eeeeeek! Cantwait, its sooo close now!! Gorgeous bump by the way How are you feeling??
How much do they estimate bub at now?? My DS was predicted to be big...At 36wks he was estimated about 3.3/3.4kgs... He was born 38+6 at 4.080kgs! The lil monsters stack on the weight in those last few weeks. Good luck with it all
Lil Nightmare I can't wait to meet bubba but yes the concept of labour does seem like a surreal thing right now that I cant imagine being reality. It's hard to explain but I know its going to happen so my plan is to just go with the flow! How are you feeling in general? Have you been told how big bubba is yet? That part makes it even more daunting
Baby is taking over my insides, the amount of kicking and prodding going on in there is insane, at least bubba is in the right position but that = lots of kicks in and around the ribs!
4 weeks can't wait and I'll nightmare! But you only got your bfp's like two months ago!
Labor is awesome! I can't wait to try it again, it is very empowering. It is amazing what our bodies are designed to do. And at the end you get a tiny little baby to snuggle. You can do it!
Wow! So close!!! Bet you're both super excited cantwait and nightmare!
Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012
Lil Nightmare I would hope for a 7 pounder if I were you too
Trio I am pretty excited about the birth but also just unsure and curious as to how intense the pain will be and how I will cope. I have looked into all the methods of pain relief and I am turned off all of them, I really don't want the side effects that come with most of them so will be trying to go without. If I need something though I won't hesitate to give it a go but it would have to be pretty bad for me to go there!
I guess its the idea of not waiting drugs that makes the whole thing a bit more scary but our bodies are made to do it so I do have faith in that. Women have been giving birth since the beginning of time so if they can do it I can too, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger haha
The best advice I've had this week was from a midwife (we were discussing hypnobirthing/calmbirthing) and thats to turn your brain off in early labour and just go with what your body is doing.
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