Watching one born...

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Watching one born...

Postby NorthernKitten » 01 Jul 2014, 20:39

...for the first time since before I went into labour with munchkin.

Why am I doing this to myself?! (Watching one born, I mean, although given the sickies and the tiredness and te lack of clothes that fit, am wondering about why I'm putting myself through all of this!)
Mummy to a munchkin (Dec 12) and a mini munchkin (due Jan 15) and part-time teacher of teenaged terrors.
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Re: Watching one born...

Postby Jaymlin » 02 Jul 2014, 06:21

I love watching OBEM. I think I have seen every episode of every series. It's on tonight in fact and I really look forward to Wednesday evenings because of this. And I've only 4 weeks to go until baby no 2 is due.
Love being a mummy to the beautiful F (april 12) and especially love BLW.
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Re: Watching one born...

Postby Kanga » 02 Jul 2014, 10:58

Another one addicted to it here! A friend of mine was traumatised by her first delivery and couldn't watch it for ages and lots of people told me not to watch it towards the end of my pg with ds, but I just carried on. Only trouble is it makes me cry. Every.single.time! Even worse now I'm hormonal and imagining my own little squishy!
Mummy to 2 gorgeous munchkins who are trying to eat us out of house & home! Dd A born July 08 and ds J born June 12. V3 due October 2014.

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Re: Watching one born...

Postby robyn » 02 Jul 2014, 11:03

I watched it obssesively at the end of my last 2 pgs. Don't think it was around when I had m, then I read birth stories online! I avoid it now, because it makes me so so broody and sad ill never do it again. My births had their share of drama, but in a strange way I love doing it. It's just an amazing amazing thing. Sigh.
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Re: Watching one born...

Postby Kanga » 02 Jul 2014, 11:25

I think I may end up feeling the same Robyn & having to avoid it. I already can't believe this will be my last & ds' delivery was so amazing I'm looking forward to doing it again. Is that weird?! ;)
Mummy to 2 gorgeous munchkins who are trying to eat us out of house & home! Dd A born July 08 and ds J born June 12. V3 due October 2014.

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Re: Watching one born...

Postby Jaymlin » 02 Jul 2014, 18:03

Kanga I'm with you on the tears front. I cry at the opening credits right through to the end credits. It's ridiculous but I love it.
Love being a mummy to the beautiful F (april 12) and especially love BLW.
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