Happy Spring! We are so so glad to finally say goodbye to winter - though we are still knee deep in snow here!
World Doula Week was started back in March 2011. The purpose was to empower doulas all over the world to improve the physiological, social, emotional, and psychological health of women, newborns and families in birth and in the postpartum period.
This year's theme is "Doulas Help Make It Happen"! Doulas are there to support, inform, encourage, and facilitate the beginnings of happy and healthy families everywhere.
This year, here at Maternal Oak Doula, we have some HUGE giveaways in store for you throughout the week! Even though we are no longer taking clients for the remainder of 2018 due to our own little babe on the way in early July, we will still be active in the community - pushing for change, education, support, guidance and love for pregnant and/or postpartum mothers & their families. We also stand by every single one of these products that we have teamed up with to give away. We personally use them and adore them, which is why they were selected for this collaboration! So stayed tuned...
Every day we will be posting a new prize, and you will have the remainder of the week to enter. Head on over to our blog, here, to enter daily starting March 22, 2018 & and don't forget to tell your friends!
We won't be telling you exactly WHAT we will be giving away, but we will spill the beans on what companies have donated!
Canadian DIY Supply
Little Bean Threads
Parker and Posie
True North Ring Slings
Make sure you head on over to their websites and check out all their amazing products so you know what may be in store! I'd also love to add that all these shops are small Canadian mama/papa shops that I love and support myself! It was very important to me to support local & Canadian retailers as much as possible with this giveaway - because when you shop local you make a mama/papa makers dreams come true & put food on their tables for their families!
Kayla is a mom to three sons, wife, and doula. She works within the Shuswap/Okanagan Region providing mothers and their families with a whealth of knowledge and support in all things fertility, pregnancy, birth and beyond.