I hold a BS in Early Childhood Education. I was raised in Cobb, went to college at KSU, and taught in Cobb County elementary schools before becoming a stay at home mom.
I have been with my husband for 13 years and we have five children together- four boys (including a set of twins) and we had our first girl in 2015. We are also licensed foster parents.
I have unofficially been in the birthing community for many years providing Doula and postpartum services, newborn care, and breastfeeding support to friends and family. I was even an overnight newborn Nanny for families while attending college. I have experience as a wet nurse, milk donor, premature birth and loss, crisis pregnancies, and have been present during emergency birth situations (including Placenta Abruption and Placenta Percreta).
I have attended an extensive hands on placenta encapsulation workshop given by Placenta Services of Savannah, and am trained with Association of Placenta Preparation Arts (APPA), completed a blood borne pathogens course through Biologix (which is OSHA certified and specifically designed for placenta encapsulation specialists), hold a Food Handler Certificate, and am certified in First Aid/CPR.
In my spare time, I teach English to children that live in China and enjoy hiking, reading, and cooking meals from scratch.
Sara is an Air Force veteran and a Registered Nurse. She has experience in the OR, Mother/Baby, and has focused the last 6 years of her career working in home hospice.
She has been married for 20 years and has three boys, both biological and adopted.
She apprenticed with Allison for many months and finished her training course through IPPA. She also has completed a blood borne pathogens course through Biologix (which is OSHA certified and specifically designed for placenta encapsulation specialists), holds a Food Handler Certificate, and is certified in First Aid/CPR.