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DIVERSITY NOTICE 

Mutual understanding, care, and respect are the pillars of our professional collaboration.  We serve all birth persons, partners, individuals, support group, and families of diverse background.  Your unique combination of race, color, language, beliefs, national origin, sexual orientation, sex, gender, different ableness, customs, and religion are just one more reason to honor you for who you are.  

We spend great amount of time preparing our birth plan, but what happens after?    

Did you arrange family to stay with you at home?  Did your friends create a meal train?  Did you consider having a Postpartum Doula to help you adjust?  

There are many thi...

This is how breastfeeding looks like around the world!  

Birthing with dignity,

because every mother deserves the royal treatment 

Our Goal at Fruits of my Labor Birth Services is to help every mother birth with dignity.  If you have any question or need more information...

We know that breast milk will change to cater a baby while he is growing or fighting a cold. When a baby has a rash, I recommend a breast milk bath.  Sore and bloody nipples, add breast milk to it.  Some people will add breast milk to pink eye and say it cured them.  W...

Have you wondered where you stand on the duration of breastfeeding.  81% of women breastfeed from birth, what happens when they get home?  How many continue breastfeeding for 6 months or 12 months?  Read this article to find out. 

What encourages/encouraged yo...

We all know there is the belly and the baby needs to come out from our vagina, but what else do you know? 

I have noticed, when women understand the mechanics of their body during labor, the mama will create a conscious connection with her own body at childbirth.  Teach...

Every person has their own opinion of when newborn babies should have their fist bath.  The truth is you are the parent and you decide when is the right time for your baby.  Typically, babies are taken for a bath after all the newborn screens, skin-to-skin, and baby ha...