I'm having one in a week and I can honestly say that i would want something that will pamper me and make me feel fresh, on the go healthy snacks or if you don't work due to kids offer to do something around the house for a few weeks that you cannot do while recovering from a c-sec. My friends are doing all my housework for me, something different each day of the week as my mum and sister have organised the pampering packs and snacks for me already and I've stock piled my freezer with enough meals to sink a battle ship
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