…Let’s try it again!
Thank you ALL for your reader participation yesterday. I think the consensus is that small spaces can be awesome, but organization is key. And downsizing sucks. I guess humans are like goldfish, you and your stuff grow to fit your bowl.
We have also determined that these people are either like spidey skill level stealth in their heffage, or they are celibate.
Finally, most seemed to agree that as long as you add your own spin on design it is perfectly fine to “borrow” inspiration as this homes owner/designer clearly did from his boss, Mr. Miles Redd.
I like. And I agree, the more diverse the influences you are pulling from the more likely you are to combine them in an original way. But if you only look at Domino or Miles (hmm…guilty…at times…) you are likely to cross into more plagiaristic territory.
Good discussion guys!
So today’s topic we are going more personal, so feel free to post annonymously…BUT I met with my Doctors yesterday and we scheduled GMcB’s birthday. Which is so trippy. They had originally thought I might be able to deliver on my own, but at this point the tumors have gotten big enough that they would worry about the chance that they could rupture trying to pass through the birth canal, which would be really bad for GMcB and myself.
So I am having a c-section. And I am more than a little sad about that, if you wanna get real here. I know it’s the right decision under the circumstances, but for many reasons I was really hoping to be able to have her naturally.
C’est La Vie.
What I need from you is the real talk. What do I need to know about having a c-section. I know all the medical perspective stuff, but I need your real deal lady advice.
How long am I going to feel like shit?
What is going to make me feel better?
What do I need in the hospital? What should I pack in my bag?
What am I going to want to wear?
How can I heal faster?
Have any of you successfully tried vbac? Anything you would tell me to do now to increase my chances that I might be able to?
Don’t hold out on me people. On a BIG day 1.2% of you comment. Which is fine, but today I need even you shy ladies to speak up.
Please and Thank You.