I still think about my birth a lot and I am so unbelievably thankful to have had such an amazing experience, and I feel very, very pleased with how it all went. I have zero complaints, really. The thing I always tell people about it is "I would have never dared to hope that it would be so perfect". What I mean is that I know labor is so unpredictable, so all throughout my pregnancy I envisioned a nice birth but felt as though there would be *something* that was a little off. Not that something would go "wrong", but just maybe a few heart rate decels, or perhaps poor timing and DS1 would be freaking out and totally get in the way of my laboring, or perhaps that I had to call DH home from work and there would be some drama there. Just *something* that wasn't perfect, so I didn't dare set my expectations too high. But from start to finish it was amazing. Just wonderful. Even my attitude about being a week late at my last prenatal was great- I was very laid back and ready for another week of pregnancy- not impatient or anxious at all.
I could go on and on (I really think about it all the time, so I have a lot to say, ha!) But yeah, I couldn't have asked for anything more
And that's exactly why I feel good about stopping at two. There's no way anyone's talking me into a 3rd birth- I've read too many "wild card" birth stories on here