Human Transformer hahahahaha
Shared from my cousin, who is an L&D nurse.
6 years ago, I was 6 days 'overdue' and scheduled for an induction. The hospital said they didn't have room and that I should call back in the morning...then my water broke and they *had* to accept me. Haha, persistent then, persistent now!
This is hilarious and adorable
In a kiddie pool, under a honeysuckle bush...
Did anyone see the episode of the Kardashians where Kourtney was considering an at-home waterbirth? I was cracking up. I'm sure some strong proponents of home births were cringing, but I thought it was pretty darn funny.
Anyone do a waterbirth? Or an (intentional) at-home birth?
This is not for me. What do you think?
(Plus, my first labor was so long, it would have to be a box set of DVDs ;) )
"I love when people ask me about my 'birth story.' I felt a little strange, then I felt a lot of pain, then a baby came out my hoo-haa. End of story."
HAHAHA! I was cracking up at this!
In related news, the last time I gave birth was 4 years ago, and even then I didn't use this. So why is it still in my closet?
This time 4 years ago, I was 6 days past due, working from home all day with an 18-month-old by my side, and had been in early labor all day (and didn't even realize it!). I was scheduled to be induced, but there was no room for me, so they told me to stay home and wait. Despite simultaneously wanting that baby out and not wanting to be induced, I was just angry at the hospital.
Well, I suppose I willed myself into labor because, at 11pm, an hour before I was supposed to call back and check availability* my water broke! My sister realized that my contractions went from 10 min apart to 5 min apart, and off we went! Turns out the hospital had room for me after all :)
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