ajbiped wrote:Agree with ATTMFKH - Defo not worth the risk IMO. Wife and I lost one ten years ago (not through surfing) and it isn't an easy ride at all, still gets to me at times. Just get loads of surfing in afterwards.
Squelchy wrote:i don't like the way some people start putting a guilt trip on women to not surf
because if anything happened they'd never forgive themselves.
if surfing when you're pregnant makes you happy and relaxed then do it.
but if the idea of surfing when you're pregnant makes you stressed, then don't ...
here's a thought- maybe all the aggressive people deliberately dropping in on people and bailing
should think about what if the person they crash into is pregnant.
those are the people who we should make feel guilty
PieMistress wrote:Thanks everybody for the replies. At the back of my mind I knew I wouldn't be surfing for the rest of this year but it's always good to get feedback from others, especially those that have been in a similar situation. I would never forgive myself if I (or somebody else) caused me to do something that directly (or otherwise) caused me to lose the babba.
Plus, the water quality at my local beach is pretty minging and I usually swallow a fair bit. Wouldn't want my babba to be drinking that - bleuergh, grosses me out just thinking about it!
Thanks All xx
gillasey wrote:When in your pregnancy did you start interviewing and deciding which day care to use? I am around 6 weeks pregnant and my sister told me I should start looking at daycares and trying to get on waiting lists. When did you start doing this during your pregnancy if you decided to use child care? I live in Raleigh, NC, does anyone have an idea about the average cost per month of child care? Any advice would be appreciated.
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