Last week we worked out although it looked like there were only 5 of us in the car there were actually 8 people.
Yesterday I went to the hospital where I'm planning to give birth, I filled in a paper and got a hospital number on a card back. Then back to our leafy guesthouse for lunch with a women who will be helping with the birth (hopefully, if he comes while she is in town). She is Swiss but studying to be a mid wife in the Philippines. I met her through the expat birth team network here.
We're still working out how to do the paperwork for the birth, looks like we have a few different options (sending a person down, sending the documents by EMS).
|Buying dinner on the way home from the Tuesday night pregnant outing to clinic|
Soeun is trying some new med and less exposure to inside dust. The doctor here reckons if we treat his dust allergy his inner ear will be more healthy and it will deal with his fatigue and insomnia.
At this point in time it feels like being pregnant and trying to get healthy is a full time job for us! I think i imagined we would be doing stuff in these weeks, but we only have enough energy to do the essentials it feels like. So we are very thankful we are staying somewhere that means we can just focus on health for now. Don't feel like we have energy to look after a baby- but we don't have a baby yet so thats ok for now.
|I'm enjoying public transport here, feels safe, smooth, easy and comfy.|