Our Promise to You
We will provide continuous non-judgmental support for you and your family, in a caring and respectful manner. We will listen to your thoughts and desires, and implement them as much as possible in your journey. We care deeply for our clients and want you to be completely satisfied at the end of our time together.
Meet our Doulas
Danielle Anthony, CD Birth Arts
Co-Owner | birth Doula | Postpartum Doula
My name is Danielle Anthony. I am a mother of two beautiful boys! I am the wife of a United States Marine. When I was pregnant with my first son, I made the decision to research and find someone that would be there for me. At the time I was under the impression that my husband would not be there for the birth of our son, because he was to deploy a few months before. I knew what I wanted for my birth plan, I wanted a completely natural birth. I wanted to labor at home, then go to the hospital once in active labor. I needed to find someone who believed I could do it and learn how to cope with pain without any medication. I spoke with my family and friends about my birth plan. Most of them thought I was crazy, that I wouldn't be able to accomplish such a feat, and I would end up with an epidural. This is when I decided to find a doula. I had heard that doulas were supportive of any birth the woman wants, and felt she could help me. Gosh she helped, my birth ended up being exactly how I envisioned it. I'm not sure what I would have done without my doula, or what would've become of my birth plan. In any case, she was so amazing she inspired me to become a doula myself.
Now, I am here to care for and support all laboring women, with compassion and a nurturing touch. It is the pregnant woman's decision how she wants her labor and birth to happen. Medicine, or not, I will be here for continuous support no matter her decisions. I am certified with Birth Arts International.
Hillary Ebling, CD(DONA)
Co-Owner | birth Doula | Postpartum DoulA | childbirth educator
My name is Hillary Ebling. My journey to becoming a doula took the long route. I worked in medicine for 5 years before to becoming a doula. During that time, I birthed my daughter (now a high-spirited toddler) and didn’t even know what a doula was! I thought I knew what to expect, but I later learned that I had just skimmed the surface of my options for birth!
When I returned to work, I still loved working with expectant families, but I wanted to be part of a more holistic approach. I wanted to spend more time counseling new parents and support a family throughout their entire pregnancy and birth.
As soon as I learned about the role of doulas and childbirth educators in maternity care, I began my training as both a birth doula and postpartum doula. Now, I am certified through DONA International. I am a trainee through Lamaze International as well so that I can teach childbirth education classes to help families think through their options during their pregnancy. I dedicate my time and energy to empowering expectant families so they may have the best chance of achieving their ideal birth.