Cheryl Abrams

Cheryl Abrams comes from a close family in Philadelphia PA. She joined the US Army because she wanted to travel and see the world. After ten years in the Military she got married and started a family of her own.

She attended intense classes on childcare and became a Home daycare provider for the Ft. Lewis Washington childcare system. She also was an education distributor for a children’s book publisher. She enjoys cooking and at one point had considered becoming a Chef. Without formal training as a cook according to the world’s standards, She says will go knife to knife with any Top Chef.

In 1991 she took a break from childcare to pursue her cosmetology license. She worked in a salon for over 20 years and retired in 2011. Three years prior to retiring she went back to the childcare industry working as a Night Nanny/Baby Nurse.

While working as a baby nurse with new moms and their babies concerned her very much because some of the moms in her opinion, their behavior was off and she thinks it was due to postpartum depression.

With this concern to help new moms to be confident with themselves after giving birth took her on a quest to Doula Training and is working on her certification with three different agencies.

My concern is to help you and your family transition and to help educate before and after giving birth. I want to help around the home while you take care of your husband and little ones

Cheryl Lives in Ft. Worth Texas with her husband and is willing to travel anywhere in the US or aboard to help. She is mother of two adult sons and has three granddaughters ages 2 months, 4, and 10 years

Licenses and Certificates

State of Texas Cosmetology, CPR First Aid, Ft Lewis Washington Child Care Provider, Farouk Systems (CHI) Hair Care Product Educator, Texas State Breastfeeding Educator,  CAPPA, DONA Community Child Birth Educator, Multiple Blessings Newborn Care Specialist.

Volunteer Experience

American Cancer Society Look Good Feel Better, Tarrant County North American Mental Illness Board, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Grace Hospice Ft. Worth


Cheryl Abrams comes from a close family in Philadelphia PA. She joined the US Army because she wanted to travel and see the world. After ten years in the Military she got married and started a family of her own.

She attended intense classes on childcare and became a Home daycare provider for the Ft. Lewis Washington childcare system. She also was an education distributor for a children’s book publisher. She enjoys cooking and at one point had considered becoming a Chef. Without formal training as a cook according to the world’s standards, She says will go knife to knife with any Top Chef.

In 1991 she took a break from childcare to pursue her cosmetology license. She worked in a salon for over 20 years and retired in 2011. Three years prior to retiring she went back to the childcare industry working as a Night Nanny/Baby Nurse.

While working as a baby nurse with new moms and their babies concerned her very much because some of the moms in her opinion, their behavior was off and she thinks it was due to postpartum depression.

With this concern to help new moms to be confident with themselves after giving birth took her on a quest to Doula Training and is working on her certification with three different agencies.

My concern is to help you and your family transition and to help educate before and after giving birth. I want to help around the home while you take care of your husband and little ones

Cheryl Lives in Ft. Worth Texas with her husband and is willing to travel anywhere in the US or aboard to help. She is mother of two adult sons and has three granddaughters ages 2 months, 4, and 10 years

Licenses and Certificates

State of Texas Cosmetology, CPR First Aid, Ft Lewis Washington Child Care Provider, Farouk Systems (CHI) Hair Care Product Educator, Texas State Breastfeeding Educator,  CAPPA, DONA Community Child Birth Educator, Multiple Blessings Newborn Care Specialist.

Volunteer Experience

American Cancer Society Look Good Feel Better, Tarrant County North American Mental Illness Board, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Grace Hospice Ft. Worth