We love meeting and encouraging new families! It’s important for you to choose a doula who you feel comfortable with and wholeheartedly believe will give you the support you are looking for in helping you navigate the early days of parenthood.
The best way to get to know us is to schedule a one-on-one consultation with a Cradled in Love Doula. Simply complete our contact form and we will be in touch to schedule your complimentary initial consultation. If time is limited, we are happy to schedule a phone or video chat, too!
Your Postpartum Doula is Ready to Serve You
Our amazing doula team is ready to serve you in the Upstate area of South Carolina (Greenville, Spartanburg, Laurens, Anderson). Our doulas will happily assist as you learn about caring for your baby while allowing you to be able to better meet your own needs (you know, like sleep!).
With a Cradled in Love Postpartum Doula, you have a whole team to support you! You will choose your Primary Doula who will be your main support doula while having Backup Doulas available in the event you need bonus hours and your Primary Doula is unavailable.
Your Cradled in Love Doula meets the highest stands of care, knowledge, support, and compassion. In additional to professional training and continued education, the Cradled in Love Team has mothered 19 children combined. You will be in good hands when you (and baby) are Cradled in Love.
Benefits of a Postpartum Doula
“A postpartum doula is there to help a new family in those first days and weeks after bringing home a new baby. Research shows that moms, dads and babies have an easier time with this transition if a good support team is in place.”
– American Pregnancy Association
“A postpartum doula is a professional support person who’s trained to help not only the baby, but the family as well, in the days or months after birth,”
– Aliza Bancoff, a birth and postpartum doula in Philadelphia and founder of International Doula Institute
“A postpartum doula can be a huge help during those first few weeks with a newborn, offering breastfeeding support, overnight assistance and more.”
– Today’s Parent, article: How Postpartum Doulas Can Help Parents through the First Weeks With a New Baby by Louise Gleeson on August 23, 2017
“In the first few days that moms are at home, all the attention is often on the new baby – which is important and necessary! However, because dads often return to work immediately (or don’t take any time off at all) this often results in moms getting little to no postpartum support. Ultimately, moms suffer because of it. In fact, the whole family does. That’s why the support of a postpartum doula can be invaluable….”
Postpartum Doula Support Services
Prenatal Planning Visit
Your Prenatal visit will last for 60 minutes. During this visit, your doula will answer questions and share information about postpartum care for you and your baby. Your Postpartum Doula will listen to your concerns and help formulate a plan that offers you the best support.
Dedicated Doula Team
You should have complete peace of mind when it comes to adjusting to life with a new baby. That is why you will have a Primary Doula and Backup Doulas on your Doula Team. You will have extra confidence in knowing that you have a doula team supporting you and your new baby.
Daytime Postpartum Visits: minimum of 3 hours each
Nighttime Postpartum Visits: minimum of 8 hours each
Postpartum Visit Hourly Rate: $30
Package Hourly Rate (24+ hours): $25
If one of the above packages will not meet your needs, then let’s talk. Together, we can devise a custom package that will give you the support you need.
What to Expect with Postpartum Support
We are happy to assist with the following:
Care for baby while mom rests, showers, etc.
- Help with feedings to include breastfeeding support, pumping support, and bottle feeding.
Companionship: Motherhood can get lonely and we are happy to just keep you company
Refer to other specialty services if there is a concern out of our scope
Assist in organizing the nursery
Assist in choosing baby products
Light meal prep
Light house work: baby laundry, sanitize bottles/pump parts/pacis, general tidying
Set an alarm if needed to keep baby on schedule as we will sleep when baby sleeps on a night shift
We will happily refer you to trusted specialists if you need:
Any medical/clinical support including a lactation specialist
A 25% retainer fee is due when you sign a contract. Once you sign a contract, your Postpartum Doula will schedule the Prenatal Planning Visit. The balance of your fee is due before the start of Postpartum Support Services. We are happy to discuss payment arrangements and set up a payment plan during the prenatal period to help you budget for services offered by Cradled in Love Birth Services.
How Can We Help?
Please complete the short inquiry form to the left. We strive to respond within 24 hours. If you would prefer to call/text, we can be reached at 864-735-8838.
Call: (864) 735-8838
Proudly Serving the South Carolina Upstate
We serve in the following Upstate locations in SC: Greenville Memorial Hospital, Greenville Midwifery, Saint Francis Hospital (Greenville), Patewood Hospital (Greenville), Laurens Memorial Hospital, Greer Memorial Hospital, AnMed Health (Anderson), Easley Baptist Medical Hospital, Spartanburg Regional Hospital, Carolina Waterbirth (Simpsonville), and Labors of Love Birth Center (Spartanburg). We will also serve at midwife attended home births. If your birth location is not listed, please contact us for availability.
Childbirth classes are offered as group classes and private classes. We currently offer Christian Childbirth Education and a Spinning Babies® Parent’s Class at various locations in the Upstate.