9:00pm Ry and I headed to bed early. I was zonked.
9-11pm Heartburn over took me (even after zantac) and I spent most of the night trying not to throw up. No rest was had.
11pm Scarlet woke up crying for Daddy. She came down with cold and was having trouble staying asleep through her stuffy nose.
11-3am Scarlet is up and down about once an hour. Every time she wakes up I use the restroom. In between Scarlet's cries I woke on and off with round ligament pain and my arms falling asleep.
3am-4am S came into our bed for the remainder of the night. I woke every time I have to turn or adjust my position.
4am I roll over and 30 seconds later feel a small gush.
4:05am I googled "How to tell if your water broke." After reading a bit I called the on call nurse who suggests I come in to get checked. While I wasn't convinced it was my water, I know that it's better to be safe than sorry.
5am My mother in law arrives and Ryan and I headed into L&D. The clips you see in the video are from the triage/check in area at the birthing center. The actual delivery room are much more luxurious to labor in. They monitored the baby and my pulse a while due to my heart issues. My nurse at L&D is one of the parents at the preschool I used to work for. She updated me on how her little boy is doing and then assisted the doctor with my nether bits. Verdict is that my cervix is soft but aside from that there aren't any other labor signs. The amniotic sack was still intact. The doctor said that the baby can move and release the mechanism that triggers your bladder without the mom feeling any desire to go to the bathroom. Apparently I have joined the masses of pregnant moms who have wee'd themselves. I'd like a badge or something please.
8am We made it back home. I was really moving slowly and feeling a lot of cramping from the speculum.
10:30am till now - I'm a walking, pregnant zombie and mother of a 2 year old giggling, snot machine. That's the news!
All in all I'm very happy that today wasn't The Day. I have plenty to get done beforehand and now I get a second chance. Oh and if I had gone into labor then I wouldn't have gotten this shot.