I went to Tescos alone at 42 weeks and had Rosie at 42+2 when I was about 39weeks pregnant I remember one of Toms friends seeing me walking home with some shopping bags and he said 'you're still mobile then?' really seriously haha I think he thought that pregnant women suddenly become unable to walk past a certain point bless him xxxxxx
I never did, the day before I delivered I was out by myself (at 41.5 weeks) When I was 40 weeks I was 2.5 hours from home by myself, it's just a matter of your comfort. Labor won't come on so suddenly that you need someone with you at all times.
brave ladies!! i just dont know what i'd do if my waters broke in Tesco and i was on my own. lol. ----> i'd be horrified!! also i dont drive so if i'm out, i'm out on the bus or walking, kind of freaks me out that i wouldnt be able to get home fast!!
I felt really vulnerable after 34ish weeks and didn't go anywhere without my oh. The only time I did was to take our ds to a doc appt and then on to school...and my waters broke as we crossed the zebra crossing going into school!
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