Helen Palmer (nice_cup_of_tea) wrote,
Helen Palmer

Data and Delivery Issues

I am hot, bothered, a week into maternity leave and not at all relaxed :-(

My laptop has died and my last backup was done in April, so mr.ncot and I have to figure out how to retrieve that data. I have a hp laptop lined up to buy, but dont have loads of time to play around setting it up before baby arrives. And I have LOADS of things to do which involve laptop and internet connection. I am currently using Alan's netbook, but it all feels wrong. I know it's a small thing in the global scheme of things, but this is really p-ing me off.

I have loads of pregnancy, markus, family and pb2.0 updates to write and need to find the time to sit down and reflect.

The long and short of it is - I have to have a planned c-section in about 10 days time. I don't feel ready, I was really hoping for more time, I was hoping to try and give birth naturally, hoping for baby to turn or at least hoping that i could wait for labour to start before c-section happened. But after today's appointment (and the knowledge in the back of my head from last time) I guess I am not surprised that this is the outcome. I need a few days to get my expectations and disappointment out of my system, and then to move forward and look forward to the birth of our lovely little baby. How has this pregnancy gone by so fast? More details to follow....
Tags: gadgetgirl, pb2.0, rants

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