Diana Abdallah
Diana Abdallah
ProDoula Elite Certified Postpartum Doula
CPR/First-aid 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. He is now in Kindergarten (where has the time gone!). I’m a wife to an amazing, supportive, hard-working husband, Mike. He’s a plastics engineer grad from Ferris State University and currently working for an automotive supplier.

After moving around for what seemed like F O R E V E R (5 times in 8 years), we finally bought our first home in Livonia. It’s so exciting to finally have a place we know we will be for quite a while (or for longer than two years).

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, a Big Sister for Moms Club International, and a mombassador for local working mom’s. 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.

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.

Timeline Photos

It's so hard to be a mom sometimes. Social media has us feeling like we need to #doitall.
No. No you dont have to #doitall. You can ask for help, and it's ok.
You dont have to wash those dishes ... See more

Photos from Bello Bambino - A Postpartum Doula Service's post

One of my biggest passions is conquering the stigma against mental health, especially maternal mental health.
One of the biggest obstacles I had to overcome is postpartum depression and postpartum ... See more

In the absence of ‘the village,’ mothers struggle most

Postpartum doulas are apart of your village. We are your friend, supporter, educator, resource provider, cheerleader, caretaker, etc. We are the village.

We may have more freedoms than our foremothers, but our burden remains heavy. Here's what we can do.

Timeline Photos

I do!! I love holding the mom during this season of life.
The fears, the uncharted territory, the constant concerns that arise. I love assisting the mom, and family, during this time.
Everyone ... See more


Vinny had RSV, and it was the scariest thing in the entire world to watch your child struggle to breathe. I cried as they took his little xray at 7mo. I was so scared and feared for my little man, ... See more

With cold and flu season drawing near, cases of RSV and other respiratory illnesses are on the rise.

Do you know what a baby in respiratory distress looks like?

Take a look at my daughter’s ... See more