We are total nerds about reproduction.
We have fun with our work, and we also approach it reverently and earnestly. We love what we do so much that we read about it in our spare time; we're super fun at cocktail parties. Let us put that passion to work for you; book services now!
Lindsay Miller, RN-BSN, CLD, CCCE, Lactation Educator
Mama bear to: 3 goofy, creative, and active boys.
Favorite beverage: Coffee. Mmmmmm, coffee.
Letters after name: RN-BSN (Bachelor's degree in nursing, Registered Nurse in MA), CLD (Certified Labor Doula), CCCE (CAPPA Certified Childbirth Educator), Lactation Educator.
Years in the biz: 4 as a doula and educator, 13 as RN-BSN
Lives in: Kingston, MA
Particular areas of nerdiness: Women's reproductive health, Labor and birth (I am experienced with a wide array of labors and births including IVF, Vaginal birth after cesarean, twins, single mothers, previous trauma, inductions, and high risk), and revolutionizing the postpartum experience.
What gets me fired up: (in a good way) watching families take an active role in their decision-making. Educating families about their options during pregnancy, birth, and parenthood. When families tell me that they learned so much and felt so empowered during their experience. I take my role in the birth world very seriously, and at the same time help families feel peaceful and enjoy the birthing and postpartum journeys.
Liz Libby, IBCLC, CLC, HBCE, CCCE, CD(DONA)
Mama bear to: Three wild, warm, funny boys. Twins and a little brother.
Favorite beverage: Coffee. Beer? Coffee.
Letters after name: IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant), CLC (Certified Lactation Counselor), HBCE (HypnoBirthing Childbirth Educator), CCCE (CAPPA Certified Childbirth Educator), CD (DONA) (Certified Doula through Doulas of North America; this one is lapsed).
Years in the biz: 8
Lives in: Brewster, MA
Particular areas of nerdiness: Breastfeeding and the science around it. Feminist theory. Reproductive justice.
What gets me fired up: When new or expectant parents get misinformation. Also, loud chewers. What gets me fired up in a good way? Seeing parents own their power over their own bodies and their own experiences. When folks feel good about how they were treated.