emo post

November 24, 2008 at 10:21 am (Daily Life)

nothing can ever be easy for me

so i am anticipating a homebirth that somehow goes terribly wrong

what bad timing we had on this whole pregnancy thing


  1. existere said,

    I hope a year from now you are rereading bits of your blog. And then you look over at your gorgeous daughter and know how worth it everything was.

  2. J.C said,

    Hey, chin up, I’ve heard that most home births go really smoothly, and the whole ‘being in your own environment’ thing actually makes the process easier than being introduced to the sterile hospital one. I totally wish I’d had Lauren at home.
    I know it’s a bummer that you have no choice in the matter, but maybe you can find a way to be happy about it? *massive hugs* pregnancy makes everything feel so much harder I know, and it’s a terrible time in your life to be given bad news. Hang in there.

  3. Naomi said,

    Emo post indeed! 🙂


    Are there any in-between options?

  4. Ms. Core said,

    I am sorry you didn’t have a choice for this, but I hope I can be optimistic without making you too upset and echo what J.C. said. Young, healthy women don’t need all the fancy stuff at the hospital and do just fine with homebirths. In fact, in so many ways you will be thankful you are at home. Just make sure you have a midwife that you trust completely.

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