think it would be interesting to hear what everyone named their LO's, and and storys about how you came up with it.
I'll start with my daughters Lily Lynn: lily is my birth flower and lynn is my mothers and grandmothers middle name.
Karmanghia Monroe: I know its way off of normal....I know. But DH had wanted to name his little girl (if he had one) that name since high school. It grows on you too. We fought over it for a while but in the end I let him, and she is a daddys girl all the way.
I'm interested to know if there are any other names that you or DH had wanted to name and didnt get too this time. this could be fun... View Thread
40 weeks 3 days emergency c-section (went through almost entire labor) doctor on my own no pitocin water broke all over the nurse when she was checking how much I was dialated, so I'm not sure how that would be classified. epidural private room 6 hours then er c-section 3 hours at home did oot go the way I would have wanted but....The end result is wonderful.View Thread
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