dont do drugs. lol sorry i read it and that was seriously the first thing that poped in my head. have u decided between doc or midwife. or picked a birthing center? how bout looking into yoga or hypnobirthing for delivery?View Thread
hi there, im only three and a half months along with my first but i have had the same experience. its funny, u get all this unwanted advice when ppl know your pregnant but ne thing they dont agree with or didnt do themselves is soooooo wrong. and ive actually had more smirks, dirty looks and under the breath huffs when ppl hear im goin natural than ne thing but a few of the more "bold" have sarcastically wished me good luck. i ignore em, i chose my birth plan because its what i feel is best for my child. im not trying to prove ne thing n i dont think im better than ne one else because there way isn't mine. and although i like ur blamen a punch on the baby im not sure that will hold up. lolView Thread
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