|Deana Andersen-Tennant, PCD(DONA) more doulas|
|I believe the value of postpartum support and my role as a doula varies, just as the families I work with are each uniquely different. Simply put my job is to listen, so that I may learn what it is that you need or want and help you accomplish just that.|
Mother of five children including identical twins and boy/girl twins.
AAS degree in Early Childhood Education.
Lactation educator and support services volunteer of Full House Moms (moms of multiples)
Postpartum doula and lactation specialist with over 25 years experience working with mothers and their babies.
Specialties include but are not limited to twins, triplets and quadruplets, preemies, high risk babies, postpartum depression, sibling care and problem solving.
TWINS 101: a four hour class, for parents who are expecting more than one baby. A practical approach to preparing home, supplies, and equipment needed for multiple babies. This is not a preparing for childbirth class. Problem solving and practical information for caring for more than one baby at once and getting over that newborn hump will be given. Class is taught by a multiples specialist and educator with both personal experience, and over 20 years professional, with multiples and their families. Classes are held in the Milagros Boutique's family room.
To sign up for TWINS 101 contact Deana at (503) 493-7390 ext 3
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