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How do you get a baby out? Well, there are about a million different ways to do childbirth and this aims to cover as many as possible!

Featured blogger - Newcastle Family Life

22 Jun, 2014

Lindsey, from Newcastle Family Life, has shared with us her birth story for her second baby. Apparently it was an awful pregnancy! I find it so strange that some pregnancies are fine and other are just the pits. I have heard (in fact told “you’ll know this of course what with all your research” – er, no.) that an awful pregnancy, with the predominant awfulness being sickness, is down to the baby having a different blood group to the mother…I’ve not checked but if that’s true, there’s not a lot we can do about it. The next awful pregnancy could be any of us! But it’s all worth it in the end and soon forgotten, right?! If Lindsey is anything to go by, it definitely is.

Awful pregnancy! Lindsey’s birth story

Awful pregnancy doesn't mean they all will be. Here is Lindsey's 2nd birth story (spoiler - it's didn't put her off!) http://www.mumsdays.com/awful-pregnancy/

Sophia’s first photo

My second pregnancy was awful! I was sick every day from the moment I conceived until the day I give birth. I also suffered from sciatica and pelvic pain, which was so painful that it made walking impossible. I had to have weekly physio and was signed off work on early maternity leave at 25 weeks pregnant. I also ended up in agony in hospital for a week at 32 weeks pregnant with gallstones and spent the last 8 weeks of my pregnany barely able to eat anything, so much for eating for two! (more…)