Nope I'm looking forward to it too. It's my mini-vacation from my other kids. I just have to deal with a newborn baby which is easier than dealing with the other 4, while nurses bring me the food that I will eat that I don't have to prepare. I so understand.
I think you're both crazy! I strongly dislike the hospital. Especially the food! I actually don't eat it, I had my ex bring me subway etc with my last. I shudder thinking of it...
I don't know how the food will be at the hospital I'm giving birth at, but if I ask my husband or my mother they'll bring me good food.
I'll miss my girls like crazy!!
Oh yes! To the point where I want to do the tour again (I did one 3 years ago when my daughter was born) just to look at their current menu :smileyvery-happy:
And this time I'll ask my hubby to please not stay over- he did the first night when my DD was born and he snored so bad I almost moved to the hospital hallway :smileyfrustrated: And this time I know I could really use some alone time - once I go back home I won't be able to enjoy me-time or me-and-new-baby time anymore.
I hope I have the baby at night, so I get to stay at the hospital an extra night hehe
While I don't think you're crazy, the hospital stay is never fun for me. I don't like the prodding and poking and checking my pad every time I turn around. I don't find it remotely restful.
I push to get out of the hospital NLT 24 hours after I deliver, sooner if possible. I have everything I need at home, and it's more peaceful for me to be around my own belongings. I've got lots of help with our 3 older children, so I'm not staying any longer than I absolutely have to. :)
OMG I almost forgot haha 'HAVE YOU POOPED?' :smileylol: I always felt like asking back 'No, have you?'
But now when I think about it - when I had my daughter we had bought a house and weren't quite moved in yet. After I came back from the hospital I still didn't have a kitchen (instead I had a team of contractors outside of my bedroom door, where I was with my baby, building the kitchen cabinets. And one of them told me how chubby I've gotten