Postpartum Night Doula Support


Postpartum Night Doula Support helps new parents with rest.  The best benefit is during the first two weeks postpartum.  It is especially helpful if your baby has reflux or other feeding challenges.

“Marcie is so loving and kind; just the person I needed in postpartum. She even brought me a warming and nutritious pot of soup, which was like love in a bowl! I had a very difficult birth, and Marcie was there for the aftermath, helping me feel so cared for and loved. She took excellent care of my newborn while I was able to get some much-needed sleep. Very grateful she was part of my postpartum team!”  Miriam

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Minimum hours per night:  8 hrs.  (Fee applies from 10 pm to 6 am or until the extended session is complete.)

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Postpartum Night Doula Support


postpartum night doula

Bonding, successful feedings, and recuperation are very important for new parents. Postpartum night doula support may be important for your goals in the early postpartum. Overnight support is especially helpful if your baby has reflux and/or other feeding challenges.

“Marcie was wonderful. We were in Livingston picking up our adopted daughter after her birth. She was born addicted to subutex and had several rough days of detox at the hospital. We were sending her down to the nurses’ station to get an hour or two of rest and the nurses were just letting her cry.

We brought Marcie in to help us at the hospital as our baby girl basically needed to be held 24 hrs/day to get through her symptoms. Marcie was wonderful. She was gentle and loving towards our girl. She made suggestions to us when we asked but always followed our lead.

When we got out of the hospital she came and helped us a few days at our hotel before we were able to return home. She was commuting almost two hours to get to us and was always pleasant and sweet. She continues to keep in touch and our daughter is now 5 months and healthy and happy at home with us. I would highly recommend using Marcie as a postpartum doula.” Victoria McNulty

Overnight Postpartum Service Include:

  • Individualized care plan
  • Newborn care
  • Emotional support
  • A listening ear
  • Information on resources and referrals needed
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Nurturing of mother and baby
  • Much-needed support for mother to rest

Learn more about postpartum doula day services here.

Learn more about the benefits of Postpartum Doula Support.