Lauren Bernazza

Birth and Postpartum Doula

Lauren specializes in supporting twin + multiples pregnancy,  LGBTQ+ families, women of color, and surrogacy journeys. She is a birth and postpartum doula. Go here to learn about her birth services.

Rates are $30/hr - $40/hr with a minimum of 4hrs for daytime support shifts and 8hrs for overnight support shifts.

My goal is to assist parents as you enter a new phase in your family’s life.   I will provide you with support and insight in both the physical and emotional changes of your postpartum period as well as practical hands-on support with self-care, infant care and adjusting to your new normal. I PROUDLY support families in the LGBTQ community and families that are born through surrogacy and adoption. Every family deserves a doula!

 Here’s a sampling that is by no means exhaustive of all the ways I can help:

  • Non-judgmental support

  • Caring as you recover from vaginal or cesarean birth

  • Breastfeeding and bottle feeding support

  • Implementing systems in your home to best care for baby/babies and yourselves

  • Understanding baby cues

  • Diapering and infant care

  • Baby wearing

  • Meal prep

  • Light housekeeping assistance

  • Help with older siblings

  • Running errands and accompanying you to appointments

  • Resources and referrals

  • Screening for postpartum mood disorders

  • Care for baby/babies when parents need to shower, nap, or spend time with older siblings

  • Talking about and processing your birth/surrogacy/adoption experience in a judgment free zone of support


My support for you will be custom to your needs and your family!  I’m so excited to expand the ways that I can be of service during the birth year for YOU! 

About Lauren Bernazza:

​Lauren Bernazza is a mother of two sets of precocious twins and two rescue mutts. She shares this life with her husband Tim in a wonderful 1960s ranch house in Historic Roswell, GA.    


Lauren holds a BFA in Fine Art from UGA and spent 8 years working in art administration for Fulton County Arts Council and various non-profits. The birth of her first set of twins brought with it an unplanned calling to stay home and raise her family. That choice was the first step on her path to birth work as it allowed her to fully immerse herself  in the world of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting. The surprise of a second set of twins completed her family and encouraged even more research and self-education on childbirth.  


​Lauren has trained with both Carriage House Birth and DONA International and currently serves on the Board of Directors for The Georgia Birth Network.


When not busy doula-ing and enjoying life with her wild brood, Lauren spends time out in nature, completing yoga teacher training, fighting the patriarchy, and spending time with her amazing friends.