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When do you think you'll have your little sweet pea?
I had DD at 7:16 a.m., and while it was nice to have her in the morning, the night labor at the hospital wasn't great... couldn't sleep because of the lady next door having her baby... I hope this time around, I have an evening/night baby because I may actually get one good night's rest before the day's big events.
__________________ Gwynne, celebrating the newest of our four precious miracles Hat's off to Vicki for my cute siggy, thank you!
I like the idea of laboring in the middle of the night, it seems peaceful and serene. I suppose that would make for a confused sleep schedule though--but from what I understand, sleep schedules are going to be confused anyways!!
I had Asher and Noah @ 3:40 AM and Evan @ 3:45 PM.....isn't that wierd? Anywho...I hope our adopted LO is born in the mid-late afternoon, since we'll have to drive down there to be there for the birth, I'd rather not be driving around a city I'm unfamiliar with in the middle of the nite
I was admitted to the hospital around 5 p.m. with DS and he was born at 2:11 a.m. the next morning. I don't really care when this one is born, but I don't want to go into labor in the middle of the night just because of the issue of what we are going to with our DS. It would be ideal if I could go into labor in the morning before I go to work! That way I could call either my parents or the in laws to take care of DS and me and DH could go to the hospital. Much less complicated than being at work or the middle of the night.
DS was c/s at 3:03pm. Dd was VBAC at 10:46am. I don't know what hospitals/insurance policy is for how many nights to stay but I don't want to stay very long. I want my own bed! But if I could choose a time I'd say around 4-6pm. Just early enough to have the most important visitors(my kiddos and parents)but late enough that I can shower, eat, snuggle with the baby and sleep ASAP. After being around the hospital circus of 20+ people during labor I really look forward to the night quiet time.