About Me: Female, 35, Pittsburgh, PA, member since Jan 2010
I am 30 years old and just gave birth to my first baby after having a miscarriage December 2009. Jake was born January 6, 2011 weighing 8 lb. 9 oz. and was 21 1/2 inches long. He is a joy to have and I feel so blessed.
Wow 11 hours that is amazing! Maybe he will continue to sleep well. My son has never had issues with teething not even when his molars came in so you might get lucky. I actually was induced with my first and I went epidural free for the first 12 hours. I didn't really start to feel intense pain until 10 hours into it. But guess what I won't need to be induced this time around because I had m little man naturally this morning. If you want to read the birth story I will be posting it on the June Babies forum or I could just send you a message. :-)
I am so ready to have this baby, lol. I am in pain, pinched nervese, including the sciattic nerve, completely exhausted from not sleeping good at night. Just ready to have my body to myself again. If I don't have him before Sunday I will be induced either then or Monday depending on if they have a room and a nurse for me. How are you and your beautiful baby doing?
Just a quick note to say hi!
I was looking through your pics and Jake is sooo cute!! congrats!! I was wondering.. how did you lose all that weight? i need to lose some pounds and have a really hard time doing so... I am only 5'0 and 131 right now but i look heavier because of my shape... i really want to go down to 120 but going to the gym is out of the question cause i dont have anyone to keep baby... and I have the xbox kinect with the biggest loser game but i am not motivated to play cause i get interrupted...
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