Looking for a volunteer doula in the Boston areagreenspun.com : LUSENET : Doula.Com General Discussion : One Thread
Hello, I gave birth with an amazing doula three months ago, andI have a wonderful friend in the Boston area who is due in November 2003. Money is tight, and I would like to try to find a volunteer doula in the Boston area for her to work with. Does anyone have any information on whom I can contact? She is a wonderful, special woman and very committed to natural childbirth. Thank you! Melissa Munn firstname.lastname@example.org
-- Melissa Munn (email@example.com), September 13, 2003
Wouldn't you consider supporting her at her birth?
You do have experience. I was my sisters birth partner - it was amazing!
-- Andrea Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 15, 2003.
I would love to be there for her, but I have a new baby myself; also she lives in Boston, I live in New York City. There's a chance if I am in Ct. for Thanksgiving and she goes into labor, maybe I could work it out, but I really can't fathom leaving my baby for anything more than a few hours...
-- Melissa Munn (email@example.com), September 17, 2003.
oh I see what a shame. I have a 15 week old baby who is breastfed. I attend college twice a week, but express milk for his daddy to give him.
-- Andrea Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 18, 2003.
Hey! Our babies must have close to the same birthdate! My daughter was born on June 6th. I too am pumping so Papa can feed the baby- I just started going back to work 12 hours a week, and it's working out pretty well, though it's hard to leave her.What was your labor like?
-- Melissa Munn (email@example.com), September 18, 2003.
My son was born on the 5th of June! I am 25 and have 5 kids now ages 7,5,4,2 and Kamron 16 weeks - all their births were different. I have never had a single stitch, and usually use entanox.
-- Andrea Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 24, 2003.
I just stumbled upon this forum and saw your post. We provide training for labor assistants/doulas and childbirth educators, and we have a large membership in Boston. If your friend is still looking for a doula you or she might want to look at our website, which is www.alace.org, or call us at (888) 222-5223. Many of our members are willing to volunteer and I'm sure we can find someone for your friend.
-- Jessica Porter (email@example.com), October 27, 2003.