Thinking of you and your baby. I hope your care provider is able to help you smoothly through this. 35 weeks is early, but these days it is almost always manageable with good medical care.
professor & maman de DS1 (6) & DS2 (1)
If this is of any comfort ... my truly wonderful OB who I really trust told me some time ago that after 34 weeks, they don't usually try to stop labor from happening because even though earlier-born babes may need a little help at the beginning, as they grow they show no developmental delays compared to their full-term peers ... hoping your care provider is able to reassure you of the same ... I know this may not make it any less scary at this moment, but perhaps just to try to keep in mind that chances are overwhelming that even whatever happens in the immediate future, your baby will be absolutely fine ... sending hugs and prayers your way in the meantime.
Thinking of you and your baby. It sounds like everything should work out fine, but there might be a stressful time ahead. I hope everything is going really smoothly and baby is in great shape!
strong -healthy - hungry- chubby - awesome latching baby vibe coming your way!!!!
mom to ds '07 first day of a new year, dd '09 in the caul, and ds '11 at home Oct 24th
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