My husband went to basic training when I was 37 weeks pregnant. I was due on March 20, 2012. The doctor said she would induce me on the 21st so my hubby could possibly make the birth. A week before I was scheduled to be induced I was told he would not be able to come.
On my due date I woke up with cramps. I assumed I just had to go to the bathroom. We went to Walmart and throughout the day I was having this pain. That night at 7pm o told my mom it was time. Contractions were never steady they were sporadic.
When I went in at 9pm the nurse claimed I wasn’t in labor but kept me since I was getting induced next morning. At about midnight she told me that I was in labor and could have an epidural. So I took it. At 7 the next morning I said I thought my water broke. I looked at the bed and my bag of water was sitting there not popped just came out. I had my daughter at 829am. Never had to get induced. I was able to text a picture to my husband right after. He finally met her 2 months later.
Thinking of using cloth diapers for your new little bundle?
Here are the the types of cloth diapers available and the pros and cons of each:
All In One’s
PROS: Easy to use. Makes diaper changes fast and easy.
CONS: Long drying times. Wear out fast due to frequent washings.
All In Two’s
PROS: Easy to use. Daycare friendly. High resale value. Most like disposables.
CONS: Expensive. Need a large quantity.
PROS: Not too bulky. Keeps baby dry as moisture is pulled away from the skin quickly.
CONS: Long drying times. May have problems with build-up on the synthetic liners.
What about you, Mom? Do you cloth diaper or plan to? What brand do you love and use? Tell us!