The Birth of Our Own Children Drives Us to Help Others.
Tye and Veronica fell in love and blended their families.
Tye and Veronica welcomed their son into the world.
Tye and Veronica celebrated their marriage with family and friends.
We started to wonder how we could support birthing women.
Tye and Veronica’s youngest daughter
Our brand, Lamha Cumasach was started and we began our Doula business.
the story behind
I always felt like birth was supposed to be a beautiful experience. There was nothing glamorous about the birth of my baby. I started to search for answers about why I felt this way and went through such an unpleasant experience. Then, I discovered the doula practice. I never knew I had options, and I feel that everyone needs to know that there is a better way. We are mothers and trained doulas who have been through this process and have children ourselves.
We Had These Concerns Too
Before our first child was born, we had the same worries and questions. We were there, too.
How should I handle a situation in the hospital as a dad?
Is it safe to give birth at home without a doctor?
What if something goes wrong during the birth?
Meet The Founders
Tye & Veronica Jones
Your Doula is the one constant along your journey.
Your nurses and doctors may change – but your Doula will always be there for you. Here’s how:
This time is for us to get to know each other over phone, via Zoom, or meet in person. This consultation is free of charge and there are no obligations.
We will dig deep to find out the details of your ideal birth experience. We will debunk myths about birth & discuss evidence-based facts.
Phone & Email Support
I am available to you via phone, text, and email from the day we begin working together until after the baby is born.
I go on call for 24/7 for birth starting at 38 weeks and continuing through the delivery of your beautiful healthy baby.
I provide continuous labor support from the onset of labor extending through 2 hours post-delivery.
Immediate Postpartum Support
After delivery I help with breastfeeding and bonding. This includes latch techniques and breastfeeding basics.
Usually occurs within a week post-delivery. We will address any concerns about breastfeeding and your personal postpartum care.
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