I had a lot of blood loss in the beginning of that pregnancy. It took me 6 months to be totally clear and not afraid to lose our baby.
It’s OK to feel like this. Make sure you talk about how you feel and don’t bottle it up!
It’s so easy to get drawn into this. Especially if you like a bit of chin wag or are genuinely chatting with people in small groups in an effort to figure out the dynamics of a new job or team. Helps to keep in mind that if they’ll gossip with you, they’ll gossip about you!
It took an entire day for them to discharge me. For no apparent reason
I’ve also moved because I didn’t like my working environment and once, for more money. Unfortunately, the money didn’t stop me disliking the role any less than I did. I’m sure that last one is the reason for most job hopping.
A doctor suggested we book in a C- section as I was overdue and the baby could be in distress. However, she seemed perfectly happy in there. Her heartbeat, etc. Everything was fine. I declined. I was going to have that peaceful water birth in a dimly lit room with some jazz music playing.