I'm such a laid back, easygoing person so this is hysterical in hindsight.
So for anyone who has birthed at home:
Did you have anything on hand that would take abuse during labor? Did you break anything?
Any suggestions on how not to destroy your house?
( I am worried for my towel bar already)
Last time we had a pull up bar that my hushand uses and I found stretching and "hanging" (my feet were on the ground of course) helped a lot. It also helped to get the baby very low, almost to crowning. This time I am using the bar again, but will attach a thick soft rope to it, maybe with a couple knots. I will have more positions available to me with this plan (like sitting on the yoga ball).
Of course the great thing about being at home is you have endless options.
Mama to Madelynn 8/16/2009 and awaiting buggy #2 March/2011 , partner to DH
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