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Old Dec 20th, 2012, 12:18 PM   251
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I had a rough labor (birth story in my sig) bit was told I still have a good chance of vbac especially if baby is smaller this time. I'm using a different hospital too. They are more interested in natural birth and want you to birth how you want regardless of which way that is. I'm not absolutely against a csection again (can't be really lol)



 
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Old Dec 20th, 2012, 12:32 PM   252
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Ugh poor ladies throwing up I am finally starting to feel better I can feel that 2nd tri creeping closer althought I still have my bad days where I can't get up without feeling like I'm going to lose everything I've eaten
yay u r so close! congrats!



 
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Old Dec 20th, 2012, 12:35 PM   253
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I had a rough labor (birth story in my sig) bit was told I still have a good chance of vbac especially if baby is smaller this time. I'm using a different hospital too. They are more interested in natural birth and want you to birth how you want regardless of which way that is. I'm not absolutely against a csection again (can't be really lol)
thats awesome hun hope it goes by very quick for you i am praying it does for me to cause 25 hrs was so long!



 
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Old Dec 20th, 2012, 14:23 PM   254
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PAW- did you not just get your bfp the otger day? Goodness time flies!!

I was induced with my dd, got brought in at 41+3, given 3 induction pessaries, none of which started labour. After 36 hours of nothing (i did manag to sleep tho) they broke my waters. After a couple of hours, i was 4cm.. Then i went from 4-10 in an hour.. I pushed for almost 2 hours though (discovered the reason why when she was born - HUGE head). In total 6 hours. I totally got an epidural though!
Im excited to see what this labour will be like... And not nervous at all =D



 
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Old Dec 20th, 2012, 15:05 PM   255
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hello

well i have an 11 month old (almost 12months) and just found out i am expecting again!!

The age difference will be around 18months? if i calculated that rightly lol

Im quite scared as im only 20 myself, thinking is it too soon, whats it going to be like other than hard! ect but im excited all the same!

Id really love a LB this time, but healthy is my first choice!

I do feel very different this time?! like bad MS, Poo's sorry tmi!, and my boobs have just grown mahoosively overnight. but this time round im also bleeding through the pregnancy too so just awaiting my scan and hoping everything is going to be okay :-)

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congrats and welcome! i'm only 23 and about to have my second so i also feel really young since i'm the only one of my friends with a kid and now i'll have two!



 
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Old Dec 20th, 2012, 18:34 PM   257
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MrsMurphy it really does feel like I just got my positive! I'm glad it's passing quickly though I'm excited to meet baby and see how LO's interact together

I'm a young momma too I turned 22 this past September. I don't think being young is a bad thing as long as you are able to provide the love and care your LO needs then to me that's what's important. It'll def be a challenge but totally doable ill have a slightly bigger age gap but I've heard siblings very close in age will be very good friends throughout life. Not sure on the truth behind this as my baby sister is 13 years younger than me



 
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i def. didn't plan to have kids this close together but i think it's going to be great with them being so close in age because they'll most likely be interested in the same things around the same time. me and my sis were 3 years a part so when she started getting over things i started getting into them so we didn't get to do stuff together very long!



 
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Old Dec 21st, 2012, 03:15 AM   259
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I always wanted kids quite close in age. There will be a 2y 7month gap beteeen mine. I will be 25 the month before baby is due. I still feel waaay younger though!



 
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congrats and welcome! i'm only 23 and about to have my second so i also feel really young since i'm the only one of my friends with a kid and now i'll have two!
Same! only 2 girls i know from back in school have children and thats it. and even they only have one! im thinking oh god, :s but i know i have good freinds and family around me that will get involved and help when i need it still scared thou! wondering if i will bne okay, but i guess you just get on with it! lol xx



 
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