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Old 09-23-2013, 01:37 PM
sleepygirl sleepygirl is offline
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Default Poly and babies

I don't know if this is truly the correct place for this post, please feel free to move it, if necessary.

My life calling is to be a midwife, eventually, once my children are older. For now, in preparation, I'm working on becoming a doula. In light of my recent reading and research, I've been (pleasantly) surprised at how many polys have children or are planning children. It has led me to wonder just how important it might be to have a doula/midwife who specializes in poly families, someone who understands, accepts, even welcomes the dynamics and interplay of poly relationships within a family group.

So...thoughts, folks? Good idea? Bad idea? Total non-issue?
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Last edited by sleepygirl; 09-23-2013 at 01:42 PM. Reason: edited to correct grammar
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