A long time ago, if you were pregnant, your sister or someone from your community would probably be the person who would help you deliver your baby. She would understand you, not judge you, and would help you make your best possible decisions. These days, many of us live far from our actual sisters, and it is difficult to find that kind of support. A birth sister is a professional who is trained in childbirth education, labor support and postpartum care. She holds your hand, listens to you, and respects and trusts you. She can help you make well-informed decisions. A Birth Sister offers childbirth education, support during your pregnancy,  hands-on comfort and advocacy during your pregnancy, during your birth, and after your baby is born.