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Best thing was getting closely monitored and seeing/hearing LO very often.
Worst thing was the worry - knowing that baby should be born soon/needs to be born soon, but the drs want you to go as long as possible and you're just sitting there hoping everything will be fine waiting another week (and not knowing what all is going on inside you).
Mom to M (6), K (4), and little rose (18 months)
For me, a high was getting really high-quality doctors, everyone at the perinatal practice I went to was outstanding. I mean, just super smart and knowledgeable, and also great personalities. The doc who delivered Maggie was even good looking.
The low had to be the fear. I spent the entire pregnancy terrified of having a repeat of what happened the first time around, or worse. Even though everything went great and there were no signs of anything going wrong, I just couldn't shake the fear.