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Angie Doulas

Two Ferns Doula Care

Snohomish, WA Service range 12 miles Areas of service include butnot limited to: Mill Creek, Everett, Bothell, Snohomish, Clearview, Woodinville, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds, Shoreline, Northgate, Wallingford


Birth Fee

$1000 to $1800

Birth Fee

$1000 to $1800

Birth Doula Certifications

  • Pacific Association for Labor Support (PALS) - Certified Doula

Birth Doula Experience

3 years and 37 births attended

Doula Training

  • DONA International, January 2018

Type of practice: Partnership with 1 other doula

Clients per month: 4 to 5

Attends hospital births? All Hospitals

Attends birth center births? All Birth Centers

Attends home births? Any Home Birth

College Education


Special Services Offered

  • Babywearing education
  • Cloth diapering education
  • Henna belly designs
  • Lactation consultant/counselor services
  • LGBTQIA+ Support
  • Virtual and remote doula support

Languages Spoken

  • English

Fee Details

Welcome! My passion is supporting families during the birthing year as a birth and postpartum doula. I want to normalize the unique support that you and your family will need prenatally and during the precious and vulnerable fourth trimester. I will provide the information, advocacy, and peace of mind needed to help you maximize confidence in yourself for birth and your expanding family. I am DONA trained, PALS and NAPS certified. I am a Certified Lactation Educator, am trained in Spinning Babies, and have years of experience with baby wearing. I would love to be your doula! I am excited to work in partnership for all birth clients with Leialoha Hurwitz as Two Ferns Doula Care. Visit us at:

Snohomish, WA Service range 12 miles Areas of service include butnot limited to: Mill Creek, Everett, Bothell, Snohomish, Clearview, Woodinville, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds, Shoreline, Northgate, Wallingford

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I'm so thankful for Angie & Leialoha. In the midst of a year full of changing expectations because of Covid 19, they stepped in as consistent sources of support in my third trimester through postpartum. In the days leading up to labor, I reached out many times and they offered insights to navigate the decision making process of deciding to get induction intervention or not. Angie supported me during the labor and helped me achieve the unmedicated birth that we had hoped for, despite my best attempts to devert those plans. :) She helped our care team prioritize our birth preferences and contingencies exactly the way we had planned it with her in our prenatal sessions.  I highly recommend working with this nonjudgmental, caring, and experienced team. 

Gavi Groberman


We met with a number of doulas before meeting Angie and Leialoha, whom we immediately felt drawn to. Both Angie and Leialoha exuded a calm, gentle demeanor, and they both seemed to be very comfortable with the process of supporting us in the birth of our baby. We are Orthodox Jews and we found Angie and Leialoha to be very open and understanding of our cultural needs.

We were in communication with Angie when my contractions started, and she joined us at the birth center for what ended up being a very quick birth. Angie had the perfect balance of being supportive and hands-on while remaining very calm and nurturing. We found her support so helpful, even though we had a midwife, assistants, and my mother there. Toward the end of labor, there were a few minor complications and Angie made sure that I was aware of what was happening and consented to any actions the midwives were about to perform. After birth, Angie helped me start breastfeeding and took pictures for us as requested.

During the postpartum period, Angie and I kept in touch. As I struggled with breastfeeding the first few weeks Angie was very helpful and supportive as a listening ear and with suggesting different ideas/resources. We looked forward to our postpartum meetings with Angie and Leialoha; the meetings gave us a chance to touch base in person (our choice, they offered to meet virtually as well) to talk through how things were going.

I look back at my birth as a positive experience, and I feel that having Angie's support really helped make it so.


Liz Dawson


Angie was a phenomenal guide through my son's birthing adventure.  Without pause and with full support, Angie joined us at Evergreen when I was transferred into the care of their midwives from a planned homebirth.  We really appreciated her knowledge and skill in (spinning babies and other) birthing positions to help and encourage the baby to orient and navigate under my pelvic bone.  Angie was encouraging and dedicated to helping me through my entire, 24+ hours of labor that she was present for.  Without Angie's support and guidance,  I likely would have laid in the hospital bed discouraged, overwhelmed, and without knowing what I could do to better help progress my labor.  She also helped guide me in asking appropriate questions about the various medications that were offered, so I was educated in deciding whether or not to accept those medications throughout labor.  Reflecting upon my birth, I feel as though Angie encouraged us to fully explore all options, which left us with no regrets about the birthing decisions we made. Thank you, Angie!  We look forward to working with you again next time!  TLDR: 10/10 would recommend.

Alyssa E.


Choosing Angie to be our doula for the birth of our son was without a doubt one of the best decisions we made! Before the birth, we discussed our strong preference for a natural birth without medications, unless I decided that I really needed them. Angie arrived at the hospital early in my labor, but I was already tired and felt that labor resources were starting to dwindle. At this point in time, the nurse was recommending we try some pain medications and, despite all of our prior planning, I was so tired I was seriously considering it. Angie's arrival was perfectly timed and she was able to help us slow down the decision making process and really consider all of our choices. Ultimately, I was able to proceed without the meds and never looked back. Angie’s presence was incredibly calm and supportive for both my husband and myself, which helped create the calm, confident atmosphere we really wanted in the birthing room. She was a dedicated listener, continuously provided support and encouragement, and facilitated me trying different positions based on my preferences. She truly helped us achieve a birth experience that we were so incredibly happy with and proud of!

Chunn T


When my husband and I first met Angie, her calming presence and the way she explained things made this a natural connection for us. She was able to answer our questions, suggest things we should consider, and took the approach of supplying us with information rather than making decisions for us. Really awesome :-)

When we met after that, we dove into ideas for what our birth plan would be. She helped provide insight into questions we had, even sending us updated information (researching questions we had) after we met. Speaking of which, she was incredibly accessible over phone. We kept a group text going where she'd send us answers to questions, as well as just checking in on us as our baby's due date approached.

The doula's work with a backup doula, so even during a brief period when Angie wasn't going to be available, she made sure that we had coverage. It was a smooth handoff to our backup doula over text, and then a smooth return when Angie was back.

During my labor, we worked according to our plan, including some time my husband and I wanted to spend at home (on our own at first). When we were all together in the labor room, Angie powered me through every up and down of the labor process. The difference in my ability to navigate the contractions before and after Angie's presence were night-and-day. She knew how to help me embrace and power through each contraction. She knew how to help reposition the baby as I dilated further and reached "pushing" phase. She helped my husband rotate in and out of supporting me, as well as watching for his well-being. She kept track of the process as well, which was an extra sweet touch for us to read after the birth.

I started with a goal of having "as natural as possible" of a labor. Angie was there for me every step of the way to make this goal a reality. Truly impressive work, and we're forever thankful to her! :-)



Angie was very helpful to us during our first couple of weeks as parents. She chatted with us, helped around the house, gave tips for nursing, and held baby so mom could nap and shower. She was fantastic! 

Jamie and Kevin Young


My husband and I hired Angie Doulas for the birth of our son in March 2019. During our first meeting, her calming presence was instantly apparent and made us feel extremely comfortable. The conversation was easy and I left that meeting confident and excited to have Angie as a part of our birth story.

Angie was extremely passionate and helpful, willing to answer any questions throughout my pregnancy. If she was not able to answer my questions, she was honest about her skill set and offered referrals when needed.

During our pre birth meeting, Angie came very well prepared with material that helped my husband and I talk through aspects of birth that we had not yet thought of. Her knowledge was very helpful for our relationship, and as first time parents, allowed us to discuss how to handle possible scenarios. 

When Angie arrived to our birthing room, a calm energy was immediately evident. She was encouraging and helped to capture photos of our son’s arrival, which we had requested. 

I am so thankful that we found Angie and would recommend her to anyone looking to hire a doula! 

The Youngs



It was such a relief having Angie around to help me the first month after the birth of my baby. My husband went back to work after 1 week and I was overwhelmed with taking care of a newborn by myself while still trying to figure out breastfeeding and doing it all on very little sleep. Angie was a calming presence and knew exactly what to do. When she came over she would take over for a few hours which helped me get some much needed rest. She washed and prepared bottles (I ended up deciding to exclusively pump), fed my baby, changed her diaper and carried her around for naps. My baby loved her - she never cried when Angie was around. I also learned a lot from her like tips on baby wearing and general knowledge on caring for my newborn. Not only did she take great care of my baby but she also cared about my well being and always asked how I was doing. She is definitely in the right profession! I would highly recommend Angie to anyone who needs a little extra support during their 4th trimester. 

Jessica D


Angie was an amazing help all through our birth process. Our birth ended up not going how we had planned at all, but Angie was a strong, reliable, caring presence through it all. She never left my side through all the changes and troubles. She helped me find confidence with in myself to keep pushing through everything. I don't imagine I could've gotten through the birth of our son if she hadn't been there encouraging me. She helped our older children feel included and helped my husband through all the rough times too. She has a lot of tricks and techniques that were very helpful, and her approach to birth was just what we had in mind. We will definitely be calling her when we have our next child!

Amy T


I can’t say enough about how pleased we were to have Angie as our doula. Angie was such an invaluable and amazing presence during our birth, and I know her support helped me to have the natural birth I wanted.

In our initial meetings Angie was open, very approachable and inquisitive. She really took the time to get to know us, our dynamic as a couple and our expectations for our birth and her role in it. Even though ours would be the first official birth she attended, we felt confident that Angie was the right doula for us.

Angie is intuitive, creative and nurturing. During labor, she had a great sense of when to suggest something new to help me cope, whether trying a new position or providing verbal support when I needed a boost. She also worked really well with my husband as the two of them coordinated their efforts to support me. Angie really has a calm yet empowering presence to her, that really put me at ease and made me feel secure.

The birth of our son was an amazing experience, and Angie played a huge role in it. We really loved working with Angie as our doula and highly recommend her.

jennifer DuBois


When I had my first child, Angie was a constant source of information and support.  I was so overwhelmed, nervous, sleep deprived and unsure of everything.  She was there for me to ask a thousand questions and for reassurance.  She also wore my son in a Maya wrap for hours so I could rest, do chores or take a shower.  Not only was she very supportive of me, but she genuinely cared for my son which made it so seamless to ask her for help.  By the time I had my second child, two years later, I  no longer lacked confidence or general knowledge about babies- I was much more relaxed about all that.  However, I was more overwhelmed because I had a toddler that was very active and at times a danger to himself and a brand new daughter- so two in diapers and totally reliant on me.  Angie made sure I was taking care of myself.  She loved to hold the baby, my daughter, but was still invested in my toddler son as well and she made it all easier.  She is a great nurturer and is passionate about motherhood, friendship and the 'village' it takes to bear and raise children.  It is not like you could not make it through on your own by why would you if you don't have to?  Everyone should have an Angie!

Elise Lister


After the birth of my fourth child, Angie came over and took care of me: creating and protecting the space I needed to take care of myself: taking care of light housework in the fashion I needed to feel at peace, holding my newborn while I showered and took time for myself, offering a listeing ear and allowing me to just be without feeling like I needed to be hospitable or treat her like a guest or visiting family member.  Angie was an extension of myself- my third arm- she matched the intensity I needed and kept things rolling so I could be fully present with myself and my children those first vulnerable days of postpartum.

Birth Availability for Angie Doulas

= Available. Calendar last updated: 10-23-2020