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Old 01-05-2008, 08:03 AM   #21
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We are due August 3rd but I imagine this one will early, being there is only 18m difference between DS and new baby.. LOL.. So I will be sweating it out this summer with some of ya.... I plan on taking DS to the pool alot and teaching him how to swim With a huge ole' belly..

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Are you close to the Farm? Would they do a vbac?
I am about an hour or so away. I haven't not personally contacted them, but only because when I was talking to the " vandy midwives" I asked them about the farm and the catch is that in the state of TN midwives have to have a consulting physician and physicians won't sign off on a vba2c for our states insurance reasons they will do one, ( which my OB with #2 failed to tell me actually told me from the begining" there is NO possible way to have a vbac" me being " uneducated",nervous about the pregnancy(1st preg was a little rough and I was 19) I just didn't question it, ) but needless to say I no longer see that doctor for a couple of reasons.

And my other concern with the farm being an hour away, luckily from the native american women in my family we have very fast and nearly painless labors....which is a good thing BUT....my worry is that by the time I noticed I was in labor ( eg. Began to feel contractions) it would be to late and we wouldn't make it. With #1 & #2 sat un-aware anything was going on with contractions off the chart 2-3min apart and dialateded to 5 with one and 8 with the other....all waiting for my c section.. But I may call them just so I could hear their policy from them and weigh those options..
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I'm due the 16th with baby #3. I had a September baby first, so I vividly remember that AWFUL summer when it was crazy hot my entire last trimester. At least with this one, I'll be done about half way through. But, then I have to keep a newborn out of the sun and heat...a new problem.

We just started telling friends and family, so now I'm free to publicly be excited!
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Old 01-05-2008, 01:21 PM   #24
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July 1 here! But DS was due July 1 and came June 26, DD was due Aug 13 and came Aug 21, so we'll see. Love the hot NC summers! (Yeah, right, not when you're 9 mo preggo.)
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I am about an hour or so away. I haven't not personally contacted them, but only because when I was talking to the " vandy midwives" I asked them about the farm and the catch is that in the state of TN midwives have to have a consulting physician and physicians won't sign off on a vba2c for our states insurance reasons they will do one, ( which my OB with #2 failed to tell me actually told me from the begining" there is NO possible way to have a vbac" me being " uneducated",nervous about the pregnancy(1st preg was a little rough and I was 19) I just didn't question it, ) but needless to say I no longer see that doctor for a couple of reasons.

And my other concern with the farm being an hour away, luckily from the native american women in my family we have very fast and nearly painless labors....which is a good thing BUT....my worry is that by the time I noticed I was in labor ( eg. Began to feel contractions) it would be to late and we wouldn't make it. With #1 & #2 sat un-aware anything was going on with contractions off the chart 2-3min apart and dialateded to 5 with one and 8 with the other....all waiting for my c section.. But I may call them just so I could hear their policy from them and weigh those options..

I would call and see what they say. If you are open to an "illegal" midwife they may be ablt to point you in the right direction.

I am attempting a HBA2C this time around. The only legal midwife I can could find can't do the VBAC part because of her back-up OB but she was able to give me names and numbers of others who could but just weren't legal for IL.

Worth a short if you are wanting to try.
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The saying here is that Michigan has two seasons: Winter, and construction!
I lived in Wisconsin most of my life, and we had the same exact saying there
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Old 01-05-2008, 09:03 PM   #27
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Due July 5th with number 3 here
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I'm due with my first July 18. Luckly, I will be off work (teaching) so could possibly never leave the a/c'd house
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yay! for all the summer babies!!
TandEMommy, we have the same due date! Woohoo!
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I'm still pretty new to posting here, but I'm due with my first baby in July, too! My edd is July 11 (or thereabout), and I'm soooo excited to be entering my second trimester already!
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