Guest Blogger

Terri Babin

Terri Babin

Terri Babin is an eco-crazy mom of four, birth doula, breastfeeding advocate, and green living promoter. She reaches thousands of moms through her blog Eco-Crazy Mom where she leads by example showing moms how to go green, without going crazy!

As a former business owner turned stay at home mom, Terri received her doula certification with DONA International in 2002, and then went on to launch Eco-Crazy Mom in 2010. She is also a member of La Leche League, Holistic Moms, International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN), Green Moms Network, and Global Exchange.

In her spare time, Terri enjoys spending time with her family, working in her organic garden, making all kinds of DIY projects, and connecting with other moms both on and offline.

Facebook: EcoCrayzMom
Twitter: @EcoCrazyMom
Pinterest: TerriBabin


Blog Posts by Terri Babin

  • How To Become A Birth Doula

    How To Become A Birth Doula

    Becoming a birth doula was one of the best and most rewarding decisions I’ve ever made. I cannot express with words the sheer joy I have experienced at each and every one of the 50+ births I’ve attended throughout my career as a doula. Although most of my “work” as a doula at the present […]

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  • Dads And Doulas

    Dads & Doulas

    When it comes to dads and doulas couples can have a myriad of concerns, but the truth is both play a very important role.  As a doula and mother who knows firsthand how important dads and doulas can be, I’d like to address some of the most common concerns – because dads and doulas make […]

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  • Finding And Interviewing Your Birth Doula

    Finding And Interviewing Your Birth Doula

    Many women and couples are now choosing to hire a professional birth doula to support them during their birthing journey. If you’re considering hiring a doula, here are some tips on where to find one, and what you should ask her before you seal the deal. If you are looking for a birth doula, I […]

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    A Better Birth: What A Doula Can Do For You

    I’ve had a birth doula present at 3 of my four births, and at the birth where a doula was not present I had a 50+ hour labor, an epidural, a vacuum delivery, an episiotomy, and many regrets.  Sure, in the end a healthy mom and baby is what counts, but having a doula at […]

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  • What is a Birth Doula

    What Is A Birth Doula?

    When I tell someone I’m a birth doula, the number one question that follows is…what’s that? Thankfully, I’m delighted to answer this question!  I believe the more people who are informed about doulas, the better birth outcomes will be. Numerous studies have found that a doulas presence tends to result in shorter labors with fewer […]

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