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Does it bother you to have in-laws and family in the waiting room?

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Does it bother you to have in-laws and family in the waiting room?

Postby emilek17 » Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:16 pm

So I belong to this other bored. I will be deleting it because they are the most unreasonable group of women and I just can't relate. Well I just got chewed out (again) bc I commented about how I don't think in-laws are terrible to want to be in the waiting room instead of home...or have to wait days or weeks to see there new grand baby.
How many of you will not be allowing family especially the dads family around when the baby is born. I mean after you have had your time to see him/her with DH and other siblings.
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Postby darrick34 » Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:18 pm

I don't like family or friends to be in the waiting room because I want time to recover before people start taking lots of pictures and passing around the baby. I don't care if they come to the hospital the next day, but I've had to have all c-sections and I know when I come out of surgery I vomit a lot and feel pretty horrible so I'd just rather not have the extra stress of visitors.
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Postby melville » Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:29 pm

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Postby regenweald » Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:37 pm

i am a mother of 7 and every time i had whoever wanted to be in there to watch the baby be born. my dad was in there for one. my brother was there for all of them. my step dad was in there for this last one. and my mother in law was in there with every one of my kids. i dont think its bad to share the miracle of a baby being born. and you shouldnt either...
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Postby maddox » Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:40 pm

I wouldn't mind them in the waiting room, but while I'm giving birth - NO way! Everyone has their own feelings and if that's how you feel, people should mind their own business. It's your birth experience and if something bothers you, don't let it happen, period.
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Postby emek » Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:51 pm

With my first pregnancy, I didn't have anyone in the waiting room - I was being induced and ended up having a c-section after 9 hours. I told my family that they could come after the baby was born - I didn't feel there was any use in them waiting for hours on end. They came the day after she was born. My in-laws live out of town, so it is not as easy as them to be there. They came to visit us at home. I would prefer not to really have visitors in the hospital. You look awful, feel awful and are just ready to get home in any case. I enjoyed spending a few days just my little family before the hustle of family came rolling through.
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