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Today is:December 22nd, 2014
Your due date:August 15th, 2014
Weeks along: 58 W, 3 D
Months along: 13.5
Days remaining: -129
% Complete: 146.3%
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How is pregnancy different from when it's shown in TV?

Sat Dec 20 4:29 PM by Zoraptera in Pregnancy & Parenting

The second someone starts feeling contractions on TV, they have to be raced to the hospital immediately! You almost never see people saying, "Okay, let's get out the timing app!" and waiting until the contractions are five minutes apart.

And so many people end up being delivered by a random dude they know. There's an episode of Fresh Prince where Will delivers a baby. In Star Trek:TNG, Worf delivers Keiko O'Brien's baby. And on and on...


Visitors soon after birth

Sat Dec 13 6:21 PM by monk in Pregnancy & Parenting

My sister and her husband were glad for mine and our mothers help for limited periods when she just wanted to sleep but we both understood "the look" that said we should go away without her having to actually throw us out. If you don't have that relationship with "S" and can't establish it before the babies born don't guest her at your house.

But it is a really kind offer. Maybe she doesn't know you already have a support system? let her know.


Confessions of an Evil Stepmother

Thu Dec 11 1:15 PM by Nachos in Pregnancy & Parenting

I have no help, but I can offer hugs. *hugs*


Finding out baby's sex before birth

Wed Dec 3 3:54 AM by aka_laura in Pregnancy & Parenting

We found out, it was a fun detail to learn about our baby, it inspired the Wonder Woman nursery theme. My friends and family didn't go too nuts on the pink. There were a number of weird conversations with people who assumed I would oppose pink. I think pink is a lovely color for a baby to wear, alongside all the others, but people associated feminism with some kind of anti-pink venom that I just don't feel. I guess I feel like eventually, my family and friends are going to know the kid's sex. Our culture will ascribe gender roles to her far before she's conscious of them herself, so she'll have to be taught from a very young age that such things are bullshit. Wether she starts being gendered at 3 months or 3 days doesn't stand to change things significantly, in my view, we still have a long road on that one.


Pregnancy Books

Sun Nov 30 2:38 PM by Metcodon1 in Pregnancy & Parenting

For a good pre-conception book with a lot of science in it, I really enjoyed "The Impatient Woman's Guide to Getting Pregnant". All the science is cited and it's an easy read.

I really liked the book "Origins: How the Nine Months Before Birth Shape the Rest of Our Lives". It contained a lot of information a lot of other books didn't and was fun to read.

For a good reference book, I love the 411 series (Expecting 411, Baby 411, Toddler 411). It has really helpful information in an easy to look up format.

I also have enjoyed reading some essays about motherhood including "Waiting for Birdy" about a woman's second pregnancy while raising a toddler, "The Good Mother Myth: Redefining Motherhood to Fit Reality" which is a collection of essays about motherhood, and "Bringing Up Bebe" for a travelogue while parenting.


Keeping calm in new pregnancy after a loss

Sun Dec 14 4:25 AM by ladyhawk in Pregnancy & Parenting

I haven't had to go through anything that is this (I imagine) traumatic. However, I have been pregnant five times, and I do only have two children. During my two successful pregnancies (I miscarried very early in the other three) I pretty much had to just stop reading anything at all, because, for me personally, it wasn't reassuring. It just made it worse. No news, baby books, articles, no online communities, nothing. Just made me more paranoid.

After the 3rd miscarriage, I went to grief counseling, and I continued therapy through my pregnancy with my second child, which seemed to help a lot.

I will tell you, if it gives you any peace of mind whatsoever, that I was told after my second miscarriage, when I was only 20 years old, that I would need a hysterectomy and probably never have children. Five years later, I have all my reproductive organs and have two healthy children.

I know what works for me won't for everyone, but you could maybe try some of these things?


First trimester nausea and keeping it together at work

Sat Dec 13 3:00 PM by aka_laura in Pregnancy & Parenting

Ladies, I am so sorry you're feeling so awful. Do talk to your doctors about this, and expect them to take is seriously. I delayed getting help for way too long because I thought I was just having normal morning sickness and it was NOT normal morning sickness. Once you've tried the usual round of crackers, ginger everything, sea bands, teas, etc. there are prescriptions that can help you stay healthy so you can nurture your growing baby. I had to take enough Zofran and Phenergan to put a horse to sleep and had a healthy, happy baby born to a healthy, happy momma. If things really persist check out http://beyondmorningsickness.com for more options.


The madness of modern parenting

Sat Dec 6 2:27 PM by spacefem in Pregnancy & Parenting

kaybee that is a great write-up, thank you for sharing! do you mind if I split this off to its own topic? because it's worth it!

I especially admired the conclusion:

There is no broad responsibility to create a healthy environment for children (because mothers who were concerned would live in some other environment), and no social imperative to look after children who were born in ill-health or some other misfortune (because mothers who behaved responsibly would have prevented this outcome).


Food restrictions in pregnancy

Wed Dec 3 3:44 AM by aka_laura in Pregnancy & Parenting

Pretty much the only helpful comment I got from a member of the general public while I was pregnant was this super sweet woman at a lecture. We were chatting, I told her I was expecting my first baby, and a few minutes later I mentioned my friends and I had just gone out to a local sushi place. She got this big smile and said "I didn't have sushi until my third kid, GOOD FOR YOU! You'll be a great mom!"

Bless that wonderful woman.


favorite movie about anyone having a baby

Sat Nov 29 4:31 AM by Sonic# in Pregnancy & Parenting

When I was little I was wild about Look Who's Talking. I think the novelty of a narrating baby wore off sometime after I saw Milo and Otis.


pregnancy and anxiety

Sat Dec 13 6:54 PM by Wilde83 in Pregnancy & Parenting

This is my second pregnancy, with unfortunately no children. This statistics page has given me comfort both times even though no one could have predicted the oddball birth defect that ended my last pregnancy in the second trimester. I suppose I was just one of the unlucky 1% last time, and am so hopeful this time. Thank you for posting it!


fired pregnant worker takes it to the supreme court

Thu Dec 11 7:03 PM by jen4knits in Pregnancy & Parenting

The place I work at did the same thing to a temporary type employee when she was pregnant. She had let them know when she was hired that she was pregnant and would be needing a c-secition. But then when the time came she hadn't been at the job for a full year so they said she didn't qualify for FMLA (family medical leave something) and emailed her... (email yes) to say her options were: 1) resign and reapply or 2) call off and get fired after missing work for 4 days.

Needless to say it worries me about my options even though I'm in a different department, with different job type. It will be interesting to see what the ruling is for this and how it affects current policy.


pin it: pocket guide to fish

Sat Dec 6 10:27 AM by spacefem in Pregnancy & Parenting

I have a whole big pregnancy board on pinterest that's kinda fun. There's an infographic version of my due date statistics that a lot of folks have appreciated. So today I added this pocket guide to fish recommendations:

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/135671007500096368/

Totally grabbed from other sources (http://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodborneIllnes ... 393070.htm & http://www.nrdc.org/oceans/seafoodguide/page4.asp) but it mimics a little card that I literally printed out and folded up in my wallet while I was pregnant.


Babyproofing the House

Mon Dec 1 4:16 AM by MFS in Pregnancy & Parenting

We locked down the universe with the first, still pretty tight with the 2nd, but by the time we had #3 and 4, things got a lot looser. We also had so much more stuff that certain areas that were "dangerous" were now totally inaccessible and irrelevant (yay piles of blankies?)


going public with the new pregnancy & parenting forum

Fri Nov 28 7:03 PM by rowan in Pregnancy & Parenting

OMG AKA_LAURA CONGRATULATIONS!