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Three Comfort Measures to Learn for Labor and Birth

There are three types of relaxation: mental, physical, and emotional. From everyday experiences, to pregnancy and even raising children and going through hard times, we find ways as humans to relax during stressful situations. In our Comfort Measures for Labor and Birth Workshop you learn how to relax with all three types, especially for labor […]

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A Diabetic Doula’s Tips for an Unmedicated Hospital Birth

So many women want an unmedicated birth. We see beautiful videos and pictures of women giving birth at home or in birth centers. They are surrounded by family and friends. Maybe they are lounging in a tub, holding they’re new born baby, looking like the very definition of peaceful empowerment. Women see these pictures and […]

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Must Haves for Baby

When browsing the internet for “must haves” when it comes to babies, the lists are so long. There are several things that are really nice to have, but not necessarily NEEDS. Here are 4 things that I feel are NEEDS when it comes to having a new baby. Diapers Whether you use cloth or disposable, […]

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What to Eat Wednesday – Mug Brownie

Sometimes you just want a little dessert without involving the entire kitchen. Today’s What to Eat Wednesday fills that role and will even help a momma with her own Mother’s Day celebrating. Simple ingredients and quick prep make this recipe one that will be on repeat and made by memory. We love having our student’s […]

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What’s in Your Diaper Bag?

I’m a minimalist when it comes to diaper bags. There are just a few basics that are needed and the rest is pretty much personal preference. So here we go. Diapers and Wipes Every diaper bag needs diapers because babies use them all the time. Wipes are a pretty obvious follow up because they are […]

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What to Eat Wednesday – Venison Meatballs

We have the “best meatball recipe” shared with us by Leah Hall. She is a current student of our founder Donna Ryan. They are just finishing up their Comprehensive 10-week class. Leah shared the meatballs with Donna and she cut them up and put them in her veggie soup. They were a hit! “Absolutely delicious!” […]

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A Home Birth: A Birth Boot Camp Birth Story

A Home Birth: A Birth Boot Camp Birth Story Today we share an incredible birth story from Abby. I woke up with a few strong contractions at 5:45 am. I was a few days past 43 weeks and we had a prenatal scheduled with my homebirth midwife that afternoon. I let my husband know I […]

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Childbirth Education Classes in Zionsville, IN with Liz Escoffery

Let’s meet Liz… I have 3 beautiful young children (and 1 lost to miscarriage), and have had each of them in the hospital, 2 with a primary care provider and 1 with a nurse- midwife. My births have all been unmedicated and supported by a doula and my sweet husband. I have experienced and overcome […]

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Let’s Talk Money – Why Certify as a Doula with Birth Boot Camp?

Birth Boot Camp firmly believes in making your training to become a doula as easy and as streamlined as possible. Our program includes everything you’ll need to begin this exciting journey. We have broken it down here so it is easy to understand exactly what you get for your money when you train with Birth […]

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