During my last few labors, I also always felt that my contractions were not close enough, strong enough, etc... BUT it always turned out to be a "productive" labor. I also came to realize that my contractions would be irregular (in timing) but I would have one less strong one, then a long break, then a very strong and hard contraction! I remember thinking during my last birth "oh no, not a long break! that means the next one is going to HURT!"
Congratulations, Mama. You must be in heaven with those two babies! I can't imagine!!
[B][I]~Ang~ Mom to 2 sport-head crazy girls: Rainey and Breeze and my little lost love- @18 weeks with gestational age of 7 weeks
RAINBOW BABY DUE MAY 4th!!!
I thought the looked identical in the 3 day picture. Too cute!!
Jen, mama to (M-13, N- 10, C- 8 J- 3.5, and J -2, A (10/4/07) and 3 early losses)
We are expecting baby #7 in November 2013
Tracey, mama of 5 beloved children here with me on Earth and one precious son I will meet again in Heaven 6/17/09 - 9/6/09.
I always figured twins these days are delivered via c-section. What a wonderful story of you having an unassisted birth with twins! I enjoyed reading. My grandmother had two sets of twins many years ago and no epidural back then. I imagine she went through something similar.
46-year-old single (divorced), self-employed working, home schooling, mommy to:
12 y-o (private school)
5 y-o (home schooled)
Missionary, birth-worker, midwifery student
Mama to DD (9yr), DS (3yr), & UC twin DDs (5yr)