I meant natural as in not a csection. My doctor said that if I did get to try a vaginal delivery that I'd have to atleast get the catheter to the epidural put in my back should I need to be rushed for an emergency csection. Hoping that wont happen, the recovery time is so much longer. I've got three little boys at home and while I have DH at home to help most days, it would be rough on him as well. Boy/girl huh? That is the best combination, especially for the first babies. Then you have one of each and decide that you dont want any more, you don't feel like you've missed out on one or the other. Have you thought of names yet? I bet you are very excited to go home tomorrow! Well, good luck!
I'm glad you get to go home. Hospital bedrest sounds horrible. I have three kids at home, so I don't think i'd be able to do it. I'd miss them, but I guess i'd definitely be more relaxed in the hospital. It would definitely be nice to do a natural delivery. Both babies have been head down at the last few u/s, we will see on Tuesday if they are going to decide to stay that way for a while longer. I hope so... even though they could probably still flip at the last minute. So you are having girls? And fraternal or identical? We are having identical girls. I ask every time just to be sure because i've got three boys at home. lol. Well, I hope your delivery goes well and that you will update often. Take care!
Hey, how are you doing? How is your pregnancy going at this point? I'm 26wks with twins and not sure what to expect in the upcoming months. Do you have a date set for delivery or csection? Hope all is going well. Good luck!
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