It may be a little late, but Ina May's Guide to Childbirth disspelled any fears in me of have a baby be "too big". If the baby "gets stuck" (and the chances of that truly happening are sooo sooo slim) all she would need to do is get on her hands and knees, of course having a practitioner who is familiar with this is helpful. I'd be scared for her too. Docs like to back women into corners with things like this, if they tell her her baby is in danger whats she going to say? "That's okay, I'll risk it." ??? Its a tough situation. What I've learned is you can't save everyone, even your own family. Just lovinging give her all the info you can and then you've got to let it go. Sadly, an innocent baby is involved and you know how hard a c/s can be, I totally understand. I guess I'm just saying that if she does elect to do a c/s, don't beat yourself up! I know, its much easier said than done.
Holly, eternally in love with Kolby, Raising Juelie Anise (10y), Behnjamin Shen (6y), and Coen Syaoran (4y). Expecting June 2013