Monday, December 3, 2018


All my services can now be viewed on ONE webpage. Please visit
for information about my book, childbirth education classes, and Doula services. Thank you!
This site will be retired on January 1.

Friday, November 16, 2018


I am moving my blog to my webpage. All the information for classes, book purchase, and my doula services will be there as well! Thank you for following my first Blog, I will be periodically moving some...not all..of my posts over to the new site and this page will close down Jan. 1.



Please join me!

Monday, July 2, 2018

Good Morning!

I am posting here today to invite my clients, past and present to a BIG PARTY to commemorate 20 years providing Childbirth Education and Doula Services. Please follow the link to my EventBrite Invitation and reserve your tickets. There is limited space for the pool party (10:30-12) portion of the event, but the park/picnic portion (12-2) is open!

I hope to see you!

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Upcoming Childbirth Education Classes

I have three Kind Birth Education sessions scheduled to meet Winter and early Spring Estimated Due Dates! Please click the tab for dates and details! I teach in two (BEAUTIFUL) locations, The Eastside Birth Center in Bellevue, and Sprout Natural Medicine and Birth Center in Mountlake Terrace. You can check out my curriculum (built over 20 years, and published in 2013) by following this link:

Please don't hesitate to call/text/email with questions!

Kristin Dibeh
Kind Birth Services

Monday, December 4, 2017

Giving Season

Kind Birth Services has an important announcement in this season of giving!

My Annual drive benefiting "Babies of Homelessness" is running throughout the month of December. I am opening my doors as a drop off point and would love to have visits from my past clients, friends, family, neighbors, and of course I'm always happy to meet new caring people, who may have outgrown WARM clothing for children ages 0-3 Months, all the way up to age 6. I know it's emotionally hard to allow yourself to imagine the absolutely innocent, babies and children, out there in the cold, wet, winter elements, and utterly helpless. The truth is that they are often hidden from our sight, in fear of having them taken away. But they are out there. They need diapers, they need protection from the cold. Basic needs. Please contact me to schedule a drop off and I will coordinate with Babies of Homelessness to get the supplies to their storage facility, where they fill vehicles and respond to immediate needs. If you'd prefer to donate monies, you can click through to their website, learn more about their mission, and donate directly!

The complete list of items they can store and deliver:

  • Diapers, Wipes
  • Baby formula/ Cereal
  • Baby food
  • Toddler-friendly snacks/food
  • Clothing/Socks/Jackets
  • Shoes/Boots
  • Blankets/ Linens
  • Hygiene products
  • Occasionally larger items (like strollers, pack-n-plays, carrier, bathtub, etc.)

Monday, November 27, 2017


Kristin Dibeh, Kind Birth Services owner, and author of Expecting Kindness, will be teaching a two Saturday workshop for Winter Due Dates. The course, normally $300, is open for registration today only for $240! The deposit, due TODAY to receive the discount will be $40, and the remainder is due the first day of class. Follow the directions in the tab titled Kind Birth Education to register TODAY!
Let me help you navigate the world of giving birth.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Just Some Doula Thoughts After A Birth.

Me and C at the Wedding of her Mama and Papa, dancing to sleep.

As a Doula, my role is more than just executing a job description. What I hope to achieve is to become (even if only temporarily) a part of a families' circle of trust. It's not "family", it's not "friend", it's not "employee" alone. It's some interesting combination of these, or something else entirely that we don't have a word for in our least not one that I know, other than Doula. Being there for a family at their birth is a privilege, and I hope I serve each family in their moment of need, in the way that they need me to. It is such a treasure to me when I am able to stay connected with families after they have their baby and my contract is fulfilled. Staying connected looks different for each family...a picture of them and/or they're baby in a random text message on a Tuesday afternoon, a card during the holidays, being contracted again as their family grows, transitioning from Doula to Swim Instructor for kids as they grow, being invited to birthday parties, weddings, meeting for coffee, play dates with birthing classes turned playgroups, Facebook connections and emails. It's certainly not an expectation, but I hope to serve each family in a way that inspires them to stay in touch. I have grown so much as a human being by serving so many families, each unique and beautiful, in this very personal, very important time. I hope they realize how much I appreciate them, respect them, and wish them happiness, health, and the knowledge that I am here for them and LOVE to see their family stories, their photographs, and their children.