My husband and I loved working with Tiffany.
From our very first meeting, she was approachable and easy going and made us feel confident with her wide breadth of knowledge. She has attended many births in a variety of settings and this was very important to us in chosing a doula. Having experience with everything from home to hospital births, medicated or unmedicated, she can approach each individual birth without agenda or bias, there to help you have whatever kind of birth you chose in the best way possible.
We elected to have an unmedicated hospital birth, and Tiffany pointed us in the direction of additional resources beyond our birth classes so that we could be as educated as possible. She also helped us form our list of birth intentions thoughtfully. When it came time for our little one to be born, she was an invaluable member of our team. Not only was she a calming and supportive presence in the room. but it turns out that she taught my husband the one coping technique that I relied on the most! The best part was that she helped him to help me.
Thank you, Tiffany, for helping us have the empowering and intimate birth experience that we had hoped for!
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I've never worked with a woman who fought so hard for her VBAC. Not only was she a VBAC, she was a VBA3C.
Labor was spontaneous as she had declined her scheduled C-Section a week before she went into labor.
She declined starting her labor with AROM (artificial rupture of membranes) 4 days before she spontaneous SROMed (spontaneous rupture of membranes) on her own.
She declined having her cervical lip pushed back and waiting 5 hours with very few contractions for her body to take over and start on its own.
SHE believed in her body so much, and she did it.
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