Big Fat Pregnancy

Big Fat Pregnancy offers classes, consulting, and doula services to combat weight stigma in birth and postpartum to enable fat folks to experience deep joy, support, during conception, pregnancy, and postpartum.

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Fat Positive Advocacy & Topical Support

Have a negative encounter with a doctor or something with a provider that just didn't sit right? Facing weight stigma while pregnant at work? Process the interaction of a specific encounter or dedicated time with me about a specific topic. I'll share my knowledge, research, and help you create action items, dialogue, and/or practice tough conversations!

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Fat Birth Pregnancy Doula

Have someone beside you as you navigate your entire pregnancy and prepare for birth. Individual support on finding size-friendly care, crafting your birth team, personalizing interview questions, assistance finding evidence based research, unpacking what it means to birth while fat, and more!

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Individualized Childbirth Education Classes

Come solo, bring a birthing partner or two, and join me for personalized childbirth education sessions.

I believe there is no such thing as a "one-size fits all" model and instead create a tailored childbirth education experience based on your family, identities, birth preferences, areas of interest and more!

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Postpartum Doula Support

Postpartum is a time where community support is key, this includes the birthing person as well as the baby. Postpartum support comes in all forms and I believe love is at the core of that support. My goal is to provide individualized care for you, your baby, and your family as a whole, enabling you to create your new life with the resources and tools to do so.

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Hi, I'm Christina (she/her)!

I’m a fat mama and birth nerd using coaching and childbirth education to create a more inclusive birth culture for those living in larger bodies during conception, pregnancy, and postpartum (aka the rest of your life!)

I received my initial doula training in March 2020. Since then I'm continuing my education to become a Birthing Advocacy Doula and Childbirth Educator.