Robin - when I knew Emma was breech, I didn't schedule a section. I waited until I was in labor. I figured a little labor is better for her than none. So, when my water broke I called the midwife who in turn called the hospital. I am still sending you baby turning vibes. It is so frustrating to have to have surgery for a breech baby, I know. Huge
Julie - I totally know what you mean about eating and sleeping. I haven't been sleeping very well lately, between being HUGE and having bad allergies, it just isn't working. So, I am so afraid that I will go into labor when I am so exhausted. I am trying to rest whenever I can.
to clean, but just don't have the energy. I look at my little apartment and see all the things I need to do, vacuum, dust, laundry, dishes, sweep and mop the kitchen floor, and just de-clutter, but it isn't happening. I am lucky if I can get one thing done during the day. Luckily dh does lots for me. I need to write a honey-do list for him...good idea Ryanna!
Well, I am having lots of cramping and more contractions...I actually have made it longer with this baby than I did with Emma! She was born at 37+3 and I am 37+4 today!!! YIPEE!!! It's weird, but I think that if everything is different, then I will have a completely different outcome, a baby that lives. So, so far, so good! Strange, I know...but it's just how I am feeling.
The people that live upstairs from us have been making a hope chest. So, for the last few days I've been hearing the banging hammer and the saw going...well, I thought that they finished it yesterday, but I guess not....there is still a lot more banging going on up there. I just hope they are done before I go into labor, I won't be able to stand that noise while laboring, I know that!