Tempting Fate.

August 19, 2009 at 19:36 1 comment

I’ve been taking full advantage of the perinatal programs offered at the local YMCA. Said programs are awesome! The prenatal class was mostly fun, very informative, and cleared up many of my nerves about giving birth. The prenatal aqua-fit is similarly geared towards labour preparation, I highly recommend it to anyone who can keep a straight face while a 75 year old woman is screaming at you to squeeze your vagina really tight.

These classes are also really good for meeting other pregnant woman, you know, for camaraderie and what not, but also scoping out those due the same week as you, aka the ones you’ll be fighting for the private rooms in the mother-baby unit.

Last Thursday at said aqua-fit class, one of the women also due the last week of September, and myself were chatting in the pool before class.

Me: Can you believe my partner wants me to pack a hospital bag already? We have like 5 weeks left.

Her: Oh I know what you mean, my husband hasn’t stopped hassling me, it’s not like I am going to go into labour tomorrow, we have loads of time.

Well, she didn’t go into labour tomorrow. . . She went into labour later that night. She and the baby are both fine, she had a boy, 6 pounds 4 ounces. . . But really, if I didn’t know any better I’d think Das Piper had planned this whole thing to make me pack that hospital bag.

It’s worked, to not pack that bag now would just be tempting fate.

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  • 1. Schmutzie  |  August 20, 2009 at 02:13

    This has me excited!

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