"You came out of your mom looking like sh*t. She thought you were beautiful. Don't know what scared me most, your looks or her judgment."
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There was no scramble to pack a bag or pull into the hospital's unloading zone, just me in a sterile smock two weeks overdue and exhausted from having walked my feet off, had sex, indulged in spicy foods, and done everything else I read would bring on labor, listening to my doctor say he was admitting me for induction. The news thrilled my husband, but he wasn't the one signing the papers to have our offspring evicted from my body. I was, and hadn't planned on it. I hadn't had caffeine while pregnant, and now they were going to pump me full of drugs and force my child out. So, I cried. To see what happened, read more
Delivery is expected, but the aftermath isn't! First time moms are often shocked to find how sore, torn, and tired they are after baby makes its way down the birth canal! After the surreal hours of meeting the babe subside, a woman starts to feel the pangs of her labor. Ladies can try these five ways to quell the postpartum pains and get back to focusing on the new bundle of joy!
Frank breech: The fetus' buttocks are aimed toward the birth canal and the legs stick straight up in front of the body. The feet are near the head.
Complete breech: The buttocks are down, with the legs folded at the knees and the feet near the buttocks.
Footling breech: One or both of the fetus' feet are pointing down and will come out first.
Was your baby born breech?
Proud parents are often eager to share photos of their new baby and the child's birth on social networking sites. But 74 percent of LilSugar readers said Facebook isn't an appropriate place to share such images. We're curious what type of discretion moms and dads should use when posting their pictures? What's your opinion?
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