I'm 26wks with my second baby and have had low lying placenta the whole pregnancy. On Friday my U/S showed the placenta to be about .5cm from the cervix and my OB said he would consider it placenta previa and have about a 50/50 chance of it moving up enough for a vaginal birth. I know many women have this procedure and I want a safe, healthy birth/baby, but honestly, I'm really, really afraid of having a C-section birth. Although I'm unhappy about the surgical aspect of it, mostly I'm really sad about the idea of not being able to be with my new baby immediately after birth for bonding and breastfeeding. I've read some women say they have "progressive" hospitals and were allowed to have the baby on their chest while the MD was finishing the C-section. We will have to speak with our hospital about their policies, but can you give me some advice about things to put in my C-Section Birth Plan that will convey how important skin-to-skin/breastfeeding is? I don't want to write something so unreasonable that they don't listen to me at all, but am not sure what's realistic to ask for given my desire for being with the baby.