Metalsmith, birth worker, knitter and artist. This is where I get to talk about the reality and all that.
Also, I really love earrings. Big love. Big. If you hang around, you'll probably see a lot of them.
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I’m a full spectrum doula when I’m not in the art studio. I offer compassionate and professional support to all families for all the possible outcomes of pregnancy. My practice is 100% inclusive of traditional, LGBT, poly, surrogate parents, adoptive parents, birth parents, and single parents. Because the last thing you need during a major life transition is judgment about your choices.
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Author Archives: Maia Rainwood
When I did my Full Spectrum training with the LA Doula Project earlier this summer, we spent a portion of the second day looking at ways to support loss. Dr. Ivy Margulies of Angels Born Still came in to talk … Continue reading
When I said “this is 2017” yesterday, regarding racism in America, it was not with any sense of surprise or shock. It was said because for some reason there are people out there who are still surprised and shocked by this, … Continue reading
This is America. This is Charlottesville, VA. This is 2017. “Doesn’t matter what the press says. Doesn’t matter what the politicians or the mobs say. Doesn’t matter if the whole country decides that something wrong is something right. This nation … Continue reading
The NYT had an article about “how to wear rainbow hair and still look like an adult” in it this week. It was a fluffy piece of clickbait and boiled down to, “if you’re over 30, you should use pastels.” … Continue reading
Still getting dotty over here at the Little White Cottage On The Hill, but enough time has passed that I’m starting to feel comfortable about breaking out the “good” paints and the “good” canvas (read, bigger than 6×6). Things … Continue reading
I got a ton of these 4×4 mini canvases to practice on. Some of them may be going up in the shop soon but, I think not this one. Lucky Cat seems to think we should keep it! Working on … Continue reading