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Discover How To Decrease Baby Overwhelm

Without Spending Countless Hours on Google or Reading Pregnancy Books

Get Access To Our ‘Top 10 Ways to Get Ready for Baby’ Checklist

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Kat Ennis, B.A. Hons & B.Ed (Concurrent)

Founder + Owner of Mom Concierge

Certified Birth + Postpartum Doula

Childbirth & Infant Sleep Educator

About Me

Since 2016, all of my work in the maternal support services field has been centred around the intention of giving today's moms current, evidence-based information so that they can make decisions that are right for them and for their families.

What began as a small, in-person, doula, holistic nutrition, and lactation support practice, that provided prenatal education, birth, postpartum, nutrition, and breastfeeding services to our local clients, has grown into a digital platform and community. Our team has supported 100s of birthing people, their partners, and their families across Canada and the USA.

I'm on a mission to support and empower moms to parent their way because we all know there's no one right way to do this parenting thing! I'm a certified birth + postpartum doula, childbirth + infant sleep educator, and I also hold a B.A. Honours degree in English and Geography and a Bachelor of Education from Queen’s University.

I have two awesome boys and a giant pup named Finlay who keep me and my incredible husband Jon on our toes at all times.

Download our Top 10 Ways to Get Ready for Baby Checklist and then reach out to find out how you can become a Skip the Baby Books member and leave the feelings of guilt, anxiety, and overwhelm at the door and welcome your baby with confidence.

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Medical Disclaimer: The information and resources provided by Skip the Baby Books is not a substitute for proper prenatal care or screening. We do not provide medical advice. If you have questions about a medical matter consult with your doctor or other healthcare professional. If you have any concerns related to your health or your baby’s health you must seek immediate medical attention by going to the nearest emergency room if necessary. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of the information provided here.