Monday, February 13, 2006

and Pam said...

Reich: yeah, i think the only way i could give birth would be with CS but i've heard so many horror stories of how healing after the operation is painful too.. but what you said has been echoed by every mother i've spoken too.. you just forget the pain when you see the baby.. i have utmost respect for women who have gone through the pain of childbirth.. all of you deserve crowns and scepters.. and lots and lots of love...

haha... you know what? with lots of painkillers, it really isn't that painful (the stitches, i mean)... ako nga, i didn't need painkillers...

it was just weird, coz all ur insides feel like jelly... maluwag na kasi without the baby in it.

you know what's painful? giving out milk for the first time... it was horrific... i mean it! tears just keep streaming down my face... my breast bled!

pero what you really need, aside from seeing your miracle for the first time? it's the support of your loved ones... if you have that, you have absolutely nothing to worry about...

and i'm sure, Arvin will be there for you... and your friends, and family... you'll take it all in...

pero, it is really wise that you are ready before getting pregnant... so take your time... you're still young pa naman...

the mother hen instinct will come whether you like it or not... =)

you can say today, that you'd rather adopt... but time will come that you'll change your mind... plus, if you really love Arvin, and he really loves to have a baby of your own, you will eventually give in... love does rule over the mind.

i hope i'm making Arvin happy with all i'm saying... haha!

at least now you know, Pam, with all of us here... that you just don't have family and friends... you have bloghoppers on your side, too!

we're gonna be your support group if time comes, ok?

be happy!

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