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~Milk*Jugs~ 4 kids; La Quinta, California 1978 posts
9th Jun '10

<blockquote><b>Quoting babybaker:</b>“ Congrats and thanks for sharing your story! I'm so glad all went easily for you! You need to change your screen name now to VBAC Mama :)! And your daughter is beautiful!!!”</blockquote>



thanks! I'm so glad it did too. I was convinced I'd be in labor forever like I was with my son. But once I relaxed it went by so fast, it was great :).

M&F VBAC Graduate 19 kids; Texas 10997 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting **Sheri HBAC hopeful**:
babybaker 5 kids; Georgia 21174 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting umfaisal [Expecting#2]:
Sheri an aspiring hippie 19 kids; Nevada 3091 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting babybaker:
M&F VBAC Graduate 19 kids; Texas 10997 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting babybaker:
KillerMombie 3 kids; Belle Chasse, Louisiana 28282 posts
9th Jun '10

I know I don't post in here often, I'm usually on my phone and this touch screen totally jacks up my right thumb nail, Lol! But I just wanted to voice my appreciation for the personal experiences, information, and advice that has been shared here. I really feel inspired and empowered reading through this thread and others like it. It's a bit of a shock realizing how in the dark so many NOT involved in a diverse community like this are. I'm very grateful for the knowledge I've gained through BG and ladies like all of you who have given me a sense of comradery almost. A feeling that I'm not alone in my ideals and beliefs. It has really given me a stronger confidence in the choices I've made and my ability to voice them to my family, friends, and physicians. So far it seems I am on my way to my own uninvasive VBAC *crosses fingers* and would like to credit a good deal of the success I've found so far (in finding a VBAC friendly dr, learning how to achieve success in my delivery, and the education needed to feel confident through it all) from this site. You ladies are amazing and really are what these forums are all about. Thank you again!




Okay, the polish is officially rubbed off of the corner of my nail. Lol!!

babybaker 5 kids; Georgia 21174 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting **Sheri HBAC hopeful**:
driftinggg Kenosha, Wisconsin 14114 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting umfaisal [Expecting#2]:
M&F VBAC Graduate 19 kids; Texas 10997 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting Sy♥beanCK&K:
Sharonblueyes{EBFB} 3 kids; Sequim, Washington 23124 posts
9th Jun '10

Hi girls, just wanted to pop in with some MUST READ articles about the pelvic floor. Seriously I was blown away by this, it's totally different from what I thought I knew about Kegels, birth preparation and pelvic floor recovery, "sneeze-pee" incontinence after birth, etc. :)
I'm going to print them out for my midwife! This is seriously incredible info, and really simple excercises that can make all the difference in your birth, recovery, and life in general. I'm posting these in ALL my chat threads!!
Read away. :)
Article one http://mamasweat.blogspot.com/2010/05/pelvic-floor-party-kegels-are-not.html



Article two http://mamasweat.blogspot.com/2010/05/pelvic-floor-encore.html

M&F VBAC Graduate 19 kids; Texas 10997 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting Sharonblueyes{EBFB}:
M&F VBAC Graduate 19 kids; Texas 10997 posts
9th Jun '10

With my first pregnancy my son was breech which is why i had a c-section.. my doctor kept saying that might have something to do with me having a small pelvis (i dont believe this because when he came out the umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck, i think thats the reason he didnt flip)
Anyway, but i was wanting to know just incase that was the reason, things i can do to losen or widen my pelvic bones!
TIA

driftinggg Kenosha, Wisconsin 14114 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting umfaisal [Expecting#2]:
M&F VBAC Graduate 19 kids; Texas 10997 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting Sy♥beanCK&K:
Sheri an aspiring hippie 19 kids; Nevada 3091 posts
9th Jun '10
Quoting Sharonblueyes{EBFB}: