Im 10 weeks pregnant with number 5! I had my first in hospital absolutely horrendous experience, second in birth suite which was a little better, guess the next step before being brave enough to go for home birth. Third and fourth born at home. Third in water, last one was meant to be but realised on the day I went into labour my pool had 3 punctures.. lesson learnt for not testing it before hand! Both lovely but the water birth was by far the best experience ive ever had!
Planning another home water birth this time and super excited
Congrats Becyboo shes gorgeous!
Good luck with the homebirth plans Jess hope all goes well and you get your homebirth, its such an amazing experience
ok, back again lol now 41 weeks by the mw and 41+2 by me and still no real sign baby is planning to arrive, this is normal for me but it doesn't make it any easier each time people try to encourage me by saying baby won't be so late but everytime baby is it just makes me more down. I think i need a good cry to release my hormones
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