If you are pregnant, I'm sure you've thought about whether or not you would want an epidural during labor. Once your ever-growing bump gets to be quite a size, and it's evident that there IS definitely a baby in there that is going to have to come out somehow, you start to wonder how exactly you are gonna fit your baby's softball-sized head through your not-the-size-of-a-softball-sized-vagina. And how much is that gonna hurt?? Well gals, I will not lie to you, yes it does hur
My mom gave me a copy of this years ago, and I was just going through some papers and thought that I'd share :)
21 Memos from your child
1. Don't spoil me. I know quite well that I ought not to have all that I ask for. I'm only testing you.
2. Don't be afraid to be firm with me. I prefer it, it makes me feel more secure.
3. Don't let me form bad habits. I have to rely on you to detect them in the early stages.
4. Don't make me feel smaller than I am. It makes me fee
So it has been a month. A month since I can call myself a miscarriage survivor. About every other day, at the very least, someone asks me how I am doing. My standard answer is that I am fine. That is the truth, the short version, but the honest truth. I am for the most part doing fine. It's getting easier, day by day. I'm healing. How do I know? I have more 'good' days than bad ones now, compared to two weeks ago.
A good day is one that I don't breakdown at least once crying