With my first pregnancy, I never got around to drafting a birth plan. I definitely took the childbirth classes with my hubby, which we enjoyed going to because we viewed it as the last time we would do anything alone as a couple. But as far as a birth plan, I was not too keen on setting a plan in stone because:
1. I thought I knew what I was doing. I kept thinking to myself, “Women have been giving birth for thousands of years. I got this.”
2. I am a very go with the flow kind of person. I had everything I learned in class tucked in my brain and practiced breathing exercises 9 million times. I would instinctively know how to get through each contraction, breathe calmly, while gently rocking on a birthing ball until baby girl was ready to enter this glorious world.