Me too! (in the south)I'm determined to have a vba3c...and no, it is not easy in Florida. We have some of the highest c section rates in the world here in this state. My third child was a c-section only because I couldn't find a single OB or CNM who was willing to take me on after two, within an hours drive!
This time around, I am getting a lot of runaround, still...but I have more leads as I've expanded my driving limits and am doing more research. My last baby ended up needing 2 weeks in NICU because of breathing problems brought about by being born too early (My OB had misdated the pregnancy) and not getting muccous squeezed out through the birth canal (that is actually a common problem, for c section babies - especially boys - and my first son had a similar issue, although it "only" kept him away from me for the first nine hours). So, I am really being stubborn about this, even though it means that up until now I've had NO prenatal care...because I still have no provider. I'm only 16 weeks along, though, everything seems very smooth, and I know quite a bit about my own history, nutritional needs, etc.
Anyway, I am in Homestead, which is south of Miami. I have an appt on Thursday to tour Miami Maternity Center and meet with a midwife there, who I've actually been advised by other midwives to lie to (saying I've had one section), so that she'll take me on...I don't really feel comfortable with that, although I am tempted.
The moral of this story is, GET YOUR VBAC NOW! The more sections you have, the harder your vbac will be to get ahold of, unless you are willing to go unnassisted at home.