Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Labrador Time

This baby girl is on "Labrador Time". If you knew my husband, you know exactly what that means. If not, I'll tell you. He was never in a hurry. Drove me nuts!

When my OB checked me this afternoon, she said that there was no change since last week's exam. My cervix is still in a posterior position, and that means that the kind of induction method we've considered would be very hard to do and very unlikely to be successful. Next OB appointment is scheduled for Wednesday.

I am very disappointed, but I know that things can change at any time.

I also saw my chiropractor today, and I was surprised to learn that she knew how to treat my round ligament pain (which was bothering me during my treatment). I wish I'd known that before. She also worked my hip flexors and she said that can help open up the pelvis and contribute to progression. Prenatal chiropractic care is really impressive, and I'm so glad that I was referred to this practice.

So, there you have it.

No induction.

No progression.

No idea when Little Miss will arrive.


  1. You know I am praying!! Do what fun things you can to make the time pass. Shop online. Window shop for next year's Easter outfit. :) Write her a letter to put in her baby book of your hopes and dreams for her, and what her daddy hoped for her. Take lots of naps. Jiggle your belly, LOL!

  2. She will be arriving on Saturday...
    Love ya..
    Hugz.. you are doing soooo well..

  3. Anxiously waiting along with you, and we agree with everything that AprilMay said!!

    Love, ((Hugs)), and Prayers!!
    Jan, John & Jillian Rose

  4. Oh, it's so hard these last weeks! But as you said, you never know what will happen. I was clamped shut with my first child and my water broke 2 days later, 5cm by the time I got to the hospital. And he was born within 6 hours. Things can move quickly, so I'll be hoping for some surprise movement for you!


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