Trying seriously not to flip out but not only am I due this week but it looks like a snow storm is going to hit my state. We are in the 12-18" zone. I've done nothing but panic all day. Just wanted to vent. My anxiety is rising with this.
I am not due, but my anxiety is high over it too. I keep having...but what if something happens and I need to go in..anxiety. I hear you. Fingers crossed your LO waits until the roads are clear to get antsy. Spring can't come soon enough for me.
I'm in NYC and we're supposed to get that much, too. Hopefully they'll call the snow day tonight (I'm not sending my daughter either way!) and I told my nanny to stay home tomorrow. My DH went out of town for work today through Wednesday so the kids, dog and I are going to hunker down and catch up on laundry!
I'm sorry, that sounds incredibly stressful! Have you talked to your dr about options? Is it totally out of the question to stay in a hotel next to the hospital? I know you have other kids... Maybe the hospital can make a suggestion?
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