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Lucy the Laborer

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26 Leonard Ave, Tenafly, NJ 07670, USA

Lucy the Laborer is a business providing services in the field of Health, . The business is located in 26 Leonard Ave, Tenafly, NJ 07670, USA. Their telephone number is +1 929-278-5829.
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Category: Health, (Edit)
State: New Jersey
Address: 26 Leonard Ave, Tenafly, NJ 07670, USA
Zip code: 07670
Phone: (929) 278-5829
Website: http://lucythelaborer.com/

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Lucy the Laborer is located in Bergen County of New Jersey state. On the street of Leonard Avenue and street number is 26. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (929) 278-5829. You can get more information from their website.
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  • Meike Schady

    (June 1, 2016, 9:59 pm)

    Emily was recommended to us by a close friend. After the initial meeting with her we knew straight away that we wanted her to be a part of our birth experience. Emily is incredibly knowledgeable and reassuring. Her hands-on approach really made us feel like we were in the best of care and, as Emily put it, have stacked the cards in our favor!
    After the 2 prenatal visits we were super prepared. Emily really made sure that every topic was covered and all our questions were answered. She helped me preparing witch hazel pads and demonstrated all labouring positions super patiently! With Emily’s help we reached the hospital fully dilated and it took only 2.5 hours to push our little Ada out! After the birth Emily helped me to start Ada breastfeeding and stayed with us in the hospital to make sure that we settled in comfortably. She only left us when we both felt reassured and secure to care for our little girl.
    Emily was an absolute star during the 2 post-natal visits. Ada would not latch on properly and the inability to feed her properly left me an emotional wreck (poor husband!). Emily came over straight away and guided me into feeding Ada better. Again, as a lactation counselor she was so knowledgeable, from hot compresses on tight engorged breasts and ordering the best breast pump to baby massage for releasing gas and holding positions to offer comfort. She helped us with everything and I was so grateful for the instant and effective help. She made sure to check on us two days later. Everything else worked from that moment on. Her last visit was just a nice lunch, chat and bath for baby Ada.
    Thanks to Emily we had an amazing birth experience. Everything went exactly how we had wished for and even better! I am forever grateful for Emily’s help, knowledge, reassurance and humour. We made a friend for life and I would highly recommend Emily to give your new baby the best possible start!

  • James Isaaks

    (February 10, 2016, 4:17 pm)

    Emily was amazing. When I first heard the suggestion of using a Dula I was a bit apprehensive. I joked with my partner that if we interviewed some perspective dula's I would have some questions ready about astrology and crystals in my back pocket that i could use as immediate disqualifiers. However when we met Emily I forgot any such ideas. Having an advocate who was completely familiar with the process of giving birth was such a huge help. Emily was there to answer numerous questions along the way. When it came time, despite unexpected changes, Emily was there %100 to support us. The knowledge she had was invaluable to someone like me, a first time father. She was a huge asset and an great friend. It’s my belief that in NYC having your own personal experienced Advocate to help navigate the birth of your child is a no-brainer. Emily gets a 10/10 for me in performing this role.

  • Sarah Burton

    (November 2, 2015, 11:24 pm)

    Our experience with Emily could not have been better. She is an incredibly energetic, positive and supportive person who is able to take charge in very challenging circumstances while remaining sensitive to the preferences of her clients. I had a long, slow and diffcult labor, and Emily was a source of strength and comfort throughout. She stayed in close contact from the moment labor began and arrived at our apartment when we simply couldn't manage my discomfort on our own anymore (although my contractions, even after 24 hours, had not become regular nor as close enough together as they would normally be for her to travel to a client). She even left the birth class she was conducting early to get to us right away. She stayed overnight at our apartment, taking turns with my husband and guiding him in different techniques for managing my pain. She kept our spirits up as we became increasingly exhausted. Eventually, we left for the hospital and, after almost 48 hours of labor, I made the difficult choice to have an epidural (I had wanted to give birth naturally but was progressing unusually slowly and with a great deal of pain). Emily was extremely supportive, which helped ease my disappointment. During the pushing phase, she gave me constructive advice while cheering me on. After the birth, she stayed with us until she was sure we were settled and arranged a post-partum/lactaction support meeting shortly after we left the hospital. We were relieved and grateful to have had such effective and unflagging support throughout labor and thrilled to welcome our healthy baby boy Luca into the world. Thank you Emily!

  • Ariella Thornhill

    (February 18, 2015, 11:01 pm)

    I recommend that every pregnant women has a doula, and I recommend that that doula, if possible, is Emily. She is incredibly knowledgable and comforting. She knows how to be supportive but not overwhelming.

    I met Emily in my 3rd trimester when she was teaching our childbirth education class. We had interviewed doulas and settled on one, but quickly realized that Emily had all the attributes we wanted. We were elated when she agreed to be our doula.

    Emily is open and generous and attentive. Her expertise is evident and her confidence is contagious. We were worried because I had a previous surgery and was told I had a "high-risk" birth. Emily was helpful and comforting and made us feel confident with our birth plan. She explained clearly all the possibilities of medical intervention and all of our options, we felt informed and prepared for everything we faced.

    When we got to the hospital the staff pushed very hard to get me to have a cesarean, regardless of the fact that the baby was fine and so was I. Emily reminded me in my deepest moments of doubt, that I was ready for this experience, that I was capable and that I was totally fine. She reassured me by explaining things about the baby's heart rate and why they were suggesting certain things. She was great with the hospital staff and made my needs clear. All of this allowed me to have what felt like a very intimate home birth in the hospital.

    Having a doula was the MOST important preparation I had for my birth. She was not imposing and didn't get in the way of me or my partner or my family. On the contrary, she made everything run smoothly.

    I can't convey how much I love Emily and how important she is to me and my partner and my baby. She will listen to your needs, advocate for you and let you focus on your birth and your baby.

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Lucy the Laborer, founded by Emily Cohen-Moreira, provides education & support for pregnancy, birth & breastfeeding in the greater NYC & Northern NJ area.

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Lucy the Laborer, founded by Emily Cohen-Moreira, provides education & support for pregnancy, birth & breastfeeding in the greater NYC & Northern NJ area. Lucy the Laborer was founded in 2010 by Emily Cohen-Moreira. Emily is a Certified Cooperative Childbirth Educator, Birth Doula, and Certified Lactation Counselor.

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Lucy the Laborer, founded by Emily Cohen-Moreira, provides education & support for pregnancy, birth & breastfeeding in the greater NYC & Northern NJ area.

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Lucy the Laborer caters to women and their partners in various communities of New York and New Jersey, and some of the services are reflexology during labor, breastfeeding preparation, and visual documentation of the glorious maternity journey. The company conducts prenatal classes in different venues. Tenafly, NJ (929) 278-5829. Website Facebook

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