Julie Trotter

"She was so kind, caring, and calm. Hiring Julie is one of the best decisions we ever made!" - Sasha Lewis Asumaa

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: Bottle Feeding, Lactation, Sibling Support, Stillbirth Bereavement


Thirty years later, she still has a baby face!


Julie is a certified instructor of The Happiest Baby on the Block method and has provided overnight newborn care for over 10 years. Hundreds of parents have learned to properly care for their babies and establish healthy sleep schedules with the application of her techniques.

Julie began her training as a birth doula in 2014 when she certified as a Stillbirthday bereavement and birth doula. Julie furthered her education in early 2017 when she trained as childbirth instructor of the Lamaze 6 Healthy Birth Practices.


Get To Know Julie

  • Julie's nickname growing up was "Tilly". No one knows how that name came to be, but her sisters still call her that on occasion.

  • She got married when she was 20 years old and has never lived on her own.

  • She loves sparkles, leopard print, and anything in hot pink, and has a huge collection of clothes in those patterns and colors!


How did you discover your passion of being a doula? My first labor and birth experience was 10 years ago - an unmedicated water birth and I had a doula with me each step of the way! She kept me so focused and encouraged through it all and helped me achieve the birth that I wanted. After discovering what birth really was for myself and the euphoric feeling of elation after birthing that way, I began to think more about how I could help other people achieve this same goal and know their options when it comes to childbirth.

How do you involve my partner during labor? How involved you want your partner to be during your labor is up to you. There are always ways of incorporating two people into the role of supporting you as you labor on. Giving sips of water, wiping your brow with a cool cloth, massaging you and simply giving you words of comfort and encouragement are great ways your partner can stay involved.

How do you feel about the use of pain medication during labor? Everyone is different and so is each labor, and sometimes pain management through medication is necessary to get through birth. If your goal is to have an unmedicated birth, I'm going to encourage and support you to stick with that, but if you are open to using medication and want that type of birth, I'm not going to stand in your way. It's all about knowing your options and researching the pros and cons of each. That is something I can also help you determine during our meetings and come up with a birth plan that you are comfortable with.

It’s all about knowing your options and researching the pros and cons of each.