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Waves is determined to keep winning now that Acrobat has arrived.

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LucyTheValiant Sun 28-Jul-13 14:25:37

Oh Waves I'm so happy for you. Congratulations, you wonderful woman.

bunchamunchycrunchycarrots Sun 28-Jul-13 14:28:42

Fabulous birth story waves. Huge congratulations to you and your family. You really, truly are amazing. thanks

scarletforya Sun 28-Jul-13 14:29:33

ongratulations again and thank you for the lovely birth story, Ahem I seem to have something in my eye! <sniffle> flowers

WingDefence Sun 28-Jul-13 14:29:42

Congrats so much waves!! Really really happy for you thanks thanks

shiningcadence Sun 28-Jul-13 14:31:26

What a beautiful birth story. Thank you for sharing.

Again, congrats to you all flowers

MissStrawberry Sun 28-Jul-13 14:32:40

Oh my [sobs]

Forgive me as this will sound so sucky up but OMG Waves you have got to be the most amazing person I have ever "met." I am in awe of you for so many many reasons and just wish I was even a millionth of how graceful, calm, clever, thoughtful and just damn right brilliant you are I would be very proud.

You have come through a horrendous time and still had the strength to fight for the birth you wanted while allowing certain aspects to me not as you would have wanted. You rock, Waves!

I guessed 6pm ish and 8lb 3oz iirc on the other thread - do you have a weight and time now?

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Sun 28-Jul-13 14:34:42

Lovely that your doula and midwife were so fantastic and if it helped that ex turned up then I'm glad you were happy.

Caspian was worth the sickness! I hope you recover quickly and the four of you snuggle up for the time being, (bonus if new lodger is settling in and no bother!).

ponygirlcurtis Sun 28-Jul-13 14:36:23

Huge congrats to you and all your family, Waves, especially for little crown Prince Caspian. Lovely name, beautiful birth story. thanksthanksthanks

springytoto Sun 28-Jul-13 14:38:33

Cut to the chase, waves : what weight? and are you eating normally now?

Sorry to be bossy it saves time grin

What a fabulous birth story! Waves I am overjoyed it went well for you in the end and you are now enjoying the bliss of having lovely Caspian in your arms. Thank you God!

And WELL DONE YOU, of course smile flowers smile flowers

skyeskyeskye Sun 28-Jul-13 14:48:21

Congratulations thanks

SwedishHouseMat Sun 28-Jul-13 14:53:27

Congratulations on the birth of Casper! thanks

LiveItUp Sun 28-Jul-13 14:54:12

So pleased for you that it all happened as you wanted it to, and, yes, even being strong enough to ignore all our voices at keeping twunt well out the way we're so protective of you grin. You did what you wanted and had the birth you wanted, and it sounds like a really beautiful experience. Enjoy your much deserved snuggles.

Are you eating now???

newestbridearound Sun 28-Jul-13 15:14:24

Congratulations flowers I have read all your previous threads and although never posted before have been wishing you well and thinking of you. What a beautiful name as well smile

TheCrackFox Sun 28-Jul-13 15:25:11

Congratulations!x

McButtonwillow Sun 28-Jul-13 15:30:15

Congratulations waves so happy for you xx

HumphreyCobbler Sun 28-Jul-13 15:33:58

Congratulations - so, so delighted for you smile

Cuddlydragon Sun 28-Jul-13 15:37:06

Congratulations. Just thrilled for you and in total awe of your strength x

MissStrawberry Sun 28-Jul-13 15:38:43

I can't wait to hear all the lovely things you are looking forward to eating now you don't have the HG any more.

TiredFeet Sun 28-Jul-13 15:42:03

Well done Waves !! thank you for sharing your birth story, I am so happy for you, it sounds like a positive ending to your pregnancy/ beginning for Caspian, which is just what you deserved.

really hope the HG has vanished and you have been able to enjoy food?

hope your DC have enjoyed meeting each other!

wishing you a very happy future with your lovely little family flowers

Orianne Sun 28-Jul-13 15:43:44

Well done Waves and Congratulations xx

I will, as requested, cut to the chase:

Acrobat/Caspian was born on 27 July at 17.07 and weighed 7lb 3 (7 is my lucky number so he did jolly well to get all those 7s in his arrival)

He is being wonderful, has taken to breastfeeding like a pro and is amazingly chilled out.

He is in my arms at the moment, wrapped up in the love of MN in his very special blanket smile

I am nervous of eating blush but have had 2 bits of toast with strawberry jam today, and 3 cups of tea and NO SICKNESS. I am going to have a proper meal this evening, although one that is easy to cook, so asking a friend to go to the supermarket for me. I am just a bit too tired to try that. (The community midwife visited earlier and told me off as I was in the middle of vacuuming the lounge when she arrived) I'm a bit under my pre-pregnancy weight already, and apparently there is usually more to lose naturally over the next few weeks? Hopefully though my appetite will come flying back.

I am glad that I had twunt there at the birth. He was genuinely supportive in a quiet way, both at home and at the hospital. He kept saying how proud he was of me, and was amazed by the process. It was a gift to him and to my son, and I am pleased I took that decision. (No midwives to flirt with - my midwife was male) He also didn't ask to hold acrobat, I had to encourage him in fact, but he was pleased to do so. He left shortly after so I had time to be with Acrobat by myself.

I'm a bit tired!

Oh, and he was born at 39 + 4 weeks smile

elQuintoConyo Sun 28-Jul-13 16:01:05

Many congratulations and thanks for sharing the birth story thanks

muddybloodypuddles Sun 28-Jul-13 16:04:08

Congratulations waves - amazing smile - enjoy Caspian flowers

bunchamunchycrunchycarrots Sun 28-Jul-13 16:18:53

Waves I think it's pretty normal to feel that way about eating after all you have been through. I was no where near as bad as you but didn't feel right until about 3 weeks after I had my DD. I was a bit gutted as I'd been dreaming of a big fry up breakfast when I got home but when faced with it, I couldn't eat it. Just take it slow and you'll get back to normal soon enough. thanks

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