My name is Sarah. I am a cesarean mom and a two time VBAC mom residing in Omaha, NE. I have been married to my husband for 10 years and we have three beautiful children. My personal birth and postpartum experiences changed the course of my life and set me down the path to becoming a doula. I am currently pursuing certification through DONA International as a Birth Doula and CAPPA as a postpartum doula.
I understand the importance of the day a person sees their child for the first time. It ranks among the most memorable days of a person's life. How a person gives birth and they way they are treated during labor and delivery matters so much.
My role as a doula is to support the birth plan my families design and desire. I am supportive of people laboring and delivering where they feel most comfortable, whether that be at a hospital, birth center, or at home. I do not speak for my clients, but rather empower them to advocate for themselves.
I bring that same support and commitment to the families that I support as an antepartum and postpartum doula. Preparing for a new little one’s arrival while on bedrest can be challenging, and an antepartum doula helps during this stressful time to lessen the burden. As a postpartum doula, I will help ease the fourth trimester transition to help parents feel confident in their new or expanded role.
I am also a VBAC Educator teaching a class to prepare VBAC families for their birth. My VBAC class is designed to help VBAC hopeful families gain knowledge and confidence for their desired birth. My support doesn’t end when the class is over as I remain available for questions through my class participants delivery.
I am affiliated with Greatest Adventure Doula Services for both birth and postpartum doula services.