I had a c-section last time after the doctor pushed for one because of an estimated 10-11 lb baby. She was actually 9.9lbs at 39 weeks. This time, I looked for an OB that supported natural birth, even in situations such as twins and previous c-sections. I stated from the beginning that I'd like to avoid a c-section unless medically indicated. The OB was fine with that, knowing that there was a history of macrosomia. I also had a consultation with a perinatologist, and he told me that I should absolutely try for a VBAC. He commented that his first child was 10 lbs, and there is nothing wrong with trying for a VBAC with a large baby. I am 5'7" and not petite, so there is no concern that my pelvis could handle it. I think that in many cases, it is just a matter of finding a doctor that is well-educated on VBACS and the actual statistics involved.