"God sees you not only as mortal beings on a small planet who lives for a brief season -- He sees you as His child. He sees you as the being you are capable and designed to become. He wants you to know that you matter to Him." Dieter F. Uchtdorf
I agree, Little!
Hi Tams!So, as it turns out, the problem with my videos was due to Blogger. After a bit of research, I discovered that I wasn't alone, but that there were many people having trouble uploading videos that day.So, maybe it's another blogger glitch? The basics of what I did was copy and paste the videos from my phone Memory card to a file on my computer. Then I just uploaded them through the video link. I hope it works for you! Sorry I'm not more help. :)
hahaha that's cute :). Thanks for the advice-I read most of her story and it did make me feel better. That's kind of the plan--to try to do what I can on my own, but this time around, to be OK with the possibility of drugs or a walking epidural, that way we can ALL enjoy the birth a bit more. Honestly, I was calm for the first 24 hours, but I felt pain through the WHOLE thing. I think it was because my mind wouldn't let me believe I could do it without feeling pain, no matter how much practice I did or didn't do. I have no idea..but it was long and hard for Jason too because he hardly slept for that day and a half-the sweet hubby he is, he was rubbing my back even in his sleep :) Anyhow--we'll worry about that when it comes. I have to think about getting pregnant again first HEHEHE!!
There should be a like button option on here. hahaha cute.
That's cute! I'm going to have to post one of those too!
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