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Last year, at 37 1/2 weeks pregnant, I had what would be my second-to-last prenatal appointment. I didn’t know it then, but I would later revisit this day and the subsequent decision I made with much regret.
And now, for the rest of the story . . . . Parting shot I plan to eventually post the entire birth story here (or at least an abridged version, as it was quite the saga), but for now, you’ll … Continue reading
Or not. Sorry, I couldn’t resist that title, but if you really want to know how to make a placenta smoothie, you’ll have to look elsewhere. I opted for the much more palatable encapsulation. The Placenta — To Eat or … Continue reading
Two weeks ago today I underwent major surgery . . . for a tummy tuck and a boob job. Okay, not exactly, but it kind of looks like it 😉 Here’s what really happened.
May go awry . . . . . . but they can still have happy endings 🙂