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June 9, 2016 35 min

Ep. 110: “Follow Your Intuition!” Featuring Devon Clement

In this Dearest Doula podcast episode, we are chatting with Devon Clement!

Devon Clement is a postpartum doula, parenting guide, and baby sleep coach. She is also the owner of ‘Mama’s Best Friend’, currently serving clients in the New Jersey, New York, and Philadelphia areas.

For links to the resources Devon outlined, be sure to visit our 'show notes' page at:

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I look forward to connecting with you!  

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