top of page

Get to know our experts.

Each of these outstanding individuals makes their community a better place through their commitment to supporting the well being of babies, new moms, and their families. 

Jairrah Godsil

Doctor of Occupational Therapy

Jairrah L Godsil

Jairrah is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist and Certified Breastfeeding Specialist. As an occupational therapist working in early childhood, acute care, feeding, and rehabilitation, she values the simplistic and complex nature of everyday tasks intertwined with human functioning, communication, and well-being. 

“Skin-to-skin is the easiest and most natural thing to nurture you and your baby. It gently brings forth the best homeostasis in perfect synchrony.”

Andrew Demo

Board Certified General Pediatrician

Dr. Andrew Demo, MD

Dr. Demo is a board certified general pediatrician and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He genuinely loves being a pediatrician and values the opportunity to educate patients and families. His philosophy as a pediatrician is to provide parents the perfect balance of guidance and reassurance to help children thrive on their journey towards becoming happy and healthy young adults. He is a husband, a father of two boys, and serves as a medical volunteer at a camp for children with cancer.

“I stand with the American Academy of Pediatrics in supporting skin-to-skin contact. Healthy infants should be in direct skin-to-skin contact with their mothers immediately after delivery until the baby accomplishes the first feeding."

Mikayla Helsper

Neurologically Focused Chiropractor

Mikayla Helsper

Dr. Mikayla is a neurologically focused chiropractor who specializes in prenatal and pediatric care. Her practice, Flourish, located in Lee’s Summit Missouri, was created to empower families with whole-person based care and unconditional support through their natural health journey. As a new mother herself, she has a passion for serving mothers through their birth and postpartum experiences. 

“Our human physiology is such an intricate design rooted in our innate ability to heal and regulate from within. Our nervous system’s efficiency is indicative of how well our body can adapt to our internal and external environments which is why skin-to-skin is so beneficial from birth and beyond. ”

Erin Boje

Mom & Former NICU Nurse

Erin Boje

Erin is a former NICU RN, prenatal yoga instructor, newborn care educator and breastfeeding enthusiast. Through in-person education and on her blog she provides prenatal, postpartum, and infant care support with a holistic wellness approach. Erin is passionate about educating mothers and empowering them to discover the best path of mothering for themselves, their babies, and their families. 

“As a NICU nurse I have seen first-hand the amazing benefits of skin-to-skin contact, and the miraculous impact it can have on both premature babies and healthy newborns alike.”

Summer Friedmann

Lactation Consultant

Summer J Friedmann

Summer is an IBCLC with her own private practice called Done Naturally. She also has a YouTube Channel to expand her community outreach where she shares short videos to encourage and support moms. She has 17 years of experience in providing families with great lactation and postpartum care. 

“Skin to skin is the biological norm after delivery for a baby and mother. Doing this simple act taps into the baby’s deep instincts for self attachment to the breast and improves breastfeeding outcomes.”

Best Sellers

bottom of page