I have not had to post much this pregnancy, but I am happy to announce that Logan Cain Boots R (we did two middle names with both our children since my husband and myself both have two middle names as well) was born via c-section on January 15th. Everything went really well, but as this was a repeat I was much more nervous than I was with my first c-section. With my first I only knew the day before it happened that I was going to have a c-section. This time I knew the date about a month in advance, which was a bit nerve wracking! But the surgery went off without a hitch and it is wonderful to have my baby boy here. My daughter loves him too. She just turned 3 on the 26th so they are about 3 year apart exactly!
I have one question though, well maybe not question but asking for advice. When my doctor was opening me up, she asked me if this was only my second c-section. I replied that it was and then she asked if I was in labor at all. I told her that I was having some mild cramps but nothing major. She then tells the others around her that it looked like my uterus was in labor for a while now and that my uterus lining was "very very very thin." She informed me that she was going to reinforce the stitches. After the baby was out and she started the close, the doctor told me that we should think very hard about ever wanting to have more children. Or if I ever moved to a new doctor, ensure that I tell them how thin she said the lining was.
Has anyone been told they had thin lining before? I know someone that had it and they ended up having their uterus rupture and they almost died. My husband is now very against having anymore children even though we wanted one more someday. I am just looking for some stories from anyone who has been in this situation before.