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#1 of 13 Old 05-19-2006, 08:23 PM - Thread Starter
 
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http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...GYBORNHOME.jpg

Isn't that the best????? I need one of those onesies for my baby!!!!!!
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REALLY cute! Did you see them for sale?
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I have been looking for a "born at home" onesie. I couldn't make out the web site on the shirt (zooming in didn't help). Do you know where these are available?

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I did find them at www.zazzle.com, or by typing in "born@home.mom" on www.froogle.com.

I am def going to get one for me and one for baby A little present for us.
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I want to get some gear from these websites:
http://www.jacksmagicbeanstalk.com/c...Advocacy-Gear/
http://www.cafepress.com/emibeans/995584

The Born @ Home tie dye shirt photo is at:
http://www.littleearthangels.com/catalog.php?category=8

There are also some good homebirth baby clothes at:
http://www.wearsthebaby.com/shopping/bah.html

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Those are soooo cute! But I think I am going to wait till I know what we are having (at the birth, lol) to order one. I'd like one gender specific.

Once I actually have my homebirth I think Im going to go hog wild with the born-at-home stuff! lol
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Oh, I really want to order one, but I have this feeling that I should wait until after the birth to see how it all pans out.

Does that sound paranoid or silly? I just have this feeling that the more people we tell that we're planning a hb or the more "I had a hb" stuff I have, the more I'm setting myself up for failure...

Hehehe, or on the flip-side, I guess you could argue that if I'm having these reservations, maybe I'm not determined enough about hb!

Yet I am very committed... hb is something that I've wanted for years, have lots of support from DH & my mom, very experienced midwives, good health & an okay backup situation. Maybe it's just the whole first time mom thing. Any thoughts?

Sorry to hijack the t-shirt thread!
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Oh, I really want to order one, but I have this feeling that I should wait until after the birth to see how it all pans out.

Does that sound paranoid or silly?
Nope, I feel the exact same way. I won't be ordering any homebirth or VBAC t shirts until after it's all over. It would be heartbreaking to have them waiting for me at home if I end up having another surgery.

And I'm cheap, too.
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Nope, I feel the exact same way. I won't be ordering any homebirth or VBAC t shirts until after it's all over. It would be heartbreaking to have them waiting for me at home if I end up having another surgery.

And I'm cheap, too.
Phew! So glad I'm not the only one... I was feeling pretty neurotic for a minute there!!!
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I feel the same way too Jen. Every time I tell someone I am having a homebirth I think "At least I hope so". I would be devastated if I couldn't for some reason but you never know if the baby is gonna come at 36 weeks or really late or what-have-you. I just don't know what to expect from my body having never done this before...but that is something I have to work on anyways, trusting my body. I have a little bit of fear that since I didn't get pregnant naturally I may be expecting to much to think I can birth naturally. I know on a logical level this doesn't make sense and I need to get over it. I am trying to think only positive.
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So cute! What a great way to educate people on the subject- let your healthy, beautiful baby do it for you! My next one is definately going to be a homebirth baby!
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I feel the same way too Jen. Every time I tell someone I am having a homebirth I think "At least I hope so". I would be devastated if I couldn't for some reason but you never know if the baby is gonna come at 36 weeks or really late or what-have-you. I just don't know what to expect from my body having never done this before...but that is something I have to work on anyways, trusting my body. I have a little bit of fear that since I didn't get pregnant naturally I may be expecting to much to think I can birth naturally. I know on a logical level this doesn't make sense and I need to get over it. I am trying to think only positive.
Thanks, Summer. Yeah, I try to say/think that I'm planning a home birth, cause who knows what kind of birth I'll be having. I'm kind of a language Nazi like that though

I have a good friend who is a midwife, went through IVF herself & now does prenatal education w/ women who've conceived through assisted reproduction. She would be SO EXCITED to hear that you're planning HB & working on trusting your body!!! AR moms have a lot of baggage to deal w/... my friend gets so disheartened by all of the women/docs who schedule elective c/s because they are afraid to labor.

3_angels, it's never too late to change providers. Do what feels best for you
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There are a lot of Born At Home things for sale at www.cafepress.com

http://www.cafepress.com/cp/search/s...pt=&rpp=18&st=
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