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May 11, 2011


I love birth stories so so so much! I can't wait to hear the rest.

Birth story! I am reading this while I keep a Twitter vigil awaiting the birth of the Mosher twins. Yeah babies!

My favourite part so far? The kiddie ball. So very awesome. And I can't wait to read part 2. But no rush - enjoy that new baby smell.

I love this. I love you. You are awesome. Also, Charlotte. SO CUTE.

So exciting! I can't wait to read the rest. I remember waking up on my daughter's birth day and thinking damn I feel like crap and I hope this doesn't last much longer. Started having regular contractions about an hour later. Thank god for the contraction app =)

Love this! My water broke at home right away with both of my kids and I was in major denial. Glad I'm not the only one. Can't wait for the rest of the story!

As Clara would say with her extremely limited vocabulary "More! More! More!" Don't leave us hanging too long for additional installments :)

Oh, and my water broke in the hospital, I was backwards in the bed (head at the feet) and I think the nurses were a little peeved at the amount of fluid that was extremely close to all their electronic monitoring devices and what not. Heh. Too bad for them - lying backwards was more comfy for me. No wonder they kept trying to talk me into an epidural! SORRY NURSES, no dice.

oohhhh...I can't wait to read the rest! Don't keep us hanging too long!

I love birth stories too! And you were so cute with your denial. "How could it be labor? I'm only 4387 weeks pregant!"

The image of you bouncing around on the ball in the middle of the night while typing on your laptop is kind of awesome.

I love birth stories! Can't wait for the rest!

The drunk lady and the busted up toe kind of cracked me up.

Loving the story!

I just laughed reading this, at your denial of labor, after you were so ready to be done. I tend to downplay things, and I did that with labor, too. Oh, it's fine, just a backache, I'll take some Tylenol and try to go to bed. Can't wait to hear the rest - I am such a sucker for birth stories.

I love that you were 41 weeks pregnant and still not convinced that THIS IS IT.

Love it! Can't wait tonread the rest!

I also had a serious case of Denial with my 2nd. "Well, I'm not DYING(yet), this probably isn't the real thing!" (despite regular three minute apart contractions)

You are telling this so well! And I can't wait to read the next bit.

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