I'm planning on continuing my prenatal care with the midwives and then oopsing at home. I'll follow up in office with them a week or two after baby is born, and then get baby in to see our awesome pediatrician a week or two after birth as well. A big reason I'm doing shadow care with the MWs is in the event that I need further testing on something, they can get it done for me. Were I to need anything and not have a prenatal care provider it would just be a huge hassle and I don't feel like dealing with that. I did decide that I won't be doing the every other week appointments after 28 weeks. I know they'll want me to, but I don't have the desire or the time to go that frequently. I may go more often once I'm out of school for the semester in May, but they'll just have to deal with me not being there on their schedule. I won't be doing the GTT either. I think I may do a 3D sono because I still can't wrap my head around the fact that there is a boy in here and not a girl. I feel like I really need to see his face clearly and his boy parts in order to fully reconcile everything. I'm having kind of a hard time connecting with him for some reason, and that bothers me. :(
Tumble Bumbles, I'm so sorry that you're having to deal with falsified records! It's TOTALLY illegal for them to do that, which I'm sure you know. I can't even believe that they would write stuff in there that never happened. I would edit them too, like Tracy suggested. I swear, we are told in nursing school constantly to only put true information in the record and to be really super careful about the way we word things because it can come back to bite us later if we're not truthful and accurate. I just don't understand why they would think it's okay to lie like that.