Showing posts from November, 2018
"What would you do if you were in pain all day?"
                        "What if no one understood, or wanted to even listen?"
                                         " How would you feel if no one believed your pain exists?"

I went against the doctors advise and went back to work a little shy of a year after having my daughter.  I didn't know what else to do with myself at this time.  I knew in my heart that working was not an option for me, but  I also felt that if I did work, things would get better and go back to normal.  The Urologist had become my best friend and so was a Chiropractor. I swear I must have been in both their offices at least one a week. 
What can I say, seeing them became a part of my daily routine. Truthfully, it was more of a job than my job was a job. I spent more time in the doctors office than at my desk.  I clocked out from work more times than I could clock in.  I didn't have the best job in the world and I know it was…
Everybody, goes through changes. We all go through some kind of change, may it be once a week, a month or even a year.  Having children is a really big change. Not just for the new mother to be, but for the daddy and each member of the family welcoming a new baby into their world.

For me I experienced a great and, many new changes in my life. A few of them I was happy with and others not so much. I knew that having another baby was going to be a change and also an adjustment for all three of us. I made preparations for the new baby, and I was overly excited at the fact that I was having a girl, and I wanted my son to be just as comfortable.

I remember the last prenatal visit with my doctor. Here we discussed having another C-Section, which according to him was the only option that I had since I've already had one. The difference in this matter is that I wanted to have a normal delivery. There was no room in my plans to have another , it just didn't fit in. So I pleaded with t…