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I am a spiritual midwife and activist for unborn babies, infants, children and families. I love animals, am fortunate enough to communicate with my own horse and dogs....
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Hi Marianne. I went on your webpage too. How exciting the work you are doing. I am presently working with prenatal and postnatal mothers and families as well and am starting a pre-midwifery course over 9 months on saturdaus. I am very excited. I have a doula certificate as well and am looking forward to attend more births.
Other than that I am a Wlaldorf Kindergarten teacher and was running a preschool in my home but had to take a break as I was burnt out. So I am working as well in an herb shop for now. I am very interested to find a Space of Love as much as a twin flame to share...but this should take its time as I separate from a 19 years relation just a year ago...Just trying to find my feet on the ground for now and enjoying my children.
Happy to have a new friend!...and hope we share more on midwifery!
I was just looking at your website and the interesting thing is that my wife was an apprenticing home-birth midwife, also! For a long time we've dreamed of our perfect home where we live now is pretty close - with about 1 acre in the midwest USA, we are very drawn towards living in tune with nature. My wife, Alex, loves horses - so at some point we hope to be able to get some land in the country for horses & creating lots of interesting permaculture based projects. We have lots of animals that we love and feel very connected to: 2 rhodesian ridgebacks, 4 cats, 5 beehives, and about 12 chickens, and a new African grey. An interesting theme just popped in my mind that we're attracting alot of Africa to us (our dogs, our parrot, plus we've been to S. Africa twice: Cape Town & Knysna) - we've been trying to have kids for more than 7 years, part of which was spent on 2 IVF cycles ( one in Cape Town - btw, we LOVE it there! The land, the people, the wine-farms, lots! ) In fact, with a friend we're collectively working towards co-creating a dual IVF cycle with a mutual surrogate friend... In the meantime, about 3 years ago we adopted our daughter from Guatemala. One last thing, I started a local LETS based on community-exchange in S.A. (that I'm trying to get locals into as a means of sustainable trade)
Perhaps that's enough for now... what about yourself? Have you always lived in Cape Town? In which part of Cape Town do you live?