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Birth and Postpartum Doula


I was born in Northern California and raised in San Diego, California. Two months ago my boyfriend and I packed up my car and two dogs and relocated to Georgia! I began my career as a caregiver in 2011 at the ripe age of 18! I have been a career nanny for nearly 12 years, I have taught grades K-5th, and for the past 5 years I have been motivated to shift my path and focus towards birth and postpartum support.

I have continued to develop my expertise over the past 12 years and received my Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Psychology with a minor in Child Development in 2015 from the University of California, San Diego. In 2017 I received my multi-subject teaching credential for grades K-5th and in 2019 I received my pregnancy, birth, postpartum doula certification through DONA and Newborn Care Specialist Certification through One Moon Doula. 


I can confidently say that being a caregiver is my purpose. It is what has guided me and sustained me my entire life and I know will continue to do so for years to come. It has shifted the pain of being raised without a mother since I was an infant and has helped me make an impact on the world, one mom at a time. 


I believe birth belongs to women, and in a society that rushes away pregnancy, we can choose to honor it. Every birth is special, and everyone can benefit from having a doula every step of the way. My gift to others as a doula and birth worker is helping them walk this journey themselves.

Pregnancy & Birth Support Packages Include (but certainly not limited to):

  • Two prenatal visits (approximately 1 hour each) to get to know your unique preferences.

  • Unlimited e-mail/text/phone support throughout pregnancy.

  • Reachable 24/7 beginning three weeks prior to your estimated due date.

  • Private access to the client portal that is packed with great information, articles and videos!

  • Facilitation of your birth vision (comfort measures, aromatherapy, music, prayers/scriptures, etc.)

  • Photos and recorded information of birth story, unless otherwise requested.

  • Working with your partner (if applicable) to establish/ maintain a peaceful & positive environment.

  • Working with the providers to establish rapport and ensure that you have enough information to make informed decisions about your care.

  • Working with the nursing staff (if applicable) to maintain the positive language and affirmations that are encouraged throughout the journey. 

  • Immediately following birth, 1-2 hours of on-site postnatal support 

  • An in-home postnatal follow-up visit (approximately 2 hours).


Postpartum Packages Include (but certainly not limited to):

  • Breastfeeding support (or referral to a lactation consultant).

  • Troubleshooting with feeding and sleeping cycles.

  • Spending time with your baby so you can rest, bathe, etc.

  • Light household tasks (laundry, tidying, organizing, etc.).

  • Assistance with after-birth healing (physically, mentally, etc.).

  • Helping with baby care (and infant care if applicable)

  • Run errands (grocery shopping, drop-off/ pick-ups at school or appointments, dog walking, etc.).

Get In Touch with Monica!

Expect to hear back from Monica within 24 hours!

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