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We have a secret in our culture, it's not that birth is painful, it's that women are strong.

-Laura Stavoe Harm

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Meet the Doulas

Jackie Parisi

Jackie is a mother of two boys, currently living in Stoughton, Wisconsin. In her free time she enjoys being outdoors, hiking, and volunteering her time at her son's school and extra-curricular activities. She also spends a lot of time gardening in her vegetable and flower gardens. She has a BS from the University of Wisconin- River Falls, and she completed her birth and doula education through the Midwest Maternal Child Institute's Perinatal Educator Workshop. She has attended many mothers during birth and loves working with new mothers and future families who are committed to giving their baby the best possible start in life. She believes mothers instinctively know what is best for them and their baby, and she enjoys assisting them in making informed decisions by opening the process of communication. That is where her professional assistance can help you find your way, and what is right for you and your future family by supporting you in whatever way your story unfolds.   

Heather Peschl

Heather is a stay at home mom of 4 kids, ages 16-4 years old. She lived in Madison all of her life until about 10 years ago when her and her family moved to Sun Prairie. She stays very busy with her family, but also enjoys knitting, quilting, and reading when she has some down time. She has an Associate's Degree in Respiratory Therapy, and also completed the Perinatal Educator Workshop at Midwest Maternal Child Institute and doula training through StillBirthday University. She is currently studying to become a midwife and is very excited to be continuing her education in this field. She believes wholeheartedly in the natural birth process and helping women to feel empowered by their bodies and what feels right to them. Her focus is to support women so that they may feel free to birth, and mother, their babies as it feels natural for them.