Premier Birth Tools is a subdivision of M&W Productions that sells birth tools and products for Doulas, Clients, Childbirth Educators, Nurses and Midwives. The company M & W Productions has been in existence over 30 years committed to equipping you with excellent resources for your professional needs.
To provide excellent educational resources for nurses, doulas, doula trainers, childbirth educators, and hospitals so they can provide excellent care to their clients.
To see that every labor and delivery unit at every hospital and birthing center in the United States has a peanut ball and an illustrated positional chart that shows correct positioning in an effort to lower the C-section rate in the United states and to expand these products internationally.
On September 20, 2014, Childbirth Graphics named Cheri Grant “The Peanut Ball Lady,” after her presentation at the 2014 DONA/Lamaze Confluence. Link to embed facebook post:
“My mother is the inspiration of this company. She empowers women with her determination and her faith despite her physical obstacles. I have seen many women thrive and impacted as a result of her compassionate care by her doula work, teaching, professional speaking and nursing over the years. Her love of birth is contagious as she wants to inspire and share her knowledge, equipment and products with other professionals.”
The founder, chief contributor and inspiration for Premier Birth Tools is Cheri Grant RN, ICCE, CLC, ICD, CLD, CD BDT(DONA). Recently, Childbirth Graphics crowned her “The Peanut Ball Lady!” For over 42 years, she has served women as a labor and delivery nurse, childbirth educator, lactation consultant, national speaker, author, doula trainer and doula. She has helped with over 2,786 delivers in the 42 years. Cheri founded DONEOK, a Tulsa Doula community group of doulas that help trained and supported doulas for over 20 years.
“l love to help women during the birth of their baby find their strength to become a wonderful parent. Being able to change maternity care with labor skills including the peanut ball has been very rewarding. Most important to me is inspiring and empowering the next generation of doulas and nurses.”