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Comment by Lynsey Stone on May 19, 2009 at 7:27pm
I am a birth photographer in the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX area.

www.dfwbirthphotographer.com

I have been doing this for about 3 years now and love it. I have 4 children and they have been born in every way possible from cesarean to home waterbirth! :-) I feel that my photography really promotes alternative birth choices in my area and I want to keep showing beautiful images of waterbirths, homebirths...to let people know that this is a real option for them!
Comment by Julie Norris on May 19, 2009 at 11:51am
Hey Ladies,

I own an organic cafe (http://dandelioncommunitea.com), host a radio show (http://frontporchradio.wordpress.com) and now blog about being a natural mom (http://gaiamama.wordpress.com) as I am expecting my first child this august. I've long be interested in birthing naturally & am planning a homebirth with a midwife if all goes well, as it has been so far. Looking forward to connecting, learning & sharing with all of you!
Comment by Jackie Belau on May 15, 2009 at 6:31am
Hi Ladies,

I am the founder of Better Birth America www.betterbirthamerica.com. I am looking for women who are passionate about promoting birth options and would like to do so in their area while earning a little extra income. If you are interested please email me or check out this link. http://betterbirthamerica.com/representatives.html. You do not need to be a birth professional, just a woman passionate about promoting birth options!

I think Ricki and Abby are doing a great job of using their celebrity to promote birth options and we can do it in our own towns!

Thanks,
Jackie Belau
Comment by Sheri Menelli on May 13, 2009 at 3:22pm
'm on Birth Junkie Radio today between 3-4 PM Pacific Time Listen in at http://cfmu.msumcmaster.ca/ I'll be sharing this link of a free seminar I'm giving http://www.birthingbusiness.com/cmd.php?af=606441 but more info on the call.

The interview is about growing your birthing business.
Comment by Cherylyn on May 13, 2009 at 1:09pm
This is a major event including the screening of three amazing childbirth films: Orgasmic Birth, The Business of Being Born, and Pregnant in America, and the producer of Orgasmic Birth will be at the screening as well!

Date: June 13, 2009
Location: Towne Cinema Theaters in American Fork, UT
Cost: $25
What: Screening of Orgasmic Birth, Pregnant in America, The Business of Being Born, Special Guest Speaker, Debra Pascali-Bonaro
Email: moviescreening@rawmelissa.com if you have questions
Comment by Exie Buehler on May 12, 2009 at 5:44pm
I own Tranquil Touch Therapeutic Massage For Women in Farmington, MI. I specialize in women's health and am certified in prenatal massage. I am also a Certified Massage Doula providing nuturing support during childbirth.
Comment by Melissa Hettick on May 11, 2009 at 10:51am
Im a WAHM of 3 in central California.
In 2001 I became a Doula & in 2004, a CBE.
Im a CNA, & a Nursing student working toward my goal of CNM someday.

I fell in Love with Babywearing when my second child was born and my oldest (then 17 mos!) was diagnosed as having Special Needs. It was Necessary for me to have a functional, fashionable sling for the new little one! After trying everything I could afford to buy (And a few I couldn't!) I decided to make my own! I researched many fabrics & designs & in 2005 I created my business

www.SwankyBabyGear.com

We sell affordable & Fashionable Baby Slings & Baby gear including Hair accessories & Room Decor.
Custom orders are always welcome!
Comment by Melissa Chappell on May 9, 2009 at 5:39pm
If anyone here is in Utah, there's a great conference coming up called, Mom's Who Make It, for working mama's. Find more information here: www.momswhomakeit.com. I own two businesses. One's a health food biz (rawmelissa.com) and one's a childbirth biz. I'm hosting a Birth Documentary Film Festival on June 13 and we're showing BOBB. Also the director/producer of Orgasmic Birth will be speaking. Please join us if you can! More info: www.doulamelissa.blogspot.com
Comment by Katie Danziger on May 7, 2009 at 8:37am
Thrilled to be a part of this group. As the saying goes, "Necessity is the mother of invention." Therefore, when my littlest spilled on her car seat, and I struggled to take it off to clean it, only to read the care instructions, which read, "Do not machine wash, " I thought that there has to be a better way. After my search came up empty, I knew an idea was born. The nomie baby car seat cover is a cozy, removable, washable and waterproof cover for infant and toddler/convertible car seats. No more struggling with taking the car seat out of the car or wrestling with the straps. It is designed with elastic edges, so it easily slips over the existing cover, and the Velcro openings allow the straps to pull through without wrestling to disassemble them. Then when it gets dirty, and you know it will, simply slip it off, throw it in the washing machine and dryer, and start all over again! No more crying over spilled milk - or worse!

The goal was to create an affordable product that makes parent's lives easier. At $34 the nomie baby car seat cover is it. Here's to happy-mess!. Please check it out at http://www.nomiebaby.com.
Comment by Amber Janke on May 7, 2009 at 8:07am
Lori, I felt the same as you. My daughter is now 6 months (today) and it took a while to really get to a place where I was able to work and feel like I was completely fullfilling all her needs. The best tip I can give you is just stay positive and don't worry about work, put all your attention on her and before you know it you too will have a little schedule and you will start to see more and more time where you can work. It won't be like before but you'll be able to do it! Best of luck
 

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