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Originally Posted by WindyCityMom View Post
Oregon and Vermont are out- Cost of living!!

treeoflife- ooh! Wisconsin dairy!! I assume there's lots of raw milk to go around
My mom has a good source for some raw goat's milk. He and my stepdad work together so my stepdad brings it home to her on the sly I don't know any specific sources other than that as i've never looked (nor would I know how what with the whole stupid raw milk/legalities issues) but I'm betting there is plenty! Madison is such a liberal place that i'd seriously be shocked if he were the only guy in the state dealing the raw
post #22 of 23
NOT Illinois. North Carolina isn't exactly friendly towards homebirth, but I do know many people who had one there and they are very active in working towards legalization.
post #23 of 23
The Houston area is not one where you'll have to deal with southern drawl. This is a huge, metropolitan area, with no distinct cultural accent. Unlike Chicago. People are always trying to tell me I'm not *really* born and raised in Texas because I don't speak like I'm from East Texas (draaaawwl) or what they've seen in cowboy movies. Born and raised, and no accent. It's that way for most native Houstonians. But then we have an immense mix of cultures and yummy food (yes, that's the best part of diversity! ) to enjoy, too.

Oh, and a great selection of homebirth midwives, good homeschooling support, LOTS of resources in the museums and institutions in the city for homeschooling, and easy-peasy vax exemptions (philosophical/religious/medical).

But it does get hot.
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