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Old 01-19-2010, 01:42 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Sarah, my only advice is to savor everything you have left of your pregnancy. Embrace the last moments of it, the first contractions to the pushing. Don't force anything and everything will happen when it is ready. I regret that I spent my last birthing experience just trying to get it over with as quickly as possible and I missed out on some of that magic that I had the first time when I really embraced the experience...
AND you will be holding an amazing baby in your arms soon!! I'm so jealous.


My labor was only 4 hours from first unusual sensation to baby. Really, only an hour of discomfort and an hour of pushing. It was Christmas morning. I spent most of my labor thinking, "Not today, not Christmas." I didn't savor those last minutes of being pregnant. I was too concerned about future gift giving events.

Afterwards I did a lot of grieving. My labor was so short I didn't get to make scones for the midwives, I didn't get to sit on the ball or get in the tub. I had the fantasy labor and birth everyone wants and I grieved it.

I had wanted to be pregnant for another 2 or 3 weeks. I knew it was probably the last time I would be pregnant. Of course, 24 hours after my guy was born I was so in love that I didn't care that my pregnancy was cut short, but still, I'll never get to be pregnant again and I miss it.

So just enjoy these final days. Enjoy every minute of labor. Savor what your body is doing. And when you go into labor, focus on every movement of your baby. Those will be your last minutes of communicating with your baby in this way, forever.

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i know that dd's labor was so fast that i felt almost robbed of the experience! crazy women we are huh? but i second ligeia!

anyone have a potty chair or a toilet potty topper thing that i could borrow? i am desperate to get ayla to potty train and has done great with pee but can't get the poops on the potty EVER...i wonder if it's cause the toilet is just way to big for her and there's no ability to get comfortable enough to try. we start daycare TOMORROW and she is supposed to be POTTY TRAINED...not learning... but i'm crossing my fingers she saves #2's while not at daycare!
Sorry don't have a potty chair to loan, as we are still *kinda* training Zoe! But I will tell you a trick someone told me with my second who had the same problem, if you can get her to try, sometimes its easier (better fit) if the kid sits backwards on the toilet. Weird, I know, but I swear it worked! Who knows maybe it will for her too..(if you haven't already tried?)
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I think we're going to the children's museum today, probably right around when they open at 9, should anyway want to join us! seems like a good day for it.

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Thanks Hannah and Pam for your beautiful advice. It is a good reminder to cherish these last weeks (or days?!). I hope Becca is reading these words, too!
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Thanks Hannah and Pam for your beautiful advice. It is a good reminder to cherish these last weeks (or days?!). I hope Becca is reading these words, too!
I am indeed! And had another all-night contraction session with a beautiful morning of nothing. This three-week labor is interesting for sure.

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I just have to say I cannot believe all of you ladies are at the mark already! It's amazing how quickly the days go by.
Park tomorrow anyone?

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Park tomorrow anyone?
I think we're going to do the library tomorrow morning (toddler story time at the main library downtown. we can take the bus there, which is such a thrill for carter!). But we will likely be heading to Himmell Park on Friday morning.

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Hey Sarah and Danielle... and any other pregnants (anyone?). These are some affirmations my friend sent me the other day:

"I love my body and I trust my body. I know that my body is the ideal vessel to nourish and birth this baby. I know that we will have a beautiful birth. I trust this baby"

So, I'm working on over 24 hours of regular (ish - between 3 and 10 mins) intense contractions. Three weeks down, just give me 5 more weeks of this and I'll be nearing transition.

I love my body and I trust my body. I love my body and I trust my body. I love my body and I trust my body. I love my body and I trust my body...

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Hey Sarah and Danielle... and any other pregnants (anyone?). These are some affirmations my friend sent me the other day:

"I love my body and I trust my body. I know that my body is the ideal vessel to nourish and birth this baby. I know that we will have a beautiful birth. I trust this baby"

So, I'm working on over 24 hours of regular (ish - between 3 and 10 mins) intense contractions. Three weeks down, just give me 5 more weeks of this and I'll be nearing transition.

I love my body and I trust my body. I love my body and I trust my body. I love my body and I trust my body. I love my body and I trust my body...
my two mantras were:

my baby knows how to be born, my body knows how to listen

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i will not interrupt this birth, this birth may interrupt me.


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Thanks for sharing all your affirmations, ladies.

My favorite from last time was "I am not a lemon!" This came from Ina Mae's Guide to Childbirth... she's talking about how much the language of birth in the medical world is about the mother's body failing, and that it's almost inevitable, like a bad used car breaking down. Then she writes: You are not a lemon.

I loved that! My mom made a sign for me that said "You are SO not a lemon!"
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Baby Sofia Grace, 8 lbs 1 oz, 21 in arrived yesterday afternoon. We had a tough but successful VBAC. It was so beautiful to have my sweet girl handed to me the instant she was born. We're loving quiet family time at home and Gia is such a happy big sister.

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Baby Sofia Grace, 8 lbs 1 oz, 21 in arrived yesterday afternoon. We had a tough but successful VBAC. It was so beautiful to have my sweet girl handed to me the instant she was born. We're loving quiet family time at home and Gia is such a happy big sister.

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Congrats!! So happy your finally holding your beautiful girl, AND you got the VBAC you wanted!

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Baby Sofia Grace, 8 lbs 1 oz, 21 in arrived yesterday afternoon. We had a tough but successful VBAC. It was so beautiful to have my sweet girl handed to me the instant she was born. We're loving quiet family time at home and Gia is such a happy big sister.
Oh Becca, I am so happy for you all. So glad you got to meet your little girl and have the VBAC you wanted--even if it was tough! You knew to trust your body and your baby.

Oh weeping now with joy...

This morning I asked Carter when our baby would come out, and he said "two six!".. so maybe I'll give birth tomorrow!

WELCOME SOFIA!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hey mamas! I'm new here, posted a thread to that effect yesterday, but thought I'd drop by and say hi in this thread, since SundayCrepes told me it's the most active.

I'm due in April with our first baby, a girl we're naming Cecilia Ivy. It's been a long time coming, so I'm super super excited to finally have my longings become reality! We were planning a birth center birth, but we risked out-- I got diagnosed with Type II diabetes and hypertension. Both have been remarkably well under control throughout my pregnancy, but letting go of my midwife birth notions has been really, really tough. It feels like a shattered dream. My OB is totally on board with my natural birth plan, though, and knows that we're in Bradley method classes.

Anyway, if anyone does any sort of weekend park meetups or play groups, once Cecilia comes we're totally interested in that!

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yay becca! i can't wait to get to the park sometime soon and see the new babes! get some therapy going for myself. i'm not sure that i am ready to want to have this baby! I just don't know how it's going to work! But that newborn stage is just so precious...wish it lasted longer! Enjoy the babymoon!

Welcome Cecillia's mama. I'm due in april too and there's actually another mom in the ddc (due date clubs come check us out!) that is a tucson mom as well thats due in april....there's something in the water

Ayla started preschool so we don't nearly as much time to get out and play as we did but if there's going to be a good turnout for the park i'll just keep her home! Both kids also started daycare and they are doing pretty well although we got our first sickness already and hopefully the kids will have it beat by this afternoon cause i have CLASS!
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Hey there, Danielle! I did post in the DDC, I think I got to talk to one of the Tucson mamas (bubbamummy) due in April, too! It's a good month for having a baby!

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Congrats, Becca! So excited for you and your wonderful birth experience! Can't wait to meet her at the park soon.
Welcome, Cecilia's mama. Hope you are enjoying Tucson so far!
Inlaws are coming into town this week so I may really need Thursday's park date.

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I'm not new to Tucson, just new to MDC and to motherhood!

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I'm not new to Tucson, just new to MDC and to motherhood!
Oh yeah! And I read that so I totally knew that. My brain makes things up...
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How is everyone doing these days?

I'm soooo very stressed out. I work from home, for a tax software company. Most of the year I spend working in development, helping to update the program with tax law changes, etc. It's a flexible position, and it's made being pregnant really easy, as I can take naps, go to the Dr., etc. whenever I want as long as I get my work done.

Well, just like the busy season starts now for CPAs, the busy season starts now for us too. As of next week, I get to go back over to support, which I absolutely hate. Basically, CPAs call in when they don't know what they're doing in the program, and a phone agent talks to them. If the phone agent gets stuck, they call the help desk. That's me (and a few other people). It's NOT a flexible position, I have to work set hours and take set lunches/breaks. So that alone is a big stress. Then, because it's tax season, there's p. much mandatory overtime. Another stress. And this is me being pregnant for the first time, having no idea how my body's going to handle 3rd trimester and yeah, I'm losing it a bit. I'm pretty much scared poopless of how this season's going to go.

I talked to my doctor, and she's very firmly in favor of me going on restricted hours for the remainder of the pregnancy. I talk to my HR guy tomorrow to see how that works. The only snag I am afraid of is that my department might get all pissed off, since it is the busiest time of the year. But I have to tell myself that it's their problem if they do; I'm the only one who can keep Cecilia healthy at this point, and I can't do that if my stress level is through the roof. With preexisting diabetes and hypertension, I'm at higher risk for preeclampsia. So yeah....really trying to sort through stress right now.

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Cecelia's mom, by chance are you a vegetarian? I read that vegetarians rarely get pre-eclampsia.

I got laid off while I was pregnant. It was my most favorite job ever. I totally loved it. (Teaching at Pima.) It was the best thing that could have happened to our family. As a result, I am now a Stay at home mom. We're dirt poor, but who cares.

I'm not suggesting unemployment is in your future, I'm just saying don't stress. What's the point? This is the only first time you're going to be pregnant. Be grateful your body is giving you an excuse to cut back on your hours.

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I'm not, though I am pretty close to being one-- I eat some chicken rarely, and some seafood rarely, and that's about it. I sincerely hope I'll be spared the dangers of preeclampsia!

I'm trying to be really positive about this. I want more time away from work; to be frank, I hate my job. I don't want to work at all. I want to be a SAHM, but we have a mortgage and bills...the hardest part is shaking the guilt that I'm letting the team down by not being around during the busiest time of year.

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It sounds like its nothing you can help and you are doing what is best for you and your baby at this point. If they are upset about it, that is their own issue, not yours, like you said! At least you get to escape a job you don't particularly enjoy anyway. Just try not to let this time pass by with all the stress. It will be over before you know it and you will most likely miss it!

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So I think I remember some of you discussing having a book about tracking your fertility? I have been going through all sorts of stupid contraceptive methods and have decided that I need to just try that out! I'd love to borrow it or just get the title of it so I can get my own. thanks!

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Cecilia's Mama-- try best you can to let the work stress roll off your back. This will sound silly and preachy, but honestly--everything changes when you have a kid. Work is just work, and if you have to go, you will, but it won't hold the same place in your life as it once did. I was SURE I wanted to keep to working after my son was born--I had a crying fight with my midwife about it (I lived elsewhere at the time)-- and a few months later it all felt wrong and we changed everything. After having just bought a house we moved out of DC so we could live somewhere where we didn't have to work so much; we changed a lot of our habits to live a simpler life, and I became an almost full-time SAHM.

Not saying you'll turn your life upside like this, but there's no way to anticipate how much will change when you become a mama. Until then, try not to stress--keep your body and mind healthy and cherish your beautiful round belly.


Hannah, the book I personally love is called Honoring Our Cycles -- it has lots of info about trying for/avoiding pregnancy, and includes charts you can fill out. I know there are also a lot of charts available online.


I'm here just waiting to meet my baby. we have tickets to see Prairie Home Companion live tomorrow-- so after that's over I'm ready to go into labor at any time. We continue to have occasional sleep issues with Carter (maybe every 4th night), and I'm a little terrified of throwing a newborn into our already sleepless mix, but I'm sure we'll find a way to survive. As we struggle with these issues, I feel so proud and happy of my relationship with Rob because I feel like we are really a team, and even when we have all been up from 2-6 am (like last night) we still support one another and don't assign blame or get cranky. I am excited to have another baby with this man!

Ok, that was cheesy, but I NEED a silver lining after the night we had...
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So I think I remember some of you discussing having a book about tracking your fertility? I have been going through all sorts of stupid contraceptive methods and have decided that I need to just try that out! I'd love to borrow it or just get the title of it so I can get my own. thanks!
I used "Taking Charge of Your Fertility." I have really weird cycles-- I ovulate, but I don't bleed. Before reading it, I had no idea I was actually ovulating. We got pregnant with Cecilia the first month we started trying, when I learned how to look for signs of fertility.

Sarah- I actually don't want to work. I hate my job, and want to be a SAHM more than anything. It's just the money thing. That's what's getting me feeling all guilty now that I know that my boss is understanding with me going to restricted hours. My husband is so supportive of me, but I know he's stressed about money, even if he tries to hide it, and that makes me stress too.

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This is a GREAT book.

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This is a GREAT book.
It changed my life. I'd been trying to get pregnant without drugs for several years. Imagine my surprise to learn that I still ovulated even if I don't bleed!

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Awesome! Thanks for all of the recommendations. ladies. I have weird cycles so I'm excited about being able to figure them out.
Hugs all around for all of the stresses and sleepless nights going on!!

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Anything going on tomorrow?!

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