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jujubee

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UGH. I don't want to do those classes, but we probably should. I'm such an introvert with that crap. The rest of the time I'm not. It's weird.

I'll probably get to hear the heartbeat during my next doctor appointment! December 2 is the next one. We'll see!
I don't find those classes at all necessary, personally. But some are adamant about them. I just think it's silly. You *will* be on board with your body at that time, no classes or lack thereof can alter that.lol
 

Shanananaaa

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UGH. I don't want to do those classes, but we probably should. I'm such an introvert with that crap. The rest of the time I'm not. It's weird.

I'll probably get to hear the heartbeat during my next doctor appointment! December 2 is the next one. We'll see!
I never did those classes with either pregnancy. The internet and friends with kids told me all I needed to know. Don't waste your money. :)

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Bitch

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I took those classes and never needed them since I had a c-section. There were some good info since I was having twins, but I also got some useless advice that would have set me up for some disappointment had I followed instructions.

Biggest advice I can give you. When the day comes, don't set your heart into a birth plan. It rarely goes as you'd want it to go. If you expect to go natural with no drugs. You might be surprised what you feel during labor and you may change your mind. Forgive yourself if you do go off your expectations. It's OK to change your mind no matter how badly you wanted to do something else. You may want your husband in the room with you. You may want only certain people visiting you. Things change. The point is, focus on the one thing that matters....you go to where you plan to have your baby and walk out of there as a family in good health. What happens during is of very little value when what really matters is you, your husband, and your new baby. It's nice to have the extra stuff that you have planned to make the experience as pleasant as possible and there's nothing wrong with trying to follow whatever birth plan you have thought up. Just don't expect to have it followed exactly.
 
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frank pics 007.jpg Been a big year for this guy, he turned 18, went hunting for the first time and made a kill with his great grandfather's gun. He has been into drawing more and more lately, and he can make a fantastic nude in under 4 hours from memory. ( I know DUh He is a 18 year GUY!) but there is a difference in art and flat out porn, he is doing the artsy shit. and you should see it! He can sing, and is coming into his own right in front of us, damn it hurts, this guy will be married with kids soon if I ain't watching.
 

MisterFister

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Yes he has really long hair. He's also really handsome (which I still can't figure out). I told him he should look into modeling. His looks...his age...I bet some shady company could use him to sell something.

Mostly I said that because he isn't old enough to control the money. I could soak him dry with no bad consequences beyond some hard feelings and bad press. I'll happily be one of those horribly bad Hollywood parents for a couple million. No problem.