July 1, 2008

How They Came Out

We're talking baby stories over at the Chicago Moms Blog today. You can read mine here.





15 comments:

  1. Wow, I could get lost for hours reading all those stories. Love them.
    How's the celery break going?

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  2. That was a fabulous summary of your three births thus far. Great job!

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  3. Hope you're having a better day, today!

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  4. Those are all wonderful! I admire how you were able to write short summaries--my birth story ended up being PAGES.

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  5. Great birth stories I almost wrote birthday stories, which I guess would of been the same thing!

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  6. Your birth stories are beautiful. I wish mine was that great. Mine ended in an emergency c-section. If I'm ever blessed enough to do it again I want to go all natural and possibly with a midwife. I too would be wavering between home and hospital.

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  7. Wow, you make birthing babies sound easy.

    You aren't hitting the celery again are you?

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  8. Our stories have so many similarities. I pray your 4th is as peaceful and wonderful as mine was!

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  9. Letting go and letting God take the lead. Amen. Same here. Our daughter is a miracle baby. I still find it amazing that we each had a baby the same size 9lbs. 12 oz. Yeah for big babies! Yeah for natural childbirth!

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  10. What a super summary of your birth experiences! If you do the home birth you will have to do a huge update on what all you have to do to prepare and how it goes. I think home births are just beautiful, but I am really too chicken to be away from the hospital.

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  11. i enjoyed reading your birth stories...beautiful!

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  12. That is a great description! The pic is cool, too!

    It is amazing what we learn and do differently with each pregnancy and baby!

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  13. I love reading birth stories!

    I'll have to share mine sometime. Briefly though, with Lance I had hoped for a completely natural waterbirth. I didn't get it, becuse when my water broke it had meconium in it so they had to keep a fetal heart monitor on me, which wouldn't work in the water. I managed to labor for 18 hours without medication, but when they told me I needed a C-Section because Lance refused to come out (he was turned sideways) I asked for some meds to get me through the next couple hours.

    I guess that wasn't brief, was it?!

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