Are we booked your due date or didn't quite fit your needs? Need a lactation consultant or other local resources? Below are trusted and experience resources, many of whom I've personally worked with and come highly recommended in our area - Emily


Abdominal belly binding postnatal care set (included with doula services)

Authors we recommend

Belly binding (prenatal and postpartum) & baby wearing

Birth centers & midwives of color

Caterer / private celebrity chef - for events or in home experiences

Chiropractors & infant adjustments

Chiropractor in Charlotte - Dr. Scarnecchia

Classes- hypnobabies


CPM (certified professional midwife), LM (licensed midwife), natural childbirth educator AAHCC, doula- Jen Kitchton

Dairy allergy nursing substitutions

Doula for career women - Lindsay Michels

Doula highly experienced and natural minded- Helen Herzig

Happiest baby on the block - soothing baby

Increasing milk supply mothers milk bars

Lactation consultant

Maternal support & Fetal positioning during labor

Mommy & me yoga and massage -

MTHFR mutation supplement & information

NILMDTS photographer - Shelley Pack

Nursing issues- tongue & lip Ties & dental surgeon


Parenting & birthing Class - Liz Hudsen

Pediatrics in Charlotte


Pelvic floor issues - Dr. Michelle Benoit makes house calls!

Photographer- posed newborn - Samantha Bachand

Photographer- birth and lifestyle  - Amber Denae

Photographer - light and airy wedding and couples-

Placenta encapsulation

Preeclamsia -

Preventing** preeclampsia (follow doctors orders at onset of preeclampsia and discuss all supplements with care provider!):

  • Calcium. If you have low levels of calcium, or are at risk for high blood pressure, some studies show 2,000 mg of calcium per day may lower the risk of developing preeclampsia.

  • Vitamin D. Some studies suggest that having low levels of vitamin D raise a pregnant woman's risk for preeclampsia. One preliminary study found that taking vitamin D supplements appeared to reduce the risk of preeclampsia. However, women in the study also consumed high levels of omega-3 fatty acids (found in fish oil). So researchers are not sure if it was vitamin D or the combination that reduced the risk.

  • Folic acid and vitamin B6. May help prevent symptoms in women with a history of preeclampsia and high homocysteine levels. One study found a reduction in preeclampsia with supplementation of a multivitamin with folic acid.

  • Vitamin C and vitamin E.

  • Lycopene.

  • Magnesium. ( we recommend a calcium-Magnesium supplement for ALL clients for pelvic pain, cramps and irritable uterus from onset of pregnancy)

  • Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10).

  • Low dose aspirin. (**confirm with doctor)

  • Hawthorn berries (Crataegus laevigata)

  • Cramp bark (Viburnum opulus)

  • Milk thistle (Silybum marianum)

  • acupuncture for blood pressure reduction

  • exercise for blood flow

Steam cleaning before & after home birth or for little crawlers

Student midwife, natural childbirth educator, doula, plexus ambassador, herbalist- Brooke Atkinson

Supplements we love-

Therapist- experienced in postpartum depression and trauma

More resources will be added soon! Connect with us below with any questions or needs, we are here to support and serve local moms!