We are a baby gift registry for mothers who need practical and useful support after childbirth. Family and friends can contribute to any of the packages we offer and the soon-to-be mom will get much-needed help and reprieve after she gives birth.

Our Mission

To aid mothers through postpartum recovery

Gift Support
Not Stuff

Many women feel they receive too many knick-knacks from their baby shower, yet are left struggling after birth without the support they need.

How It Works

1. Choose a Service

Start a Marabou service registry by filling out a registry form

(No Credit Card required)

2. Send a Link

Post, Email, Tweet, Woof a custom link to your village.

Friends, family, and co-workers are always willing to support.

3. Embrace Peace

Embrace postpartum peace and enjoy the service your community has given you

And make sure to thank them!

Two Ways to start a registry

Marabou Packages

Let us find a provider near you

  • Four Full House Cleanings
  • Six Meals from an In-Home Chef
  • Twenty Hours of In-Home Child Care

Find Your Own

Already know a doula? Got a better idea?

Replace a Marabou Service with your own. Give us her contact information and we’ll do the rest.

"We're taught that we're supposed to bounce back after having babies, which disrespects and dishonours the incredible transformation that occurs when we become mothers."

Beth Berry (Revolution From Home)

Marabou's NICU Assurance

Marabou is committed to supporting mothers in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). We leverage our service industry connections to provide families as much support as we can during an unexpected stay in the NICU.

Need to Know More?

Cheer Here #5: Time to Stop.

Cheer Here #5: Time to Stop.

I recently had my kids to myself for two weeks. My husband is in the Navy Reserves and took his annual 2-week obligation in Yokosuka, Japan. As the wife of a former active duty sailor, I’ve done this before, and I know how to set reasonable goals, how to capitalize and make the best of our time without dad, and – most of all – how to survive with grace!
But, I’m an ambitious mom. “Ambitious” is the euphemism I use for flighty, frantic, fast-moving, overly-focused, and (often) motivated for no good reason. I just try to get a lot done. Laundry and a trip to the library and dinner and Oh, maybe I’ll make bread for us today. (Spoiler alert: the bread did not get made.)

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