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I should've known that something was going to happen as delivery gets closer.
SO's step-mom just text me saying how I better let SO's dad know as soon as I'm in labor because he'll be upset if he's not told and how it's just wrong not to have him there when Aidan is born. Well first of all, the only person who is going to be there is SO. She seems to be the only one who has a problem with the way I am choosing to do things, not that I really care about her opinion anyway. Ugh! The good thing is that SO is 100% on my side.
I mean seriously! She's never actually had a child, so she has no idea what it's like. I don't know why I let it get to me like I did, but I ended up crying and calling my best friend. Fortunately, I talked to SO and he's gonna talk to her.
People can make all the demands they want of me during labor/delivery/etc., but that does not mean they are going to get what they want. I was entirely too nice when I went in to have my first and 10 years later I still regret giving in. I did a little better with my second, but this time I have my mind made up and no one is going to change it. I will call when I am ready, and not before.
09/03 - 09/06 - 06/13
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