April 12, 2010

Why I've Not Felt Motivated to Blog Lately

Yep!  As most of you already know via facebook, I've been rather tired and drained because my body's been a little preoccupied growing and sustaining another little life.  It's hard work!

Not to mention these two keep me rather busy as well!

Sean and I are expecting to be outnumbered some time in November.  My official due date is November 13th.

This time around, I've decided to go with a midwife practice through Texas Children's Hospital.  So far I am really impressed by them.  I like my ob who delivered both of the girls, but I really want to attempt a natural childbirth this time, so I thought using a midwife might help foster that a little better than my ob could have.  And the good thing about the midwives is I'll deliver in a hospital, so if I change my mind in the midst of pain and want the epi, I can get it!  I like having options ;).

And like I said on facebook, Sean and I covet your prayers for the birth of a healthy baby and an uneventful pregnancy.

5 comments:

Kari said...

Congratulations!! Prayers for a very UNEVENTFUL pregnancy!

The Joiners said...

Congrats again!! Can't wait to find out what it is!

The Jasters said...

We are so excited to meet the third addition to the Dollahon family!! We couldn't be more thrilled for you guys! Praying for a healthy baby and uneventful pregnancy.

shalonda said...

oh my gosh how exciting....and hey i have been dying to photography a midwife'ed natural birth hint hint...

cheryl said...

I am SO excited for you. And I say this not to scare you, but to encourage you... the third one kicked my booty. At first. I felt like there was no way I could do it and I was a complete wreck for about the first 4 months. BUT it gets better. Reed is 8 months and I have honestly forgotten the raw emotions and sleepless nights and am enjoying being a mom of 3 more than I ever thought possible. Be encouraged. His grace is sufficient.

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