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JoannaS
Posts 480


28/11/2011 16:38:35
Congratulations Orchard!

Beautiful experience! Thanks for sharing and all the best to your perfect family!





muu
Posts 291


29/11/2011 04:46:00
how nice, congrats and enjoy your bundle of joy





SweetLily
Posts 160


29/11/2011 15:27:54
Wonderful! I'm a VBAC mama and know there are others on the board as well. It's fantastic to see a positive, wonderful VBAC story on here. Thanks so much for sharing and congratulations!!





Helping_Hand
Posts 145


10/12/2011 12:21:45
Congrats on your little bundle of joy!

Could you please share the name of the hospital?

TIA





scp
Posts 770


15/12/2011 10:26:00
Congratulations!!! Now if anybody had a successful story with VBAC when their baby was breech at 39 weeks, I'd love to hear...





SweetLily
Posts 160


15/12/2011 10:27:24
scp wrote:
Congratulations!!! Now if anybody had a successful story with VBAC when their baby was breech at 39 weeks, I'd love to hear...


Oooh! I'll take that challenge. Lol. I'll be back. Are you 39 weeks and breech? Have they tried to turn the baby?
edited by SweetLily on 15/12/2011





scp
Posts 770


15/12/2011 10:51:34
Sorry to have hijacked the thread, I should have started a new one....my first one was an emergency c-section, so the doctor doesn't want to try EVC with this one (I'm a bit freaked out by it as well); but I've tried everything from the different positions on Spinning Babies, ice/heat packs, moxibustion, acupuncture, chiro, swimming (couldn't quite do the headstands), and facial reflexology- still open to suggestions but at this point will just have to see if baby's willing to turn on her own...





scp
Posts 770


15/12/2011 17:30:44
thanks SweetLily, will email you know so you can take your contact info off. Thanks!





Frances
Posts 8057


16/12/2011 10:10:39
scp wrote:
Sorry to have hijacked the thread, I should have started a new one....my first one was an emergency c-section, so the doctor doesn't want to try EVC with this one (I'm a bit freaked out by it as well); but I've tried everything from the different positions on Spinning Babies, ice/heat packs, moxibustion, acupuncture, chiro, swimming (couldn't quite do the headstands), and facial reflexology- still open to suggestions but at this point will just have to see if baby's willing to turn on her own...

Hi there congrats on baby number 2 it's been a while, all the best sending you spinning vibes hun.





scp
Posts 770


16/12/2011 10:49:44
Thanks again! Will try to make one of the BFQA support groups one of these days...





Frances
Posts 8057


16/12/2011 11:22:17
scp wrote:
Thanks again! Will try to make one of the BFQA support groups one of these days...

We r now doing seminars/workshops , will keep you posted for the next one but u have my email and cell number let me know if you need to chat.
Happy holidays.





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