Give Babied! Items that support our scholarship fund
We are putting together doula hand crafted decadent labor kits with our favorite doula tested and doula approved products available to you.
Enhance your labor with a spa-like atmosphere of lavender aromatherapy, cooling body and linen mist, indulging massage oil for hands, feet, back and beyond, and LED tea light candles to provide a better mood than those fluorescent hospital lights. Your labor can be a day at the spa. This kit is available by donation, with a suggested donation of $10. 100% of proceeds will go to the Get Babied scholarship fund which provides classes, birth and postpartum doula services to under served women of the community. Kits are available at the Get Babied office at any Meet the Doulas Night, appointment, class or massage. You can also order your online and have it shipped to your home. Makes a great gift for any pregnant friend or family member, so buy one for yourself and for members of your gift list.
Our Get Babied! onesies are a fundraising item for our scholarship fund that will help women who might otherwise not be able to afford a doula.
The onesies are a $12.99 donation(50% of proceeds go to the scholarship fund). They are size 6-9 months. If you have a bigger baby let us know! The color options for the onesies themselves are white, blue stripe, purple stripe, brown stripe, and pink stripe. The ink colors are hot pink, red, or black. Let us know what combination you want (most colors are available in the office, if you are having it shipped we can custom print it for you to your preference, just include with your paypal payment the options you’d like).
Pick one up at a Meet the Doulas Night or we can ship you one for the cost of postage.
Boobie Beanies! $12.99 donation and your baby will have the coolest hat in town.
She’s done it! She’s discovered the hand-made forcefield to combat all the hostility against public breastfeeding. It’s not that people are disgusted by the open display of motherhood. They’re just pissed that that doughy little baby head is getting in the way of a sweet boob flash. This “Boobie Beanie,” allows moms to feed their babies in any location, while appeasing public breastfeeding critics who think breasts should be used less for infant sustenance and more for Spring Break wild-going.