NOTE: This post is from 2011 and my daughter is now walking, talking and learning to read.
For those of you that saw my post on How to Get Pregnant Naturally, I want to offer proof that proper nutrition and lifestyle changes do increase fertility…
My husband and I are so excited to be expecting our fourth little one, due to make an entrance sometime mid-summer (2011). Our other kids are absolutely ecstatic also, and I am looking forward to a *hopefully* natural birth. My last pregnancy was complicated by an undiagnosed placenta previa (very rare) and an emergency c-section. We just confirmed that there is no previa this pregnancy so we are on track for a vaginal birth after cesarean.
I am planning to post regular updates about the pregnancy and the preparation for a v-bac, without turning this into a pregnancy blog! For those interested, these are my previous birth stories. I hope that you will join me during these next few months for what I hope will be my most fit and healthy pregnancy yet. I plan to continue a healthy diet and lifestyle and avoid as many toxins as possible.
Since we are now well beyond the “normal” 1.2 children per family limit, I figured I should preemptively answer a few questions:
Don’t you know what causes that?
Yes. Yes, we do. Do you want a tutorial?
Are you Catholic/Mormon/the Duggars?
Yes, no, no.
Do you have a TV?
Are you done now?
Kind of a personal question, really, but probably not.
“You have your hands fulll!”
Thanks for noticing. My heart is pretty full too
And this funny pregnancy announcement video pretty much sums up the rest!
Have any of you had a successful v-bac? If so, what did you do to prepare. Have you found natural remedies for common pregnancy complaints? Please tell my about it below, along with any tips for a healthy, natural, easy pregnancy!