Wednesday, 12 September 2007

more of the same


I've had a night of backache coming and going and gradually increasing in intensity, ditto the 'fake' contractions - I spent about three hours walking around in the middle of the night. My belly is like a snare drum and I've still got a leak.

I'm going to have a bath and then we're due to see the consultant at 12.30.

Also, is everyone else finding that the blog is taking *aeons* to load? I think it might be a blogrolling issue.

More this afternoon. If no more news re the baby I have a tomato and passata post I've been meaning to put up for ages :).




8 comments:

  1. I don't believe in "fake" contractions. They're all real contractions, whether they develop quickly into full-blown labour, or whether they come and go over a period of weeks. It sounds to me like you're having a very drawn-out early labour. It's frustrating because you'd rather get it over with quickly. But it's fine. That's what your body needs to do, that's all. Go with the flow.

    I'd noticed the blog was loading slowly, and yet today it was quick as a flash.

    Oh, and sod the passata recipe. We're not interested (we will be interested in another week or so, but for now we want to know what's happening with you and the labour and the birth and the baby).

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  2. I don't believe in "fake" contractions. They're all real contractions, whether they develop quickly into full-blown labour, or whether they come and go over a period of weeks. It sounds to me like you're having a very drawn-out early labour. It's frustrating because you'd rather get it over with quickly. But it's fine. That's what your body needs to do, that's all. Go with the flow.

    I'd noticed the blog was loading slowly, and yet today it was quick as a flash.

    Oh, and sod the passata recipe. We're not interested (we will be interested in another week or so, but for now we want to know what's happening with you and the labour and the birth and the baby).

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  3. I second Mel's first two paragraphs. But as long as you've written the passata post, it might distract you a bit from the contractions.

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  4. I second Mel's first two paragraphs. But as long as you've written the passata post, it might distract you a bit from the contractions.

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  5. Blog much quicker now!

    Shame same can't be said for baby.

    Come on Baby- you've got an adoring public to meet!

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  6. Blog much quicker now!

    Shame same can't be said for baby.

    Come on Baby- you've got an adoring public to meet!

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  7. Ditto all of the above!

    now then, tomato passata recipe...?

    fingers, toes and eyes croxxed for you all!

    ps. word verification was something like 'UFUFCF' very apt, methinks.

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  8. Ditto all of the above!

    now then, tomato passata recipe...?

    fingers, toes and eyes croxxed for you all!

    ps. word verification was something like 'UFUFCF' very apt, methinks.

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