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WOW... as a mom, I would absolutely be ok (and excited) to have a doula speak at my kids' school. Yes, they might ask questions, but it is the duty of the parent to answer any follow-up questions our kids may have. If they're curious about ANYTHING, I'm going to explain it in a way that is appropriate for their age group, whether the subject is birth-related or not.
Congrats on your HBAC! Great story... bet your baby boy is just the sweetest! :)
Hello Corrie,   Hope this reply is not coming way too late! I would love to be featured in your book so long as I can have a copy of it! :) I'm open to any other questions you may have (if there are any). I had a great experience and I hope my story can inspire other mom's who want to VBAC. Hope to hear from you soon...   Take care!   Precious   (Had to post here, don't have permission to pm???)
Sounds normal... my son is 19 months old and still does that (actual words now though, not just beginning consonants). But at about the same age as your baby he was babbling certain things all day some days and then not at all the next. You said he interacts well and is alert so seems like right now there probably is no need for intervention.
Lisa- Yes, it was the 1st doc... never made it in to see my new midwife! lol I am tempted to tell her "told you so!" at my 6-week post partum visit.
I hope your next birth goes much better for you and your husband, Mama! Be encouraged!
Thank you ladies! My wish for you is that you just stay encouraged and have a support team who truly believes that your body can handle this! Good luck to you all! I'm so excited to read your stories next!
Sounds awesome... very encouraging that you did it the way YOU wanted it done and in a way that made you and your husband completely comfortable. Congrats again! :)
Update! Lengthy story but I HAVE to tell you about it! lol   My adorable princess has arrived 12 days early! And of course... she did NOT wait to meet my new midwife. I was in total shock when I went into labor at 1am on June 7th (the day I was supposed to consult with a midwife) I had some bloody show and some pretty ouchy contractions for about 3 hours the morning before but nothing I thought was serious... the contractions tapered off but more show continued to...
Update! Lengthy story but I HAVE to tell you about it!  lol   My adorable princess has arrived 12 days early! And of course... she did NOT wait to meet my new midwife. I was in total shock when I went into labor at 1am on June 7th (the day I was supposed to consult with a midwife) I had some bloody show and some pretty ouchy contractions for about 3 hours the morning before but nothing I thought was serious... the contractions tapered off but more show continued to...
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