may be taking care of baby while mom showers and takes care of herself. For another it may be light household work that helps set the mom up for success for the rest of the day/week. For some it may be preparing light meals and massage for mom as she rests. It also can include instruction on newborn care. Nighttime it can mean taking care of baby so exhausted parents can have a full nights sleep. •Meeting to create a plan for support •Newborn Specialist to teach or assist in baby care (changing, feedings, bathing, soothing) •Emotional and educational support •Lactation support •Light house cleaning •Light meal prep •Laundry •Sibling care •Grocery pick up •Transportation to postnatal and/or pediatrician appointments (Antenatal support only) Nighttime hours- $30 8 hr minimum
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