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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    After reading your story I am now going to have in my birth plan that if something happens (eg I have to have c-sec) then no 'firsts' are to be done (feed, bath etc) without me unless a doctor says it is medically necessary!
    Yes, do it!! It was in my birth plan this time!!!

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    An amazing story Waiting, I am so happy for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    After reading your story I am now going to have in my birth plan that if something happens (eg I have to have c-sec) then no 'firsts' are to be done (feed, bath etc) without me unless a doctor says it is medically necessary!
    I also wrote in mine that no one other than necessary medical staff and DH were to see, touch, hold DS until I said so. I was lucky though as the hospital I had my Vbac at were very 'hands off' anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    I also wrote in mine that no one other than necessary medical staff and DH were to see, touch, hold DS until I said so. I was lucky though as the hospital I had my Vbac at were very 'hands off' anyway.

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    This shouldn't be a problem for me? as with bub 1, with nr 2 I'm not blabbing to anyone (especially parents!) that I am in hospital until bub is born and I am ready to receive visitors.
    - or is it staff you are referring to?

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    So inspiring! Currently 33 weeks with my number 2 & desperately wanting a vbac too. Good on you x

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    I also wrote in mine that no one other than necessary medical staff and DH were to see, touch, hold DS until I said so. I was lucky though as the hospital I had my Vbac at were very 'hands off' anyway.

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    Yup, did that too I really wanted to hold bubs first and wait for any checks to be done (unless medically necessary for drs to check or move him) and requested that DD be the only one allowed in initially. Wrote it all in the birth plan. They didn't weigh DS for over an hour while we were having cuddles, it was awesome. As soon as I was stitched up they let DD in. Was so nice to just be our little family together before the visitor onslaught!! Couldn't have asked for anything better

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    Fantastic! Congratulations! This is sooo inspiring. Thank you for sharing

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    Yay! That is an awesome story. Congrats again.


 

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