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post #21 of 43
I can't believe you had a ubac!
post #22 of 43
I hope you are feeling better now, I hate those afterpains!!!
post #23 of 43
wow, awesome! congrats, mama!
post #24 of 43
Wow is right! What an amazing story and amazing thing you have done for those daddies.
post #25 of 43
That is an exciting birth story! So glad all is well!
post #26 of 43
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thanks! I think I am still shock
post #27 of 43
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Originally Posted by richella View Post
I can't believe you had a ubac!
Me either !LOL

It still is pretty unbelievable. I keep reliving those moments in my head. I will cherish those memories forever!
post #28 of 43
Wow! What an AWESOME birth story! An hour? An hour? Okay I am having labour envy over here. An hour? !
post #29 of 43
What an amazing story! Congratulations and ditto on what everyone has said about the selflessness of your act. .
post #30 of 43
HOLY MOLY that is a great birth story-- how awesome for you and the intended fathers!
post #31 of 43
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thank you!



bumping up for some of those post date mommas!!!
need some inspiration??
post #32 of 43
Hey, I've been meaning to ask you how the milk issue has been. Is it gone yet? How long did it take? I think it would make me really sad. But then, I don't think I could be a surrogate in the first place.
post #33 of 43
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Originally Posted by roadfamily6now View Post
The NICU here does not accept donor milk
OK - he's not your son, and it's his fathers decisions...but really...if the baby grew in your abdomen, is it really "donor" milk? Try not to get a communicable disease between hospital discharge and getting home to pump! They crazy.
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post #34 of 43
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Originally Posted by Apricot View Post
OK - he's not your son, and it's his fathers decisions...but really...if the baby grew in your abdomen, is it really "donor" milk? Try not to get a communicable disease between hospital discharge and getting home to pump! They crazy.
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You make a point but the Father's chose to feed formula and if I were to pump it would have truely been a donation for other NICU babies.
post #35 of 43
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Hey, I've been meaning to ask you how the milk issue has been. Is it gone yet? How long did it take? I think it would make me really sad. But then, I don't think I could be a surrogate in the first place.
I have decided to continue to pump and currently I am storing and freezing. I am also looking into a donor program. If that does not work out, I will find someone else to donate too. I know quite a few people who know people, ya know?
post #36 of 43
what a great story!
post #37 of 43
Congratulations. And what a wonderful gift to be able to give someone. You are incredible.
post #38 of 43
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Thank you!
post #39 of 43
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Originally Posted by roadfamily6now View Post
You make a point but the Father's chose to feed formula and if I were to pump it would have truely been a donation for other NICU babies.
That makes more sense after you clarified. Thank you for sharing your pregnancy and your birth story. It's a cool story.
post #40 of 43
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That makes more sense after you clarified. Thank you for sharing your pregnancy and your birth story. It's a cool story.
you're welcome! Sorry it was confusing
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