One By One Postpartum
One By One Postpartum LLC
Kris (she/they) is a coffee indulgent cat parent to Lilly (seen above). They enjoy Bob's Burgers, almost anything chartreuse, and top tier dad jokes.
They started as a postpartum doula in 2019 after many years of caring for young children, year of early childhood development education and experience as well as supporting others postpartum. As a Black, queer doula - Kris seeks to provide safe spaces to speak openly about parenting and any of its challenges, raising babies in inclusive and anti-racist community and support parents in their natural progression in a realistic approach for their family.
In addition to being a doula, she also co-facilitates peer support groups with a fellow doula at The Postpartum Collective for postpartum parents of all identities.
Training & Education
Postpartum Doula - CAPPA (2019)
Birth Doula - DONA (2019)
BBA [Fashion Merchandising& Management] - Berkeley College (2016)
About postpartum support
What does a postpartum doula do ?
A postpartum doula provide physical and emotional support after you bring home your baby.
Postpartum doula support can vary based on what your family may need.
Generally, it covers the following:
Light house work ( running the dishwasher, sweeping, wiping counters, bottle cleaning, baby laundry, etc)
Monitor birth parent for PMADs
Refer out to additional support as needed
Provide references and demos for baby "gear" i.e swaddles, carriers, bottles, toys, etc)
Nursery and some common area organization
Check in with partners
Light meal preparation
Doula support can look different during day and night but typically covers a lot of the things mentioned above.
Day Support $40 | Night Support $45