I'm just curious how your labor and birth went you were older? Does it get harder? Or if you've had previous children, is it easier?
Although I hate to use the term "easy" to refer to the birth process, as we know it is NOT, but in the big scheme of things my first two pregnancies and deliveries were fairly easy and uncomplicated. My first labor was roughly 4 hours from the first contraction, and the second one was probably around 8 hours. But my last one was eight years ago and I was in my 20's. I know I'm not that old now, but I'll be 34 when this one comes and I just feel like I'm in a completely different territory. My health isn't what is was, and I'm not in as good of shape. Does a history of quick, uncomplicated births last into older years, or do things change as we change?
Edited by heldt123 - 10/1/13 at 10:21am