I haven't changed too many girls but I doubt poop would ever just work its way into the vagina either without some external help.
This Mommy and Military Daddy are loving their son.
DS born Dec 2010 Pregnant with #2, having another !
|My mom keeps telling me not to eat food and to watch my weight. I know she's only worried cause my aunt gained like 90 lbs and actually had a very dangerous last trimester because of it, but please.... give me a break.|
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Stay-at-home Mama to my fabulous DD (10/08) and DS (9/12) and wife to my just-as-fabulous DH
Then there was all the clucking I got that I wasn't gaining enough weight, etc. I had to explain a million times that I was fine but have a very long torso.
I got the CIO stuff from my mom, which surprised and hurt me a bit.
But the most unhelpful thing I got was my MIL telling the story of my DH's birth over and over again (in front of him) untill I had to ask her to stop. 3 hours of pushing. I thought you were never going to come out. This HUGE head.
The funny thing about this story is that talking it over with her later in a less charged moment, it's actually kind of a success story. DH was large. 10lb 13oz, and did have a very big head. And I know she perceived the labor as awful (hospital.. lithotomy etc) but when we talked more about it she started to say things like, "I didn't think he was ever going to come out. The doctor wanted to do a C section. The nurses got me through it. they tried to encourage me and they showed me a mirror. Eventually they told me I had to get up. And they had me sit up and get up and push, and that's how we got him out."
I am just somehow pleased that even then and in that era, they avoided a c section because the nurses encouraged a mom to keep going and got her upright. I wish she could see it as a victory.
Wife to DH, mom to DD1 9/06 and our new arrival DD2 6/11
Oh! I'd forgotten about this one (I think I blocked it out). When I was pregnant with DS, a nurse practioner told me that, because DS was breech at 37 weeks, I'd HAVE to schedule a C/S for that week (this went against the advice of every other OB & midwife in the practice). When I told her that I was going to wait it out to see if he flipped or I went into labor on my own, she said "but if you go into labor, you could show up to the hospital with a leg sticking out of your vagina!" After I told her I was good, she told me that she couldn't see me anymore and that I'd have to see an OB because I was so high risk. In fact, she went and got an OB to finish my appointment (who, by the way, was not at all worried about it and told me to wait it out). Meanwhile, DS flipped a week and a half later and I had a vaginal birth (with no random legs sticking out).
When I went to the office for my first pre-natal visit this time around, I learned that she was no longer there. NO PROBLEM with me!!!!!!!
---Jessica---Livin' my life from A (1/05 ) to Z (4/08 ).....and z (3/11)
DH(9/04) DS(12/08) and DD(5/11)