Quoting mommymedic:" <blockquote><b>Quoting she nan igans:</b>" What YOU are capable of. Also, what made ... [snip!] ... that u cared enough to check out my profile and past posts ). Just so everyone knows I am still at 70% and now 1cm dilated."
Like I said, I am SO HAPPY that you didn't end up having the baby early. As a mom who went through a very long hospital stay with my preemie, I know it is not an experience I'd wish on anyone. However, you have to realize that it WAS a risk. A pretty big one. That isn't work ethic, it's determining what's most important to you. You made a choice, but others making a different choice is different.
And now I'd like to call you out on this stupid stuff you say. It started with you being mad about women who complain about working when they don't work hard jobs. Then it was women without complications. Then it was women who couldn't afford to quit. Now it's work ethic. I think you realize you don't really have a point. Why is it YOUR business?
Again, pain can be debilitating. I have Fibro, I understand pain, lol. Even if a woman doesn't have any complications that risk the baby, PAIN in and of itself can be horrid. Who are you to demand anything of a pregnant woman you don't know? How do you have any idea her pain level, or any idea of what she's dealing with? You don't know, so you have no place at all to even have a judgement let alone an opinion.
Some people work even if it risks their babies. Other people make things work so they can quit their job for their quality of life. They are two different choices, but neither one makes a woman bad.