Doula support for expecting people and growing families in Asheville, NC and WNC.

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Enjoy Your Time

This time of transition is an important for growing families. You don’t need to do it alone. As a professional & experienced doula in the Asheville, NC area I am able to offer in-person support in your home or with you at your desired birth location from the moment you consider raising a baby through the first year of your baby(ie)’s time with you.

Get the support you need.

I am a professional birth and postpartum doula. I have years of experience in Asheville, NC and the surrounding WNC area. I pride myself on being available, reliable and inclusive in the services I offer. Every family is unique, with their own set of needs. I will be there for you, supporting you and your growing family.

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ALL Asheville Families

One of the amazing things about parenting, you get to do it your way. As a doula I will be there for you and your growing family through this time of transition. I am there to support you through it all. Whether you want continuous in-person birth doula support, a full year of daytime and overnight postpartum services or anything in the middle, let’s connect and see if I would be a good fit to join your team. I am experienced in natural and medical systems and will meet you where you are. This is your time. 

Doula Service Reviews...

" Elizabeth is one of the most kind-hearted, approachable persons I have ever met. During our pregnancy we met with her and she gave us tools and information that made us feel empowered and safe for our upcoming labor. As a new mom to be, I felt safe in asking her anything and knew her answers would be genuine. When it came time for labor day, Elizabeth was full of energy & suggestions during the 27 hours it took to bring our son into the world. My husband was so thankful that we chose her so that he could rest and be there with me when it was time to push. Thank you Elizabeth for being our Doula!"
Birth Doula Client
Elizabeth is amazing!!! I think of her as the baby whisperer and a mothers cheerleader. And when she came over it was the very first night that my husband and baby had a good nights rest. I decided to stay up with her and learn from her and I’m so glad that I did. I learned so much from our talk and from watching her with the baby. She really helped me feel confident as I am a new mother, taught me about self soothing tricks and was ever so gentle with our little boy. I would highly highly highly recommend having her come over for as many evenings as you need. It’s well worth the cost."

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2 weeks ago

Elizabeth Bloomquist: Birth & Postpartum Doula Services

This is a great article encouraging parents that they are the best advocates for their own family. I remind my clients all the time that after basic and medical needs, if it’s working (or not) for you and your baby, it’s working.

💓”Confidence helps you realize, well some may be the experts in their field, you are the expert in you family.” 💓

By Jackie KelleherParents as Informed Advocates; by Jackie Kelleher is available in the new issue of Pathways Magazine. Order your copy today: bit.ly/1kiU9OR
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4 weeks ago

Elizabeth Bloomquist: Birth & Postpartum Doula Services

As a postpartum doula I give my clients river rocks to walk on & help them onto their raft so they can find moments of peace and joy on their journey down their river. See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Elizabeth Bloomquist: Birth & Postpartum Doula Services

For everyone that has felt the loss of a child, no matter how old, I’m here with you. I often imagine what my two kids that I never watched take a breath on their own would be like or what we would be doing at whatever age they would be now. Today is a day to remember together. You aren’t alone as a member in the worst club in the world. 💕October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Today, Oct 15th, is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Today we remember all the babies born sleeping, those we’ve carried but never met, those we’ve held but could not take home, the ones that came home but could not stay.

Light at candle at 7pm (in your timezone) on October 15 and join the Worldwide Wave of Light as we remember together.

#WAVEOFLIGHT2019
www.postpartum.net/get-help/loss-grief-in-pregnancy-postpartum/
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