Daytime Postpartum Doula Services
A postpartum doula provides physical, emotional, and informational support in the days (or weeks and months) following the arrival of your baby. We offer a range of services to nurture you and aid in the transition of adding a new member to your family.
Travel fees apply if your doula travels more than than 10 miles one-way.
Welcome Home: The First Month Postpartum Package
A postpartum doula will come to your home as soon as you like—even the day your baby comes or you arrive home from the hospital—to help nurture your own recovery and/or assist you in caring for your new baby.
The Ultimate Postpartum Deal Package
This package provides a wonderful start for any postpartum family, especially for families who are recovering from a cesarean or challenging birth, or are parenting on short notice.
Around the Clock Care
Sometimes a family needs intensive support to help them smoothly transition to their new life. We provide support in 12, 24, or 36-hour shifts with one or multiple doulas back-to-back to provide plenty of time to truly adjust, rest, and blossom into a good rhythm.
Chinook Book Special
This is a perfect introduction to daytime postpartum doula support at a huge discount. The Chinook Special is two 4-hour visits (8 hours total) for the price of one 4-hour visit.
Back to Work/Fourth Trimester Package
Pregnancy, birth, and adoption are big transitions. Coming out of the fourth trimester is another milestone worth celebrating, but is one that can often feel overwhelming. We are happy to support your transition from our care to other care providers, or to life as an independent family.
It’s A Party: The Multiples Package
Multiple babies are without a doubt, overwhelming and exhausting. They also give more smiles and snuggles as they grow. It may not always feel like it, but a family is very lucky to have multiple babies. A postpartum doula helps a family feel lucky. First and foremost, she helps the family sleep, which makes everything else better.
The Danish Breastfeeding Package
In Denmark, a nurse comes to your home when your baby is one week old to help with breastfeeding and general postpartum care, and continues to visit for the first year. That is what a family-supportive culture looks like, and we hope the US will catch up some day. In the meantime, and instead of moving to Denmark, you can live in beautiful Portland and call Bridgetown Baby.
To contact Bridgetown Baby or schedule a free interview, please visit our contact form.