Yes, she was very encouraging! She said that she strongly encourages people to attempt a VBAC if at all possible, and that her patients are very successful. Said that she usually lets people go a week over their due date before thinking of a c-birth. My mind is not made up, but I was glad to hear what she had to say. I have a lot of fear and doubt that I can actually deliver a baby vaginally, though this is pretty unfounded, medically. I got to 4cm and totally effaced last time with no problem at all (didn't know I was in labor even!), and only had the c because of the baby's breech presentation. I went into labor ten days early, and three days before my external version (to try to flip the baby) was scheduled. I know I have things to work through, still, but more and more I feel that I am moving toward wanting to try for a VBAC. A big part of me just wants to know that I can do it. My c-birth experience was very positive, so that, in a way, makes the decision harder. I think if I'd had a terrible experience I would be more set on the VBAC already. I am learning so much from these boards, and the support is great!