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    sounds like gravity really IS our best friend in labour!

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    Hey, it used to be you would just squat down in the field, have your baby, put her on your back, hand her your nipple over your shoulder, and continue picking cotton!
    It's the way nature intended it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Hey, it used to be you would just squat down in the field, have your baby, put her on your back, hand her your nipple over your shoulder, and continue picking cotton!
    It's the way nature intended it.
    Great to hear my b00bs are "flexible" just the way nature intended! Just a pity not much milk comes out.

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    Can't say I've ever tried flopping mine over my shoulder 😂

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    That last little guy is adorable!

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    I reeeeeally want a VBAC next time. I just want to experience a natural birth so badly. I'm not annoyed at how DD's birth had to pan out, it was the only way for her to arrive safely. But next time I want things to be different. My ob did sound positive about my chances of a VBAC so I think I'll stick with her next time if she's still a practicing (despite her being expensive).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumpkaboo View Post
    I reeeeeally want a VBAC next time. I just want to experience a natural birth so badly. I'm not annoyed at how DD's birth had to pan out, it was the only way for her to arrive safely. But next time I want things to be different. My ob did sound positive about my chances of a VBAC so I think I'll stick with her next time if she's still a practicing (despite her being expensive).
    I've had three bubs vbac post cs baby. It is possible, but I was prepped ready for a cs just in case.

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    I've been wondering in a cs would be safer for me next time.

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    I'm planning a vbac for this baby. Hopefully my placenta will move up so I'll be able to.


 

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