awwwwwwwwwwww, iopian - you old softy - truly a three hankie moment! you always know how to lift the spirits.
That's because a little baby lifted mine. Particularly when a baby teaches a doctor they're not quite the little god they think they are.
iopian - when i was five months pg with zgirl she was nearly born and the doctor said she was not a "viable" fetus and did we just want to let nature take its course - or he could do surgery, which entailed gently pushing her BACK into the womb and sewing my cervix closed (twice i might add) and we told him, "HEY WE'VE ALREADY NAMED THIS CHILD!" well, as you know our little zgirl will be 17 in a few months - she was born a fighter and remains so to this day. SHE was almost named "max"!
Sorry doc... 'not viable' isn't in God's dictionary.
it could sound gross to some, but when i was in the shower before being taken to the hospital, i did a self exam to see if i could feel why i was bleeding - when i barely reached into my vaginal area and that tiny foot touched my hand that's when all reality came into focus - i shouldn't have even been standing! the smartarse doctor on duty asked, "what makes you think you're losing this baby?!?" and when i told him what was felt on self-exam, they turned the bed nearly upside down with my head at the bottom! God was not mocked THAT DAY.
It's a good thing women bear the children. If I felt a little foot I would freak out big time.
next time you see a frog in your flowers, lean down to pick it up - close your eyes and grab its foot - that's what it felt like! now you know.
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