Just read it! Glad to hear your little girl is here. Sorry things didn't go exactly as you wanted, but I'm sure you're just happy that Elizabeth is here and healthy! I hope you are able to recover quickly from your c-section!! Congrats!!!! Still waiting on my little girl. I am a week overdue today. I had an appointment with my midwives today and my cervix is soft, but no dialation yet. Trying to be patient, but it's hard! Congrats again!! Hope you get to go home soon.View Thread
Had my 40 week appointment yesterday. The midwife said that her head was down in position where it should be for birth, and that's pretty well locked in there. Yeah! My next appointment, if I don't have her before than is Thursday, March 25th and she said she would do an internal at that point to see what the hold-up is. I still can't believe the time has come! So excited!! Hopefully we'll both be holding our babies soon Gigi!View Thread
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