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Diana Abdallah

Founder of Bello Bambino Doula

Diana is was trained through the CAPPA organization. She's cross-certifying with the ProDoula organization.

First-Aid and CPR certified

Hi friends! I’m Diana Abdallah, founder of Bello Bambino Doula. I’m a mom to a sweet boy, Vincent, who joined us in June of 2013. I married an incredibly supportive man, Mike, in September of 2009. He is a graduate of Ferris State in plastics engineering and currently working for an automotive supplier. We live in an amazing family friendly city, Livonia. We love being surrounded by many amazing cities and so close to downtown Detroit.

I’m an advocate for anything to create a positive space for mom’s. I’m a volunteer contributor for the Detroit Mom’s Blog, and a mombassador for the local moms mental health group. I am a member of a local Moms Club chapter. Can you tell I am all about that #momlife over here? Yes I sure am! I love supporting other women, and in their mothering journey any way I can.

After giving birth to Vincent I found myself feeling like something was just not right. I had major anxiety over everything he did or didn’t do. I found many days that I just felt the need to stay in my house and question everything I did as a mother. At the time we lived away from all our family and friends, so I didn’t have a safe space to share my feelings. I didn’t know what the heck I was doing or if what I was choosing to do as a mother was the right thing. This is the main decision why I chose to become a postpartum doula. Later on I was diagnosed with postpartum anxiety and postpartum depression. I want to give a place for moms to ask these questions and feel that no question is silly or wrong.

Many of my friends can come to my home at anytime, sit and chat with a hot cup of coffee or tea, and have a snack. My door is always open and I thoroughly love hosting people in my home. I bring this same joy to my clients. I want you to feel like you have known me for years, and for you to be comfortable in your OWN home. I make sure you are taken care of, as well as, your baby(ies).

I’m a lover of  C O F F E E, a fun night out with my girlfriends, a delicious H O T meal, and spending quality time with the special people in my life.

Being able to have your hands free for even a short time can be a dream for a new Mom. In fact, one of the most common questions I get is about the correct way to babywear.

I love babywearing! And ... See more

Social hour with other like minded women in the industry.

Parents don't get enough sleep for 6 years after a child is born, researchers say

This is why I love doing overnights for families. It helps them recover from lack of sleep. Rest is so incredibly important and we loose so much as parents.

New parents are sometimes shocked to discover how little sleep they get in the first six months after a baby is born.

After giving birth to my son, Vincent I found myself feeling like something was just not right. I had major anxiety over everything he did or didn't do. I found many days that I just felt the need to ... See more

Heading into the weekend with a consultation. Meeting new families is so fun. 🤗🤗😍