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#1 StoryofLori

Posted 03 May 2013 - 11:01 PM

Hi everyone! I used to be quite active on here a few years ago, when I was pregnant with my now-five-year-old Rosey. Any of the old "Darwin Divas" still hanging around anymore? We used to have some fun meetups and morning teas back then, I hope we still do!

I am now a first-year midwifery student, and am required to to have four "follow-through" continuity of care partnerships with pregnant women in my first year, and would love to chat with anyone willing to help me out! I'm also an experienced doula, and while I'd have to put my student-midwife hat on and be still and watch during your antenatal appointments more than I would as a doula, I would still be very happy to provide you with my doula services and support at no charge while working with you. I have a huge library of books and DVDs, and can give you references from previous clientele.

If this sounds interesting to you, fantastic! Please message me for more info or to plan a time to meet up and talk.

Thanks!
Lori

#2 Snagglepussed

Posted 22 May 2013 - 01:30 PM

Hi Lori!

Just giving this a bump up for you in case some Divas missed your post a few weeks back!

Well done on your midwifery course.
Come on over to Studying & Parenting and share your studies with all of the other Mum students (me included)...




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