I think I'm most looking forward to seeing what my LO looks like and holding that small little person.
I'm least looking forward to the no sleep thing. I lucked out the first time with a laid back LO that started sleeping almost through the night at about the 3rd week. So, this time I know I'm really in for trouble.
I have pretty much the same answer as Anita. I look forward to seeing my LO, and introducing him to my DD.
I least look forward to the lack of sleep.
Callie Ruth *** June 4, 2008
Conor Brian *** October 4, 2011
My October Space
Pretty much the same thing as Anita and Lisa. I'm really looking forward to getting to meet and know this little one, and really not looking forward to broken messed up sleep, although since Annabelle is still not consistenly sleeping through the night, my body is pretty used to it.
DD Annabelle 04/08/10 DD Gillian 09/29/11
I can't wait to see this little one... definately not looking forward to the very painful breast engorgement and leaking that I always get when baby is about 5 days old!
We've been trying for years, so I am VERY excited to FINALLY have a baby of my own, instead of dreaming about it. So I just want to meet her and see what this whole motherhood thing is all about. Not looking forward to all the anxiety of "Is this normal? What do I do now? WHEN DO I SLEEP!?" I am just so thankful.
Looking forward to snuggling with a baby again - DD is not a snuggler at all.
Not looking forward to - baby coming in the middle of harvest. I'll be lucky if DH makes it to the hospital. I'm not worried about the sleep since I'll be staying at home. DD was pretty easy.
Looking forward to lots. The new life, the cuddles, just staring at them for hours etc etc etc. Not looking forward to the lack of sleep. Both of my girls were awesome sleepers from a very young age. I know I am due a bad sleeper lol. Also scared to hell of trying the whole breastfeeding thing again. I am going to but just petrified about it after my last experience.