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This is a safe space for all, & I am so grateful for that. Endless Love Doula Care is pro-inclusion, LGBTQ+, integrative medicine, informed consent, & evidence-based care. 

I was only a few months into my doula training with Birth Arts International when “Endless Love” came to me as the name to this business, because that is the care that I wish to provide my clients. My wish to all that I work with is that they continually feel heard, cared for, supported, & confident in their choices. 

My daughter Octavia’s pregnancy & birth in 2019 was nothing short of challenging & traumatic. In hindsight with the information I know now, I wish I would’ve had someone in my corner (aside from my loving husband) to ease my worries & guide me through my high-risk pregnancy. So much of what I went through could have been prevented.

My daughter Seraphina’s pregnancy & birth in January of 2021 was a night & day difference to Octavia’s. While we did develop similar conditions that made us higher risk in the end, I worked so hard alongside a wonderful doula & a team of midwives to manage symptoms through nutrition & holistic remedies. Together we chose the best course of action for my mental & physical well-being, & had a healing, gentle cesarean section at 34 weeks gestation. While I did mourn the homebirth I had desired, I was so grateful to have autonomy over my birth this time around, & so thankful for my support team.

Birthwork is emotional, sacred, challenging, & can be physically demanding. All birthworkers have their “why” for doing this work, & my daughters’ birth stories are a large part of mine. While I had an interest in being a doula before I had even gotten pregnant back in 2018, their entrances into the world & the way they shaped me during their pregnancies has only solidified my love for this work. 

Pregnancy is an absolutely transformative experience. Thinking back to 17-year-old me finding out she was pregnant, I wish I would have had a better support system as I navigated all of the changes, emotions, & challenges I faced. I wish I would have had somebody to remind me that everything was going to be okay, & that I had final say in my medical care while pregnant. I strive to provide the support that I wish I had on my own journey. This work is personal for me, & I care so deeply about my clients. I sincerely look forward to supporting you.

- Hannah Greenwood

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