It's a new millenium and Midwife Mary is called to that ancient, time-honored
profession -- midwifery! Mary is ready to attend a
with just about everything that's needed.
For comfort, Mary has a pink T-shirt with a Le Leche League motif and
she also has a pair of "Birkenstocks." Her birth bag
includes herbal tinctures, a and other items, nasal syringe, placenta bowl, cord tape,
clipboard, scale and sling for weighing the baby, baby cap and a box of
gloves. Also included are 4 towels for drying the baby and 2 wash cloths
for mom's perineum. To help May pass time at a long birth,
her copy of The Compleat Mother magazine.
Midwife Mary is dressed in slacks or dress, depending on availability. You may request either
blond, red or dark brown hair.
blood pressure cuff
sling for weighing baby
Most of the accessories are
lovingly hand-crafted by Yvonne Cryns.
Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.
All proceeds are donated to
the Yvonne Cryns Legal Defense Fund.
(Includes Priority Mailing with delivery confirmation)
Three ways to order:
1) For secure online
ordering just click the "Buy Now" button:
2) You can send your payment through Pay
Pal, then email me at [email protected]
with your order and hair color for the doll.
3) Or please send your
check or money order to:
Richmond, IL 60071
Check out the Compleat Mother miniature!
FOR THE COMPLEAT MOTHER MAGAZINE
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Ways to Order:
1) To order online with your credit
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3) Send your check and/or
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The Compleat Mother Magazine
Richmond, Illinois 60071
Phone: (815) 678-7531
Dear Mother Dear
Off the Line (News)
Moms Seeking Moms
Fun & Games
Joy, & Raspberry Leaves
-a new video compiled by Catherine and Amanda Young
of The Compleat Mother
for more information on the video!
Sweet Homebirth (Video)
have existed since the beginning of humanity. Why, then, is it so
difficult to find a midwife in America? What events occurred between
the mid 1800's until the present day which nearly made midwifery extinct
in America? And why are more families now looking into homebirth as a
refuge from hospital care?
Homebirth provides the answers. Interviews with noted doctors,
historians and midwives. Very interesting and informative video.