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Lilly
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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2010 11:14 am
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A few months ago I started a thread about wanting a baby, the frustrations, the letting go, the processes etc.

I am now 3 months pregnant.

I am so happy ( and sick ::LOL)...not that funny.

 

It does happen.:shock:

:kiss::kiss::kiss:

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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2010 12:04 pm
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Just a little more of letting go and you wouldn't be sick::LOL:kiss:


Have fun with your little one! I wish you all the best!::woohoo

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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2010 02:49 pm
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How exciting!  Congratulations to you.  You must be so proud, and so excited!

This is one thing that really gets me.  It's not the parenting that I'm afraid of.  It's the pregnancy itself.  I'm fearful of the the sickness, the labor, the pain.  I know I can have an easy pregnancy if I will it to be so.  Why, then, am I so scared!

I'll be 30 this year.  I'll be done with school  before I turn 32.  Plenty of time to have a child, but I can go either way.  Knowing that I could have a child without all of the pain and discomfort would make my decision a lot easier.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2010 03:53 pm
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Lilly, honey!!!! ::woohoo

3 months prego!!!! ::woohoo

Morning sickness!!!! ::woohoo

Which will pass!!!! ::woohoo

Allowing!!!!! ::woohoo Appreciation!!!! ::woohoo Alleviation! ::woohoo TRIPLE A!!!! ::woohoo

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Sorry if I seem overly silly - I'm just so happy for you I could BURST!
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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2010 08:29 pm
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Congratulations!!!!!!!!!


Remember me? I was in on your thread too and I'm just about 4 months now. No sickness or anything like that. So far, just as easy as my first pregnancy, except one thing...I've <<--e--x--p--a--n--d--e--d-->> alot more around the waist than the first time around.
We're here for expansion, but this is ridiculous! ::LOL


::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo

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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2010 09:46 pm
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TheSourceInMe wrote: This is one thing that really gets me.  It's not the parenting that I'm afraid of.  It's the pregnancy itself.  I'm fearful of the the sickness, the labor, the pain.  I know I can have an easy pregnancy if I will it to be so.  Why, then, am I so scared!


I have borne two children.  I felt great through both pregnancies (no morning sickness)... I read a lot of midwifery type books while I was pregnant, and through that I accepted as truth that my body knew what to do (pregnancy and labor), and that if I could stay out of it's way (sound familiar? ::devil) it would easily nurture and deliver my children with minimal pain.  (I've read of women that have given birth with no pain too but I couldn't quite believe that for myself lol so I didn't expect it).   I learned everything I could about pregnancy and labor (from the midwifery perspective-- it personally resonated with me as it's much more focused on birth as natural and normal than 'everything that can go wrong'.)  I learned the signs and stages of my body...and because of that I was able to labor mostly at home which I found much more comfortable than a hospital (I did choose to deliver at a hospital though). 

My first labor was 7 hours start to finish.  I gave birth with no pain meds, and it was an easy delivery.  My second labor was 4.5 hours from first contraction to her delivery (we barely made it to the hospital lol she was born 20 minutes after we got there).   Totally easy delivery.  Not painless, but totally manageable.  During her birth, I was in awe of the efficiency and strength of my body.  After my labors were over both times I was able to immediately get up, shower, change clothes and I felt great!  Was up greeting people, nursing the baby, etc... There was zero 'recovery' time. 

My point is-- the keyword is TRUST.  Trust your body.  Women have been carrying and delivering babies for how many thousands of years... And I don't know about you, but I see a LOT of people walking around every day so evidently we're quite GOOD at it!  ::devil  There is absolutely nothing to fear--Your body is amazing, and it knows exactly what to do-- efficiently and perfectly-- all you have to do is trust it.  And hey, if it resonates with you there are a whole host of pain medications available to you during labor and delivery and trust me-- if you don't want to feel anything, you don't have to.  ::cool  Trust your body, and pick whichever path resonates with you.  Either way, Wellbeing abounds. 

::hugging

Much love,
~Amber 

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 Posted: Fri Jun 11th, 2010 03:00 am
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Thankyou everyone for your well wishes (and Try Again keep going strong).

I am so very happy ,content and thankful for my life and the sickness is nothing in comparison, I even think of it in a positive light, all those hormones  swirling around helping the baby grow.  I believe it is only a matter of days left of it because I see the 2 trimester as energy bound as ever.

Throughout the time I was trying to get pregnant, Ihad a mantra that I used to say:

I have a healthy, happy easy pregnancy and I have a healthy, happy, easy baby.

My pregnancy is fantastic.

This experience did affirm to me that what you what defintely happens...it is just a matter of being patient between the wanting and the having and just go about your business knowing that it will happen at the perfect time. 

I am applying this to all sorts of situations. The company my partner works for has just gone into receivership...and you know what...I have never felt more positive that all will work out perfectly and an even better opportunity will crop up for him.  I KNOW it will happen, I now just have to sit back, relax and be patient and know it is all sorted out.

Blessing to you all:allgood 

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 Posted: Fri Jun 11th, 2010 04:48 am
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Wow, Amber!

Thanks for the uplifting, positive story.  And thank you also for reminding me that all it takes is me getting out of the way and ALLOWING the Universe, and my body, to do what it does...naturally.  This baby thing may not be so bad after all! 

::hugging right back at cha!!

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 Posted: Tue Jun 15th, 2010 01:41 am
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I must admit, this has been a fear of mine too... the pain, sickness, etc., but it is true that women have been carrying and giving birth to children for thousands of years.  The body does know what it's doing.  We just have to TRUST.

 

I am very happy for both of you soon to be mommies! Congrats!!!::grapevine

 

Ali::hearts

 

 

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 Posted: Tue Jun 15th, 2010 05:19 am
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That is FANTASTIC!  Congratulations!!!!!!!!  Having a baby is hands down the best thing I've ever done in my life!!!!!!!!!!!!  Soon you will have a sweet newborn and you will not believe the love you have for that little one!  One of my "get in the vortex" memories is the first time I laid eyes on my little girl.

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 Posted: Tue Jun 15th, 2010 12:28 pm
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Wow Lilly!! (And TryAgain) Huge congrats to you both!!!!

It is truly the most mazing thing you will ever do!

When I had my little girl, I focused so much upon having a painless birth, that I never really gave much thought to what the labour itself was like. So as it turned out, labour hurt - childbirth did not!!!!

I can honestly say from the bottom of me heart, my little girl (8lb 10oz!!!) was delivered in 2 pushes, and it didn't hurt a bit!!!! No word of a lie. Your body takes over, and needs no input from you to easily birth a baby!

I also had an easy pregnancy with no problems. Except massive puffy ankles (cankles) at the end. Oh and I only had gas and air.

So my only advice would be to focus upon a painfree LABOUR as well as the painfree birth!!!!!!!!!! It is all amazing!!!!

I am so happy for you!

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 Posted: Tue Jun 15th, 2010 01:28 pm
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I feel that I should add some more here (I was in a bit of a rush earlier so only really gave half the story!).

 

I was pregnant Pre-Abe. I never had any resistance to getting pregnant and as soon as we decided to try, it happened straight away. I didn’t have much resistance to pregnancy itself as the pregnancy was easy, without any problems. I did however put a lot of weight on and was ma-hoo-sive by then end! So I got puffy ankles in the last few weeks.

 

Anyway. Throughout my pregnancy, I had that fear of what childbirth would actually be like, and so I started to search the web for stories of people who had given birth easily and naturally, and there are LOADS of them! Yey! Anyway, one thing that did come out of all of that was that my attention was brought to how much hospital interventions are just not necessary, and I started to build up a lot of resistance to drugs, and epidurals and c-sections etc, because I felt that they interfered with the natural process. And of course this set me off on focusing upon what I did not want. I did not want any interventions. As you can see then those were my 2 main focuses throughout. I want a pain free birth, and I DO NOT want any interventions. Thus my big fat invite to both of them into my experience!!!!!

 

So before the big day arrived, I had agreed to a sweep because I had gone past my due date, and sure enough the next morning everything seemed to kick off. I heard my waters ‘pop’ but there was no gush or anything, they just slowly trickled throughout the morning. As the day went on though I became aware that all was not as it should be, my contractions kept stopping then starting and the waters were not clear. I rang labour ward and they told me to go in. Once there, they confirmed that there was meconium in the waters (which means the baby had done a no.2 inside the womb!) and so they would have to induce me to get the baby here as soon as poss. I was gutted, but as it was a valid reason for the safety of the baby then I agreed to it.

 

They tried a pessary to induce me but that didn’t work, so through the night I had mild contractions, and then at 12.00 the following day my body really kicked into gear and my natural labour really started. However they still went ahead and put me on the drip to induce me at 3.00pm, and I had a very short, but very intense labour and my baby girl was born at 11mins past 6pm.

 

And as I said earlier, she came with 2 pushes and the birth itself was a bit of an anti climax because I couldn’t believe that it was THAT easy! (Thank you all those stories that I read that really made me BELIEVE that pain free child birth was possible.

 

So when I look back from my post ABE perspective, I can see that I really did create all of it, and by my pushing so hard against interventions, that is what created the need for interventions in my case. And because I had managed to make myself believe that there is no need for delivery to hurt, it is what your body is designed to do, I also created that into my experience.

 

All I can say is that knowing now what I know, the next time I have a baby, it’s gonna be a breeze!!!

 

And I would also say to you to have no fear, because even when I think back to the pain of labour, I don’t look back and wince, I look back with absolute joy and adoration of what an amazing thing it was to experience. The night before I was being induced, I was terrified of what the birth was going to be like, and I remember thinking ‘Oh I think a c-section is a really good idea!!!’ But afterwards I was so happy that I had done it all myself, it was like a rite of passage, and it felt GOOD!!!!

 

And so it excites me so much to hear that you are going to have a baby because I can honestly say that it was THE one and only BEST thing that I have ever done in my life, and once they are here it just gets better and better. And you will have an appreciation for your body that you never thought possible when you look at that sleeping angel and say ‘wow, MY body did THAT’!

 

I have Goosebumps. xxxxx

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 Posted: Tue Jun 15th, 2010 05:09 pm
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HereIam- awesome story!

I also was pregnant pre-Abe and also DID NOT WANT medical intervention.  My plan was for homebirth with a midwife, but I didn't know any better so I attracted a big fat C-Section!  Now I know better, and I can actually say that the birth was perfect!  :)  And so is my daughter! 

I remember reading that for some, labor and birth are orgasmic.  When I started labor, I was feeling VERY sexy and beautiful and awesome.  Either my coach or one of the assistants reminded me that it's supposed to be painful.  (Totally my vibe, though, I now realize!!!!)  I learned so much from that whole experience!!!!!

You pregnant mamas here are so fortunate to know how to focus on what you DO want!  :)  ::hearts

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 Posted: Tue Jun 15th, 2010 07:30 pm
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YAY!!  I, too, had a "miracle" baby.  I was sick as a DOG for the entire nine months, and I NOW see it as a blessing (not so much at the time).

Anyway, the whole experience truly is a blessing, and CONGRATULATIONS for your MAGNIFICENT MANIFESTING!!  ♥

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 Posted: Fri Jun 18th, 2010 11:01 pm
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Me Too!!! I'm pregnant too!

:kiss:

I'm only a few weeks along but I already know this is going to be a wonderful pregnancy. I already know my baby is and will continue to be strong and in perfect health.

I'm getting minor cramps and lower back ache and a mild aversion to some foods but I see them all as joyous indicators that my body is preparing itself to carry this baby as it grows!

The food aversions and cravings seem to be my body asking for what it needs. For example, this morning I had a couple of pancakes and a big bowl of fruit. Well I didn't even finish the pancakes (which are normally a favorite) because they tasted all floury and bland as if my body was telling me there is nothing good for us here. The fruit however was sweet and delicious and I couldn`t get enough. I'm also craving a lot of protein and I'm thirsty as all get out and sugary drinks (even juice) doesn`t interest me at all. I want milk, and water, and rooibus tea.

I love all the positive posts and I'm right there! It never occurred to me to check out midwifery books. I`ll definitely do that. Thanks for the tip! and I`m definitely going to go google painless and easy childbirths right now!

Last edited on Fri Jun 18th, 2010 11:03 pm by Sweet Peace

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I'm pregnant, too! ::ghost


I found a wonderful video on youtube about orgasmic birth. I believe they made a documentary about it, as well. Definitely worth checking out!




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 Posted: Thu Jul 22nd, 2010 05:26 pm
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Ok, I know this is an old thread, but here's the thing...

Lately things are starting to happen for me the way I was reading here when I was first introduced to Abe last autumn.

I was in a very difficult position financially then, but things have turned around and the future is looking great! Lately money has repeatedly landed unexpectedly in my lap, a couple of bills that we've been SO happy to be able to pay, has turned out to have been already payed, so we've had the payments returned to our acct.

Nowadays I am so positive about money, and I can see now what a dark place I have come from.

I can no longer ignore the fact that almost everytime I look at the clock at the nightstand it is 2:22 or 1:23, and "coincidences" happen all the time! I feel like I am moving into something really, really magic. It is so exciting!

My partner and I have been trying to become pregnant for a year and a half, and it's been more of a struggle than what we expected it to become. I can now see that I should be SO happy we were not pregnant when we were having our toughest period financially last autumn, so I am now quite content that things didn't happen right away.

But today I have this nice, calm feeling inside me. I am certain it will happen or has already happened for us now. I came back to this forum for the first time since January, looking for stories of manifestations of pregnancies. Read this one.

And guess what name we've been thinking of for our baby if it's a girl...? It's Lilly. :) 

I don't know. It's like everything speaks to me these days. And as long as it's in this positive way, it can keep speaking! :allgood

 

I hope you are all doing well, and enjoying life!

 

Elin

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 Posted: Thu Jul 22nd, 2010 08:31 pm
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Your post gave me goosebumps! You are in such a lovely place. Regardless of the outcome, feeling good is what matters most and feeling good will get you where you want to be.

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