Dating mama39s boys

Many people say you need to write it down immediately, because you will forget the details.I know that no matter how much time passes I will not forget what took place the days before, the day of, and the days after his birth.

Many of you know that my second son was born 5 weeks premature.

I am one of the crazy women that love giving birth.

I am not such a fan of the pregnancy part, but I love the birth experience.

My preemie will be two this spring and I still have not taken the time to write down his birth story.

But to make a very long story short after three visits to a neonatologist and by the grace, mercy, and healing powers of God we were told at 30 weeks that he was going to be fine.

By about 32 weeks I was feeling like I was about 38 weeks.

I was absolutely miserable, horribly uncomfortable, and felt immense pressure in my pelvic area.

The past few weeks I have really been processing what happened and most recently have felt not only strong enough to share his birth story, but also to actually relive it and write out what happened. I suffered from very little nausea and was so excited to be able to give my oldest son a sibling that would be so close in age to him.

As the pregnancy progressed I just had this overwhelming feeling that something was going to go wrong.

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