eek, mamasmoman!! Glad everything is okay! I would have had a heart attack just waiting to get to the hospital to make sure everything is alright! My parents were hit by a drunk driver about three weeks before I was born (exactly on the passenger side where my mom was sitting). The only thing that kept her and I from being hurt was the fact that my parents were driving one of this big conversion vans and the guy that ran the stop sign was in a Chevette. I can't imagine getting into an accident now...I think I would rip the other person a new one.
Kaitlyn- I mentioned something on my facebook about a possible induction and the majority of my friends spoke out vehemently against it, much like on here. In fact, most of the people I talk to are against it as well... But then again, I seem to have a whole let of hippie friends :o)
Had my NST, BPP, and check up today. Both the ultrasound tech AND my doctor expressed amazement that my water has not broken yet. Apparently there is next to nothing left of my cervix and baby has been steadily moving down. They have been telling me for weeks that my cervix was thinning, but this time I could actually see what they were talking about right away on the ultrasound. And I am dilated to almost three...which I know doesn't really matter, but makes me feel a bit better.
When I left the office, the tech told me she didn't expect to see me at the appointment next week...I told her she just jinxed me.
Part of me thinks "yes, this kid is coming anytime now!", but a slightly bigger part of me thinks "Who am I kidding? He isn't coming out until he hits 43 weeks!"
Please be the first!!
The past three nights have been full of contractions...but it was like that last week, and the week before that...
I hate the wait and see of all this. I am not a very patient pregnant woman! Neither is my 4 year old. Every morning he asks me if Henry is here...like he might have missed it during the night When I tell him no, he says "But I'm ready for him now!" Believe me, I am right there with you buddy!
And my god, I don't think I have ever felt this uncomfortable!