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  1. Oh I didn’t have very nice experiences either time when I had mine and was definitely just as worried second time. But on the plus side, however they come out they’ll be here and you’ll be happy and these fears will seem like a lifetime ago once baby is keeping you up all night ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Nat.x

  2. Oh no I hope my over zealous worrying hasn’t rubbed off too much on you!! The Risk of rupture really is minimal, dont worry!! sending upside down vibes to your little bump!!! xx

  3. I’m watching your blog like a hawk for baby no.3! I have two at the moment but *think* I’d like a third but I’m already worrying about all the things you mention! 3 becomes a whole new ball game and a number you have to actually juggle! Such an exciting time!

    • farmerswifeandmummy

      I was holding both of their hands last week and thought-what about the third!! Ha ha too late now ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. I was really worried about labour and birth with baby 3 despite having great pregnancies and reasonable labours with both the other two. Pregnancy makes us a little bit bonkers doesn’t it! If it’s any consolation at all, my labours were shorter each time and this time around I was done within 3hrs, and would have barely smudged my mascara had I been wearing any! I woild just say try not to focus too much on it and see what happens in the 3rd trimester. Fingers crossed you’ll get your vbac x

  5. Aww I’m sure you’ll be fine whatever way baby decides to come out! I was more scared of labour the second time around as I knew exactly how much it hurts! I definitely envy first time mums as they can easily joy the whole ignorance is bliss thing. Hope your pregnancy is going well xx #maternitymondays

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