The new team have just come round to look at Sue and said they'll probably let her go until lunch time and then do a c-section.
Hard to think we've endured the last 15 hours or so, when it could have just ended c-section-wise at the end.
The midwife we had over the night said that Sue would be up and around within a day of the c-section, but obviously lifting heavy stuff will be out for a while.
We were so optimistic when we arrived that things would progress naturally, especially when the waters broke about 11 hours ago.
I need food and a drink. My mouth tastes horrible. I can only imagine what Sue feels like / is tasting, etc.