Sophie and Sophia met during the summer of 2015 during an artist residency in Maine. As their friendship blossomed, their peers began referring to them as one person, “SoSo,” which they quickly adopted and began calling each other. Amused and fascinated by this shared sense of unity through their names, they began to play with the idea of collaborating as some sort of educational team either with children or adults, regarding sex education and the arts, or something similar. Sophia had began her summer already with the idea of becoming a doula, and as she discussed this with Sophie, she too became inspired to explore this path. After the residency ended and they parted ways, their bond to each other and collective interest in the birth process began to grow. They each received their DONA training within months of each other in their respective cities, and began taking on clients almost immediately. Through their shared sense of humor as well as mutual reverence for art, nature, and birth, they embarked on a journey of creating a shared doula services business, guided by the wisdom of Sophos, connected across the country, together as a supportive and collaborative team. While Sophie and Sophia do not live in the same city, they are in frequent communication and explore and respond to the birth process intimately together, asking each other for advice, sharing literature and resources, and most importantly, doulaing one another with praise, love, and support. They hope, one day, to co-doula when they find themselves in the same geographic location once again.