So DH and I have argued about names with our all of our children. We both think the names we like are better than the ones the other likes. Finally we both fell in love with Liliana Elizabeth, of course one of his but we gotta throw them a bone every once in a while. What do you ladies think?
Hi! I was reading that you have done a VBAC... I would love some details considering I am fully set on "attempting" one in about 12 weeks from now and I know no one who has really ever even heard of it let alone try.
The ACOG just did a HUGE thing over the summer saying that more women should be allowed to VBAC because its less risky then a repeat. The study even said after two c-sections with a certain amount of time inbetween a woman should be allowed to attempt.
I would talk to your doctor but I know, at least for me, I wouldn't have an OB who wouldn't let me try one. I felt totally ripped of my delivery of my son
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