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Last quarter's question: What are you doing to prepare yourself and your clients for the year 2000?

As a busy "homelife" mother of nine (ages NB-16, breastfeeding, homeschooling, ...), I search for ways to make a difference. I plan to share more of what I have learned. I try to reach out to those new mothers and mothers-to-be. I'm learning to use those opportunities that happen in the course of busy comings and goings. I plan to become more vocal when I find myself with or meeting mothers in public so that I may encourage them with my experience. I hope to share more of my pregnancy and birth and parenting books. I am also planning to change my informal study time into formal study toward certification as a labor assistant that others may be blessed.

Thanks for your work on the journal, Annmarie! I continue to learn.

Julie Mae Coponen New Ipswich, NH
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Author:Coponen, Julie Mae
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Date:Dec 22, 1999
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