Birth Code of Conduct



Basic rules to follow if you're allowed the honor of being in someone's birthing space and this applies to EVERYONE including;

OB's, Midwives, Nurses, Anesthesiologists, etc...

It's actually sad that these things need to be said, but it does. Labor is a lot of work on the body so it's important to respect the birthing person and give them space, time, and peace needed to achieve a physiological birth.




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Babywearing with woven wrap Charleston, SC

A Natural Minded Mama is a Holistic Doula, Nutritionist, Breastfeeding Counselor, Yoga Teacher, Babywearing Educator, Cloth Diapering Educator, Photographer/Videographer, and Natural Parenting Advocate based in Charleston, SC and serving surrounding areas.