Metalsmith, birth worker, knitter and artist. This is where I get to talk about the reality and all that.
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I’m a full spectrum doula when I’m not in the art studio. Below The Line Birth Services – doula support in Los Angeles. I specialize in compassionate and professional support of non-traditional families and schedules, artists, and folks who work in the entertainment and music industries. My practice is inclusive of traditional, LGBT, poly, surrogate parents, adoptive parents, birth parents, and single parents. Because the last thing you need during a major transition is judgment about your life choices.
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Tag Archives: blessings
I am finding it hard to be grateful for pain. I mean, really, who is all, like, yay pain! except in certain situations that are maybe consensual and between adults and not at all the kind of experience that I … Continue reading
I am doing two days today – one now, one later. Bad fibro flare derailed a large chunk of yesterday night. I am grateful for friendship. But specifically I am grateful for THIS friendship: You know how there are people … Continue reading
I am super grateful for my new blank journal. It is a little like a seed of pure potential and I am going to do amazing things with it. I am also grateful that I’m finally starting to feel creative … Continue reading
I’m really grateful that right now I get to live in Los Angeles for a lot of reasons. I know this city has its bleak side, its cold and cruel aspects. I know that it is a hard place for … Continue reading
Y’all, I seriously am totally grateful that we did not get those matching tattoos this summer. Because if I had, I would now be taking a blowtorch to my arm or something.