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2022.01.26 06:14 BigBrainiack The watermark messes my head

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2022.01.26 06:14 byzero35 Ozark 4. Sezon İncelemesi

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2022.01.26 06:14 newsdk Antallet af offentlig ansatte fortsætter med at vokse

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2022.01.26 06:14 parlejibiscoot [The Hindu] India eyes error-free show against Korea

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2022.01.26 06:14 geovurst Day 84 since P6 Bose headphones claim approved

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2022.01.26 06:14 IvyWren 42 +5 weeks and one homebirth later...

THE LEAD UP Born 21/1/22 at home after a gestation of 42+5 weeks! Possible TW of my strong emotions around long gestation/ facing induction and mild resuscitation. B was due 2/1/22 and my husband was due to start a new job 10/1/22 (first "deadline"). We planned a homebirth through the community midwife program (free / covered by health care system). Our first was born at 42 weeks so we knew it may be another "late" one, but hoped he'd come early instead - how wrong we were. CMP cut off rule for homebirth is you must be in labour by 41+6 (second "deadline"). After that they support you in hospital. At 41 weeks we did scans and all on track. 3.5 hours in hospital wasn't the oxytocin boost I wanted so we declined further visits and signed saying we were aware their policy is induction at 41+3 (also declined). Baby had strong and frequent movements so I had no doubts that he was safe and healthy. Leading up to 42 weeks we were getting more and more anxious (husband extended work start date). Trying a lot to naturally bring on labour. At 41+5 we were losing hope of homebirth. I had massive anxiety dream about bunk beds lined up in the maternity ward hallway for the women to give birth. The Community midwife suggested option of hiring a private midwife as they don't have same restrictions. Half a day of phone calls later we found someone who would take us on if I didn't go into labour in time. Which I didn't. Discharge from CMP to private midwife. 42 + weeks!! All the stops came out - sandy hill walks, short jog (like 5m), Clary sage, stretch & sweep, sex and then finally castor oil (which EVERYONE SAYS WORKS!! Liars...) The castor oil gave me a few false starts that lead to us getting over excited but in the end the only thing that came of it was two days of toilet visits. At 42+4 we had a serious talk with midwife about induction and she explained the different methods I cried quietly listening. Later my husband suggested it was time and I absolutely broke down. Full wailing sobs. I was terrified, I felt like my body had failed me, I felt like I'd failed my baby, it was somehow my fault , etc. I imagined things going wrong, hospital staff being too clinical, even the car ride home terrified me. We decided to give it another day. I'd had a few more contractions on and off. The midwife offered to break my waters and we agreed. She was able to stretch the cervix and get access to waters despite baby not being engaged. The gush was impressive and gave us hope that this would get things started. I'd been reluctant but facing hospital induction this option won. 42+5 came and labour hadn't set it. We made the call and booked induction for 6pm that night. After a few more tears and a joke about how the birth of your baby is one of happiest times of your life I packed my hospital bag. ACTUAL LABOUR AND BIRTH- Literally as soon as the bag was packed I felt the strongest contraction I'd had yet. We let a little hope creep in, but not too much and didn't call midwife. Within an hour they were longer and stronger so we excitedly called her. She came about an hour later and things had kicked off nicely. I was having long, strong and beautifully painful contractions. At that stage the pain was a welcome gift and I felt so happy with each surge! Birth pool was filled, fairy lights and posters put back on wall and music was playing. My previous labour was 24 hours and once stronger contractions started I stayed in same position for most. This time I moved around a lot more, tried different places and positions, focused on my breath and holding a certain tone throughout. The best position I found was holding onto a chair which had been placed there for midwife or someone to sit. Once pool was filled I got in and experimented with various positions. My contractions were more intense and much closer together than previous birth so I knew things were going fast. Midwife encouraged me to lower the tone of my vocal sounds while "breathing him out" and this seemed to help. My best friend arrived to help support and later to get our son from daycare. I was able to chat a little in-between contractions then needed to crush my husbands hands during. I ended up throwing up a few times which was absolutely horrible feeling. Throwing up while contracting I felt so out of control. Midwife gave me an injection to stop it. Daycare pick up time - I had originally envisaged my son being there at the birth, patting my head with a wet flannel and all that beautiful homebirth stuff I'd seen but reality was I couldn't do it with him there. My friend took him for fish and chips instead. By this stage I felt so weak and exhausted. It felt like I'd been labouring all day and I could barely handle the pain any more. The surges were so frequent I wasn't getting a rest in between. Midwife decided to check cervix and I was only 5cm. I felt defeated. Tbh I wish she hadn't told me that! We discussed moving to hospital. I'd already said (during induction discussion) I'd only want gas and she said it would be just as much work sucking in the gas and they couldn't do anything besides let me labour there. I didn't think I could go on, I wanted to ask for a c section, anything to stop the pain and to let me rest. Reflecting back now I remember my Midwife from first birth saying, "you will reach a point where you want to give up and don't think you can do it. That's usually when your baby is about to come. " At the time however all I knew was that I didn't think I could do it. We agreed to another couple of hours. On the bed after exam my contractions had eased so I took some time to rest, unfortunately my bladder had other ideas. We tried toilet with no success so I got back in birthpool as I knew I could release in there. That kicked my contractions back up...and I felt THE PRESSURE!!! You know the one? Like you have to poo. I knew what that meant and gave a push during next contraction. Apparently my midwife said, "the cervix is gone" which my husband freaked out about thinking she meant it had somehow been broken or something! A couple more contractions and I was able to feel his head in birth canal. A few more and he was crowning. I think I was so determined to be done that I was pushing and rushing. Midwife encouraged me to slow down and breath him out rather than push. I was sort of squatting at this time so I could feel his head and knew he was close, I kept my hands there as his head made its way out. My husband was about to get in pool when I said that I wanted to catch him so he waited outside pool and watched as I did one final push and B was in my hands. The midwife told me to go slow, checked the cord and unwrapped from his body then told me we could bring him up. At this point my husband got into the primordial soup with me and we held our baby for the first time. Unfortunately he was a little blue and wasn't getting that nice cry / big breath you want to see. The midwife gave him a little rub and you could see him trying but his eyes looked unfocused and cry didn't come. I was a mix of thinking everything HAS to be okay after this whole journey to omfg I left him too long I'm going to lose him. I was reassured by midwife's calm demeanour as she gave him another rub then took him to have a couple of puffs of oxygen. After that he took a nice breath and let out a decent cry. She handed him back and my husband and I sighed with relief. It was apparently a very mild incident and once again although it felt like eternity to us, it was in fact only a few moments. It also had nothing to do with gestation, possibly more related to a bit of shock from the swift exit.
After everything settled down we called my friend and told her to bring our son home - he walked over so gently and saw "baby!!" He had the biggest smile on his face as he gently touched his little brother's tiny hands and feet. It was such a beautiful, heart warming moment after such an intense few weeks. In the end labour was only 4.5 hours with active labour of 15 mins - no where near the eternity it felt for me. I would be lying if I said, "I wouldn't have it any other way" because the build up was so emotionally draining, but in the end we got the homebirth we wanted and in early stage between contractions I was aware enough to look around and enjoy the atmosphere, the music, chat with my friend and feel grateful that I would meet my baby soon. I feel so proud of myself (and all mummy's no matter where your baby's birth took you) and in complete awe of what we are capable of. Now to learn how to juggle a newborn and a toddler mostly on my own as husband had to start his new job yesterday. Thank god for daycare and friends!! Wish me luck!
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2022.01.26 06:14 MVQW I will giveaway coins to the person who has the longest conversation with themselves

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2022.01.26 06:14 footyticketcollector Red Bulls tickets for my MLS ticket collection

Red Bulls tickets for my MLS ticket collection Hi to all rbny supporters,
as a ticket collector living in Germany, I'm always looking for MLS tickets (all seasons, all teams) for my collection. Unfortunately they are hard to find in europe.
If you still have old tickets in a poor shoe box under your bed or in a drawer and want to give them a "second life" in a collection, please DM me! 🙏🏼😃 I would offer to cover the shipping costs, of course.
https://preview.redd.it/9mri2fbg10e81.jpg?width=4393&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e13f351762e2d7a32221f58b1a248bb5471a6ff1
https://preview.redd.it/lokavdbg10e81.jpg?width=2591&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=56f67faaf89e37311da950865d08b67adb251d83
I think the Red Bulls -like the whole league- is completely digital now, but maybe there are some older tickets flying around? Would be sad if they will end in a paper bin one day.
Regards from Germany & looking forward to the RBNY 2022 season!! 😉
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2022.01.26 06:14 oBSIE2 Playing La Liga games in Spain is xenophobic agains Yanks

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