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    Thank you all so much for your well wishes I am nervous but not as nervous as I was the first time
    i think it is more the shock of it all happening so quickly! At the doctors today they said I would be booked in for Wed next week, then I got a phone call to say it is tomorrow! Eek!
    Giggle berry I think the first week I might sleep in the spare room, and then we'll work something out I guess? I just adore sleeping with my daughter, it is so nice to snuggle and she wakes up so happy. I'd like to find a way to keep co sleeping and also have bubs in the bassinet, I hope she gets used to the noise quickly

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    Default I think I've decided to have an elective c!

    Never feel bad or guilty trust me enjoy your delivery and cuddle that little baby they are so precious.

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    Default I think I've decided to have an elective c!

    Good luck tomorrow .

    I made the same decision for similar reasons when I had DS eight months ago . I don't regret it at all and I only have happy memories of his birth.

    I also found the recovery from the elective CS a bit easier than the emergency one I had first time around after 18 hrs labour.

    I also agree that you need to trust your intuition and you are not letting anyone down.

    Hope all goes well.

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    It all went soooooo smoothly!!
    DS Sebastian Nicholas was born today at 10:02am, weighing 2.9kg.
    The staff at William Angliss are incredible, caring and I am delighted with the experience!
    What a wonderful way to help me forget the bad part of my last delivery, I am def coming back for a third here

    Dr MCCallum was such a gentleman, and he made sure I was relaxed and even did a little 'mini tuck' as my previous scar had extra tissue. We'll see the results when my tummy is not so swollen I guess!

    I am just delighted and I highly recommend this hospital

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    They can do a mini tuck? I like this idea

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    Default I think I've decided to have an elective c!

    Congratulations, glad all went well.

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    Default I think I've decided to have an elective c!

    Congrats Glad all went well!


 

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