labor nurse has been reborn and shares her experiences as a new nurse-midwife, woman, and blogger

Monday, July 30, 2007

Some questions for you:

As you've noticed, my side bar has a poll (now closed) asking if I should repost some of my Life and Times blog entries. 89% said YES. So majority wins. My questions to you all are this:

  • What Life and Times posts would you like to see?
  • For those who said NO to reposting, how come? I'd like to have your feedback.


Boliath said...

I said no because I thought the reason you changed blogs and went off radar for a while was to avoid someone giving you grief about some of your older posts and I didn't want you to have to do that again. Sorry if I misunderstood.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed reading your personal accounts of women in labor and the unbelievable yet believable things that happen. From women that don't listen to nurses to the woman who had her soon to be ex-husband in the room. All the while he was on the phone and could care less.

Anonymous said...

I only said no because this is Rebirth. =)

I'm looking forward to new things. =)

Labor Nurse said...

Boliath, thanks for your feedback. My guess was that those who said no were for that very reason. I wasn't offended that people voted no. Besides, I wouldn't think that those who followed me from Life and Times and voted no because they didn't like what I wrote. Otherwise, why would they visit Rebirth?

MommyMichael, I'm looking forward to new things too.

I agree anonymous...those births were unforgettable!

Marie-Baguette said...

I loved all of your posts, especially the real stories. But I also miss all the posts that were advice to new parents.

AtYourCervix said...

I think the educational posts where great for the new parents and parents-to-be.

Personally, I love funny and interesting birth stories.

tofu lou said...

i like the stories! just wanted to stop over and say "ello!"

Boliath said...

You're welcome - add my voice to the love the funny interesting birth stories gang. Also love the education for parents and the insider scoop on L&D, especially as I prepare for my 2nd birth any time now (please come out soon baby!).