Or if birthing-related-stuff got on the carpets or something maybe their insurance wouldn't cover it because they gave permission for you to birth there.
Does that make sense? I'm just thinking 'outloud' I don't actually know.
I dunno. I guess I'm agreeing what they don't know won't stress them out
Cos nothing will go wrong and if it does your putting yourself somewhere to handle it.
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08-11-2010 17:42 #31
Last edited by Boobycino; 08-11-2010 at 17:45.
08-11-2010 17:55 #32
08-11-2010 18:28 #33
What a beautiful serene setting to welcome your bub into the world!
It sure beats a cold, impersonal, small hospital bed!
All the best with your pregnancy.
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