Amber Lillard

Julie provides doula care newnan and peachtree city. She is a birth and bereavement doula and shares call with Abby. Julie is an in home Lactation Consultant and teaches newborn care class intown.

Specialties: Lactation, Sibling Support, Childbirth Education


Miss Prim and Proper at age 4.


Amber is a mother of three who loves everything related to pregnancy, labor, and birth. She certified as a birth doula in 2016 and trained as a Lamaze childbirth instructor in 2017. Amber offers postpartum doula support too. 

Accepting inquiries for birthdays in the areas of Atlanta and Peachtree City.

Her interview location is Panera Bread at 379 Bullsboro Drive, Newnan, GA 30263.

Get To Know Amber

  • She met her husband when she was 8 years old. She had a crush on him until they started dating in her freshman year of high school.

  • She has a slight obsession with Yankee Candle - to the point she can probably identify every scent.

  • She doesn’t know how to swim.


Where did you find your passion to become a childbirth instructor? After having my first son I became fascinated with birth. I couldn’t wait to have more children so I could experience labor again! As my friends and family had children they came to me with their fears, anxieties, and questions surrounding birth. It was then that I knew I wanted to help others become educated about childbirth.

There are many women that go into labor not knowing what to expect. These women are not aware that they have options in their healthcare and become disheartened when labor doesn’t go as planned. A positive birth experience isn’t always because it went the way you wanted it to but rather because you had choices and were in control. I firmly believe knowledge is power.

I want my clients to feel comfortable and empowered throughout their childbirth journey.

What inspired you to become a doula? I was discussing with a friend about how I was applying to the RN program at my school in hopes to work in labor and delivery. Little did I know she was planning to go to a training workshop to become a certified doula. She told me all about the program and how a doula is there to support the mother throughout her labor and delivery. I remember excitedly telling her “That’s what I want to do!” We talked for hours that night and I was determined to attend the workshop as well.

What do you want most for your doula clients? As a doula it is my goal to provide my clients with the best emotional and physical support I can. I want my clients to feel comfortable and empowered throughout their childbirth journey.