Thank you so much Bess! The 'Lovely Blog' one is my favorite. I'm awarding this too:
- Eden at Growing in Him because all of her ideas are lovely
- Elisheva at My Handmade Blessings because I love her ability to craft.
And I award these to those of you who are bookworms and love to write down all of your personal thoughts.
HERE is the link that she provided... and here is what she says about it:
Hey there, just so you know. That is not the only route to go. You can also be a lay midwife. You can become a student to a birth center and begin training with only a high school diploma. It takes a few years but it is all hands on training, with no schooling. It depends on what you want to do. If you want to work for a doctor or hospital you become a CNM but if you want to work for a birth center or do home births you become a lay midwife.
This sounds pretty good! It might be better than going 'all out'. I bet that you could go to a school if you felt like you wanted some book experience in addition to hands on experience.