Sunday, June 19, 2005

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13 Comments:

At 10:52 pm, Blogger khadijah said...

it's been a hot day.
it might feel better tomorrow insha'Allah.
you might be feeding your baby tomorrow, aaaah.....

 
At 2:33 am, Blogger Maryam said...

I take it you'd like someone to leave your body???

Curries, sex, and raspberry tea!

 
At 12:05 pm, Anonymous Zainab said...

... Dua of course! That should be our first corse of action but we always turn to the means first. And if you can, read surah Yaseen with intention of getting your labour started (and your baby out!). Oh and don't forget Salaah... try Salaatul Hajaat, 2 rakaats nafil and away you go. Allah tells us to seek his help through patience and SALAAH! making dua for you...

 
At 12:21 pm, Blogger merry said...

Came firmly to the conclusioin in the end that fear of the birth delayed Josie - once i knew the next day was inevitable i found some sort of release or peace that made it possible for it to start.

I know it sounds mental, but talk to that bump - or trust that it knows it needs a few more days in there for some reason.

But yee gads i know how it feels.

 
At 6:48 pm, Blogger Qalballah said...

I am not fearful and I SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO want this baby out. I know it will come when Allah wills etc etc but I want Allah to will it NOW. I've had enough. I want it out. I certainly do NOT want to be induced and spend the next how many days in PMU - no way!! Please please please please make du'a for me that it comes NOW. I mean NOW NOW NOW.

*Bursts into tears*

*No really*

Anyway *sniff* at least I can walk now - midwife somehow must have pressed something which meant something was moved off a nerve - so I am walking for all I'm worth. You may see me in John Lewis tomorrow if there is no major event tonight.

Du'a du'a du'a. Stair walking - strenuous exercise - tea - pineapple - sink plungers... running out of ideas here, folks - we are all sad due to a hormonal mummy. We are all fed up of putting life on hold ... make your strongest du'a PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

 
At 8:31 pm, Blogger merry said...

Oh dear. That leaves sex then. Still not sure Max has recovered from "you have to have sex with me, you are the only safe dose of those hormones available to me" as a chat up line.

Huge hugs. 14 days overdue was just dreadful. :(

 
At 1:34 pm, Blogger Qalballah said...

Still here *wane wave*

 
At 6:34 pm, Blogger merry said...

Hoping it all happened today - lots of love,
Merry
xxx

 
At 7:02 pm, Blogger Qalballah said...

It didn't :\ And not a twinge on the horizon either....

 
At 8:06 pm, Anonymous hannah said...

Have you had the lovely experience of a 'sweep' then?

 
At 10:46 pm, Blogger Qalballah said...

Had that Sunday a.m...... :*-(

 
At 11:50 pm, Blogger khadijah said...

oh.
really been thinking of you, was *sure* something going on.
WHY DON'T YOU ANSWER YOUR PHONE!?!
everyone is in worry panic mode.
actually, it's a good ploy, because then we make even more dua!!!

tonight then in sha Allah...

 
At 10:11 am, Blogger merry said...

Oh WAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Right - am completely even more sympathetic now. The ticker runs out at 42 weeks and starts congratulating you regardless :(

HUGS

 

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