Quoting Mommyto4.5:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Ravey Candyass:</b>" you're a snarky little b***h. not everyone ... [snip!] ... the point of posting? For your own enjoyment of trying to tear others down? Apparently you have to much time on your hands..."
i posted twice in here. i don't give enough f**ks bout you, but others were trying to genuinely help you, and you shut them down.
<blockquote><b>Quoting jazzzzz*:</b>" My question is, why would you want a premature baby at home? With a midwife, not at a hospital at least with a NICU? Not judging just wondering."</blockquote>
The hospital here delivers at 36 weeks and the midwife stated that since they will deliver at that time and i have previously delivered a son at 36 weeks that i could deliver at home and call for transportation to the hospital if the need arises.....of course and sooner than 36 weeks we would go to the hospital and stop labor or give birth....the hospital will not allow vbacs and i want to avoid another c section if at all possible....i have 4 little ones and no family except for SO....so having to travel 2+ hours to a hospital that allows vbacs is out of the question and we can't afford to relocate there until the birth.....we've cotton all the information we needed and are doing everything we can to keep baby baking as long as possible but 36 weeks right now is our goal....if we make it to there then 37 weeks is out next goal and so on
I'm just scared about the pain because I've never gone poison free during labor and birth and just wanted some insite an what worked for other moms
Quoting Mommyto4.5:" I'm just scared about the pain because I've never gone poison free during labor and birth and just wanted some insite an what worked for other moms"
youll do great mama dont worry!
<blockquote><b>Quoting MotherFalcon~16weeks!:</b>" youll do great mama dont worry!"</blockquote>
Thank you!! I'm trying not to worry, it's just hard. Tomorrow I'm going to work on getting a cd made that i can play during labor with my favorite music and sounds on it....