Postpartum Doulas Make Your Life Easier

Postpartum Doulas

Whether it is your first or the newest sibling, adding a baby to your family is one of the most exciting times in your life. Your postpartum doula is trained and experienced in making this transition as smooth as possible for you. She can help you to learn your baby's feeding cues and to navigate feeding, keeping you comfortable and confident. Your doula is trained to help you identify your parenting philosophies and put them into practice. She can also recognize needs outside of normal postpartum and refer you to resources for further support. Her goal is to nurture the entire family and tailor her services to your unique needs.  

Our doulas are all trained in caring for the entire family as you navigate the sometimes challenging terrain of bringing home your new baby or babies. Clients of Attuned Doula Services benefit from overnight care, daytime shifts or any combination that their family needs. Your postpartum doula can work the minimum 4 hour shift, or work with you for up to 24 hours, there is no need too big or too small. The luxury service our doulas provide differs from the services of a night nanny or baby nurse, because we are experts in not only infant care, but in postpartum adjustment for the family as a whole. Our postpartum doulas often start their services with a family, on their first night home with the Welcome Home Package. This allows a postpartum doula to be on-call for you and meet you when you arrive home with your new baby. They help you settle in, unpack and get ready for a full night of rest in your own bed. They ease you into life at home with this new addition from night one and stay by your side for as long as you need them. We are proud to provide postpartum doulas in McKinney, Frisco, Plano and Allen who are able to attune to your family's needs and fill in the household gaps so everyone can enjoy this special time. 

Call (210) 867-5848 to Speak with a Postpartum Doula Today!


Expert guidance in:

  • Breastfeeding and Bottle Feeding 
  • Newborn Care Instruction 
  • Sibling Care and Adjustment 
  • Meal Planning and Prep 
  • Recognizing Signs of Postpartum Depression 
  • Sleep for the Whole Family 
  • Normal Postpartum Recovery 
  • Facilitating Self-Care