Originally Posted by UptownZoo
:Here's the whole story. It was a beautiful birth, but totally undramatic in the medical/legal/freaked-out-neighbors sense.
Which one's yours? I love reading homebirth stories.
I think brown rice does need to be stored in a cool place but not necessarily frozen. I do put rice, flour, beans, etc in the deep freeze for a few days when I first buy it to kill any bug eggs that might be lurking.
Originally Posted by 4evermom
Ya know what people really think is weird? Much weirder than homebirths?
Really? We've done one and didn't get any weird reactions...must be the south. It was like a homebirth in a way and it was good; a true celebration of his life that wouldn't have been the same in a funeral home.
Hehe, the pp who asked if I was a cat~ I feel like one in labor~run away and hide! My cat was actually...
Whoa, I'm sorry,that's one of my nightmares! I really try to scope people out from afar (not that you had the chance)...I was merely polite to a coworker YEARS ago and now I'm stuck hearing way too much about her creeepy life.
Originally Posted by SAHDS
They're buried in the garden next to the person she originally axe-murdered in the storage room. The 'home birth' is just her alibi and she's posting here to get us all on her side so she can use us when the cops finally catch her! Well, I will not fall for her tricks!
But...but I have pictures! Dunno if my face is in them, but....
Anyway! I did manage to work it into conversation when they said that the...
I don't think the birth was that exciting by MDC standards. I actually gave birth on the steps leading to the bathroom, just because that's where I happened to be when she started to crown. This was a good thing for my doc because she was set to come out Superman style with both hands above her head so he had to do some reaching around; which I'm sure was easier with me on all fours at his eye level. Even after the cord was cut it was taking forever for the placenta to...