I am expect twins - due early Dec (full term) and looking at helping a student midwife out.
I have no idea what to expect or if anyone would be interested but having some local support would be nice i think (Hubby's not too good with hospitals) and with twins maybe a different experience for some students.
Please contact me if you are interested and what you offer.
This is our first pregnancy and we will be going having the twins at Gold Coast Hospital
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