I know in my head that size of the baby is meaningless - it's all about the fit through the pelvis and nature generally knows what she's doing. But I'm a little nervous because babies in my family tend to be big. Still, the vast majority of the big babies were vaginally birthed, and the few c/s births in the families were completely unrelated to size.
But even knowing all of that in my head, it will still help me out a lot to hear about some successful VBACs with bigger babies to set my mind at ease.
PS. My VBAC baby was larger than my c-section baby by a half pound
VBAC baby- 9lb 8 oz
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I'm doing them now. And, I am going to set an outlook reminder to remind me to do kegels at my desk!
vbac babe- 9lbs even
For me the difference was my first was OP and asynclitic with a huge head. My vbac babe was lined up and had a smaller head.
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