Monday, May 11, 2009

A Journey Worth Taking....


Mother's Day 2008

It never fails. Gather a group of women together, and eventually, the talk turns to birth stories. Epidurals, hours pushing, how many stitches, home birth or hospital, adoption processes and when you finally started sleeping through the night; no topic is taboo.

Men don't understand it...

6 comments:

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Yes. This does tend to happen!!

Steph

Becky said...

So true. I love to hear birth stories and also share my own. Over and over. It's definitely a rite of passage.

tracy said...

you're so right :)

tracy

sheila said...

The full link was a really nice post, very nice. Thanks for helping to job my memory on the smells and eye gazing....sometimes I forget about all those 'firsts'. It's nice to recall them.

Kristi said...

You've hit the nail right on the head. Men just don't get it, and women can talk about it for hours.
Hope you had a FABULOUS Mother's Day.

Pattyandthemoos said...

That is so funny but true. I am probably the worst about doing this. I have had a few interesting births. My son came on 4th of July very unexpectedly and I find myself wanting to tell everyone about it.

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