daddy doula
 n.— «Although his doula practice is just starting up, Mr. Kass says at least one family has sought him out specifically because he’s a man, and female doulas have welcomed him, with few exceptions. It may be the way he markets his services. Mr. Kass has taken to calling himself a “daddy doula”—someone who helps the dad help the mom.» —“He ain’t creepy, he’s my doula” by Adriana Barton Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada) Jan. 8, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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