You are doing amazing... it takes time. I still have moments where i want to slap people upside the head LOL Carlos's cousin just had a baby (and made us the god parents) and she kept saying how she didn't want a csection because she wanted to experience labor. I love her dearly, but I was like ARRRHHHHH I will NEVER get to experience labor, if a c section means you get a baby don't complain. It was like rubbing it in. Yea, I would have liked to experience labor, but it is not the end of the world to have a c section when you are having a nice normal pregnancy. I was actually in the room for the birth, when I walked in I was followed by two docs and three nurses because the baby was having decells and I was like OMG I can not do this, but everything okay. The doc that I go to was the one that delivered her, and he at least kept asking if I was okay. I gave her all of Veronica's stuff that I have been holding on to, I figure if my daughter can't wear it my Goddaughter should... One thing that really hurt is one of my best friends also just had a little girl in June, and she sent her a message on facebook saying welcome to the baby club... I always felt like people with living children were in a special little club but to actually see it hurt. SIlly, I know... anyway, I'm rambling!!! The first year or two is the worse... it gets better, but there are days that are still pretty bad for me... just not as many as there used to be.
Val (34) & Carlos (32)
Married: April 29th 2011
Veronica Rosina, 11/25/2004-11/27/2004
Born at 26.5 weeks (1 lb 4oz, 14 inches) because of severe preeclampsia (doc says I was on my way to HELLP but not there yet)
Nicholas Robert, 11/22/2013 7 lb 7oz 19.5 inches, born at 36 weeks (due to previous classical c-section) PE FREE!!!!!!