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It looks like she was successful!  http://www.mothering.com/community/t/1318288/intro-to-me-and-my-desire-for-a-vba4c#post_16530583
http://community.babycenter.com/post/a26519895/vbac_denied_horrid_experience...?cpg=1&csi=2304270738&pd=-1    My heart goes out to this mother.I have only ever heard about this happening, I have never read a first hand account.  I hope this mother is able to get legal representation, and work through this traumatic experience. 
There is a Mama on another VBAC board who has had a VBAC3 with a prior T-incision.  Here is the link to her birth story...http://community.babycenter.com/post/a13674885/successful_vba3c_after_inverted_t_incision_sergio_emanuel_is_here?   Goodluck, I hope you are able to get the birth you want! 
Praying you get a wonderful provider who will support you....
Tri-Care will cover a homebirth as long as it is with a CNM. They covered my homebirth, that ended up in a transfer. Then then covered my c-section.... They also covered my VBAC at a civilian hospital... DO your research and talk to others who have BTDT, Tri-Care will not tell you what they cover, you need to do your research, and then tell them what you need.
I saw this on another board I am on. I love stories like this one. Just goes to show all baby needs is a little time... http://www.twoweekwait.com/preg/comm...topic&t=169627
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Get the t-shirt... I embroidered a t-shirt for my son, plus a born at home blanket. We ended up transferring for a c-section. I also put the t-shirt on him anyways, and he still uses the blanket at age 5. Stay positive, and just plan this birth the same way you did your first. Give it your all...
I think you could easily get 10-12 ounces a day. You would need to be wiling to pump several times a day though. I have pumped for my sisters children, while nursing my last two children. I pumped 18-23 ounces a day for her son, and presently pump 12-15 ounces a day for her daughter. I started pumping the day my milk came in though, so my body has been making extra milk from the beginning. Goodluck, I think it is a wonderful reason to pump for your sister....
My two oldest are boys and have a 6 month old daughter. I did not know the gender of #3, so I well know those comments. I actually had a woman come up to me while pregnant when I had my nephew with me (so it looked like I had 3 boys) and say I sure hope this one is a girl. I told her it was a boy, and I never wanted a girl...lol. I am not going to lie, I wanted a little girl this last time, and was thrilled to get a daughter, though I would have been just as happy to...
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