There is no perfect time to have a baby but there are better times. This post is by no means a checklist of things to have in place before having a baby. Rather it’s a list of things a couple may find helpful to discuss before starting their family. As I note at the end only God is the one who gives life and each life is a precious gift.
Full disclosure we got pregnant nine months after our wedding while I was in my last semester of university. Looking back I wouldn’t reccommend being pregnant while in school because it was very stressful. However, it can be done and I did have the benefit of a very flexible schedule to accommodate all my appointments. Continue reading “How Do You Know You’re Ready to Have a Baby?”
To read Part 1 of my birth story click here
We arrived at the hospital at 1 pm and met our primary midwife in the maternal triage area (we also had a second midwife assist during the birth). She lead us across the hall to the delivery room where I changed into a gown and laid down on the bed. I looked out the window and noted our nice view of autumn coloured trees covering the city. The distraction was a good way to start the day.
Continue reading “Baby K’s Birth Story Part 2”
In part one of this series, I talked about everything I didn’t expect during the first and second trimesters of pregnancy. Now that I’m near the end of my pregnancy I’m sharing more of what I’ve learned about pregnancy and birth.
Continue reading “Everything No One Tells You About You’re First Pregnancy (Part 2)”