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35 Weeks Pregnant After Stillbirth With Baby Rosalind

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35 Weeks Pregnant After Stillbirth With Baby Rosalind



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  1. Oh my goodness!! I’m going to be youtube stalking you everyday now! I hope so bad you make it to 37 weeks! Eeeexxxxccccciiiiitinggggggg!!!!!

  2. I’m not sure what drew me to start watching your videos, but something did, and you’re the ONLY person on YouTube that I’ve checked weekly for updates on videos ever! You’re adorable and I’m so excited and happy for you! I’m only 16 so I can’t exactly relate to your videos, but for whatever reason I love them and I can’t wait for baby Rosalind to be born! By the way your hair is GORGEOUS here.

  3. im so happy u get to meet her very soon but hope u make it till next week or longer for birth center . i love ur vlogs so much xxxx

  4. Heidi – Thank you for your videos I am the first time gramma of a stillborn baby. Ezra was born on December 8, 2012 at 36 weeks. He was 5lbs 12oz. We were all just devastated. I hope and pray for you every day and think you are so very brave for posting and for taking the chance to give Adelaide a baby sister. Keep on getting those NSTs and keep counting those kicks and movements. All my love and sincere best wishes to you and your husband.

  5. I was also diagnosed with an irritable uterus when I was pregnant with my daughter as well (I didn’t even know that such a thing even existed at the time). It became so severe in fact that I had to be put on bed rest at 32 weeks. I ended up goingο»Ώ into L&D 4 times before I actually delivered. Each time I would go in they would just tell me to grin and bear the contractions and send me home. I made it to 37 weeks before finally delivering my daughter. Look forward to your videos every week πŸ™‚

  6. Praying for you and Rosalind to have a healthy delivery when that time comes in a few weeks…it is so exciting to view all your videos of step by step progress..thanks so much for sharing your experience with us!! Cant Wait to meet that beautiful baby girl!! best of luck!! πŸ™‚

  7. yay! she’s gonna be here so soon! i can’t believe you were 80 percent! wow! hang in there on bed rest! she’ll be here before ya know it! if i were you, i’d pick a show on netflix and just dive right in! lol good luck!

  8. Trust me, after having two 35 weekers it is NOT just the lungs still developing. The hips are still forming and not done until 39 weeks, the heart is still growing and any minor openings sealing, and the intestines are still readying for real food, and the brain almost doubles in size between 35 and 40 weeks. My twins spent 2 weeks in the NICU, my son’s lungs were under developed and he kept forgetting to breathe. His hips did not fit in their sockets (dysplasia), my daughter (cont.)

  9. couldn’t eat for 3 days until her intestines could tolerate it, and when they tried her belly swelled up so hard that had to stick tubes down her stomach to release the air. She was born with a hole in her heart that thankfully sealed right before she turned 1. So even though it sucks, remember 1 day in the womb is worth 3 in the NICU. Many prayers your way!

  10. Its everywhere the same in germany the nurses and midwifes dont take it serious when i call them. Iam in week 30- 31 and my contractions realy hurt, but they are like thats normal. I went to the hospital many times and their opinion is still the same, i shouldent come. It realy sucks……

  11. It would be so adorable if Ken held up the shower gifts and you narrate, that way you don’t have to crawl around…you could do the whole thing from bed!!! LOL

  12. You have me addicted. I began watching your videos almost two months ago, and all I can say is that I am so happy that things are going better for you! Cant wait to meet your little bundle of joy!

  13. 35 weeks is hit or miss…some do great and some need help with breathing due to lung immaturity. Feeding is a challenge because they tire easily and often have trouble latching and coordinating their suck. For “late-preterm” breastfeeding moms it is recommended to nurse at least every 3 hours and then pump each time and supplement the additional colostrum. This helps baby not lose too much weight and also helps mom’s milk come in. If she ends up coming early I can give you more info! πŸ™‚

  14. But whether she comes at 35 weeks or 41 weeks, keeping her skin to skin with you is one of the best things you can do for both of you! It helps regulate her temp, helps her breathe, helps regulate her blood sugar and encourges her to eat as often as she wants, helps your milk come in faster and regulates your hormones. Skin-to-skin is amazing, and great for bonding too! Praying she will come at the perfect time! πŸ™‚

  15. Try laying in the bathtub in warm/barely hot water during contractions, it always helped me relax and get through my contractions and slow and eventually stop them. I was starting to go into labor at 34 weeks too and managed to stop the contractions with shots and fluids like you. I ended having my Daughter 4 days after her due date after 40 hrs of labor. That pain in the vaginal area is her engaged in the pelvis and the nerves are all getting pinched.

  16. Oops posted by accident praying the whole way! I remember when my son was born after my daughter had been stillborn the year before. It was the best and one of the most emotional days ever! Good luck πŸ™‚

  17. You’re looking wonderful, Heidi, and I hope–aside from the contractions–that you’re feeling grea! Love your hair! I’ll be hoping Rosalind calms down a bit, so she can arrive more on time than early, but I’m faithful all will be perfectly well, whenever she gets here! I’m SO excited for you, and Ken, too! I forget what Rosalind’s miDDLe name is…? I know Adelaide’s is “Felicity”, one of my TOP faves! πŸ˜‰ HUGS!

  18. So excited about meeting her! But really hope she stays put a little longer. My hubby was born at 32 weeks and is fine with no health problems x

  19. I always think the maternity leave in the us is far too short. Here its paid 26 weeks and then an optional additional unpaid 16 weeks.

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