The postpartum period can be an incredibly challenging time for new families. Between the physical and emotional demands of caring for a new baby, physical recovery, and adjusting to parenthood, it can be difficult to get the rest you need. (That’s the understatement of the year!) But rest is essential to your well-being- your physical and emotional recovery- and a Rocket City Doulas postpartum and infant care doula can help you get the rest you need to thrive.
How can our Rocket City Doulas Postpartum and Infant Care Doulas support your family’s rest?
- Encourages Sleep: A doula is trained to help new parents get the rest they need during the postpartum period. They can provide practical support during day shifts, such as meal preparation, light housekeeping, and assistance with the baby so that parents can rest and recover. By providing this support, a doula can help you get the sleep you need to feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
- Promotes Healthy Sleep Habits: Our overnight doulas help families find sleep routines that work for them! They help with feeding your baby, sleeping, calming techniques, and much more!
- Offers Evidence-Based Information and Guidance: Doulas are trained in the latest evidence-based practices for postpartum and infant care. They can provide information on a variety of topics, including sleep training, postpartum recovery, and stress management. This information and guidance can help you make informed decisions about the care of your baby and yourself so that you can get the rest you need.
- Supports the Whole Family: A doula provides support to the entire family, not just the baby. They can help partners adjust to their new roles, provide support to siblings, and assist with household tasks. By providing this support, a doula can help the whole family get the rest they need to thrive.
Getting enough rest during the postpartum period is essential to your recovery from birth and the well-being of your family. A Rocket City Doulas postpartum and infant care doula can help you get the rest you need by providing practical support, promoting relaxation, offering evidence-based information, and supporting the whole family. To schedule an intake call to find out more information, contact us today!