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I'm due Sep 27, but honestly feel like this baby is coming any day. I'm dilated to 2 cm and contract pretty regularly throughout the day. Well, I'm signed up for one class this fall starting the last week of September. If Colton is born within the week I'd have a couple weeks to recover and establish Breastfeeding. The class is only 2 hours, 2 days a week. O could feed him before and after and not even miss a feeding. However, if he waits for his due date, I'll barely have any time to recover and relax with little one.
The class itself is simple. I took it back in high school. If I don't take it this term it delays my graduation this spring and my application to nursing school next fall. However baby boy is my priority. WWYD?
10.03.13 8lbs 11oz 21 inches
Excuse my typos, there is either a baby on my boob or sleeping in my arms
Thank you *sharon* for my adorable siggy
Hm....if it's easy and your SO or anyone can help then I think I'd go for it! But maybe I'm crazy? I've been itching to take classes but I only have hard ones left (All sciences, maths, and PE) or else I'd be doing the same!
Like I said, if it's something you feel confident doing and you have support then go for it
Excuse me if my typing is bad There's probably a baby in my arms.
is there any way you could switch to taking it online? i'm due november 26th and am taking 4 classes online (classes end for me december 13th). i have no idea how that'll work with a newborn, but so far, it's working out fabulously.