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  1. Glad you are home now. My blood pressure shot up between seeing midwife at 39 weeks and labour starting at 40+2 it was high before baby was born and that’s why they wouldn’t let me home that night she was born. It took 2 weeks to go down again strangly.

  2. Sorry to hear you have had such a scare and a distressing time. I hope you are able to get some rest (as much as you can with a farm and 2 children!!!) I had a similar scare when I went for my 36 week check with Little one but they didn’t let me home and she was born the next day! Hang in there, sending hugs x

  3. Oh my goodness! You poor thing – so sorry you’ve had all of that to deal with. I realise it’s easier said than done with children but try and rest when you can this weekend lovely xxx

  4. Oh dear what a day for you! I’m so sorry you’ve had to go through all that and I do hope that’s the end of it now and the rest of your pregnancy goes smoothly.
    Nat.x

  5. Oh Blimey Emma! You poor thing, you must have been so worried. So glad everythimg worked out well in the end, and I hope you’re trying to take it easy now for the next couple of weeks. Xx

  6. Gosh that sounds really stressful situation. How was your blood pressure over the weekend? Better I hope. It must be so hard when you’ve got other children at home, this is what I worry about now I’m 37 pregnant with my second child, my little one, Hayden is only 14 months and wouldn’t have a clue about where I’d gone. I hope the growth scan and antenatal appointment go ok this week.

  7. I hope everything is better this week and you can try to enjoy your final weeks as a family of 4! I’m sorry to hear about your visit to the hospital and your upsetting news – not connected to baby .

    All the best

  8. Ohh this sounds horrible, I bet you are desperate for baby to arrive now! Glad you managed to avoid any over night stay in the hospital, hope all is well at your next appointment xx #maternitymondays

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