Oh, Jesus H Christ. Between her and Gisele, I don't know who is the more pretentious, sanctimonious dolt. It's very hard to determine.
IKR??? And besides, wtf are you wanting to do with it the first few hours anyway? Teach it the damn alphabet???
"I've cautiously embraced jeggings"
Emma Peel aka Pacific Breeze aka Wilde1 aka gogodancer aka maribou
Yip, yip, yip in your tiny indignation. Bark furiously on, lady dog.
I hate this "mompetition" bullshit. I had my child naturally as well but it wasn't for lack of begging for the epidural. (Premature labor that my OBGYN believed he could stop and then I ended up laboring to 10 cm before anyone freakin' realized.) I just wanted to have a healthy baby. Didn't care if she had to be cut out of me or if I had to push her out. Alive and breathing is all I wanted.
And for the record I highly doubt epidurals drug up your child.
Both of my birthplans went a little like this: I would prefer not to be induced. I would prefer my water to break naturally and go into labor naturally. I would prefer to not have a C-Section. I want a healthy baby, Doc, you're the professional, and I'll be ok if we have to alter my preferences in order for that to happen.
I was induced with both of my kiddos (nurse broke my water both times...that kinda bums me out, I wanted to experience that on my own), epi with both, went from 0 to baby in my hands in 4 hours each time. No complaints here :-)
I hate these pretentious twats that feel like they are a better caliber of mom because of how they birthed, how they diaper, sleep, or whatever else the fuck. Everything is a competition and there's nothing else fulfilling in their life so they choose to make a fucking game out of parenting. Ugh.
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I was induced both times, even had that horrible P-Gel, with the first kid. I was on the maximum dosage of pitocin, and my labors were still 24h with the first, and almost 13h with the second. Fuck yeah I had an epidural both times. I felt more that I wanted to (that "ring of fire" is no joke), and pushed with no problems.
I loved my epidurals.
when my ob asked me for a birth plan, i said i had none. i told her i would prefer a vaginal birth, but if need be, put me out, get it out.
she gave me a high five.
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