YOU ARE ALL THE BEST!!!!
| Originally Posted by Nrvsbride |
Ouch this is tough. Hmmm...is there a train like Amtrack that is faster? You know how on the East Coast they have the Accelor (not sure if that's the name) train? You can get from NY to DC in like 1/4 of the time that it would take to drive. Is there anything like that?
Didn't Carrie and Samantha take some train from NY to Cali? Is that just the regular amtrack train?
| Originally Posted by lambert13 |
I think taking a train as far as you can without transferring to busses and whatnot, and then driving or having someone picking you up would be a good option.
| Originally Posted by TammyB |
Is their a baby mask or something you can put on her so the risk of flying is lower?
| Originally Posted by StephanieMN |
Honestly is seems like driving is your best option. Would it be possible for you 3 to drive the RV here and than ask someone else to help drive it back? Thank fly that person( people) home?
Lots of fussing-I know.
Someone has to work on that tele-porting thing.
| Originally Posted by Morgan |
are there one way rv rental places that work like u-haul? how many hours is the drive?
| Originally Posted by Opice34 |
So, I just called FI and told him my "friend" Ann's story. He said "who is this again?" So then I explained that I've actually never met her but I know her from that wedding forum I'm always on. He laughed.
Anyway - he said gas is going to be mighty expensive, but let us know if Gwen can fly and he'll give pilot-guy in California a call.
I will ask the doctor tomorrow and get back to ya'll ... I really appreciate all of the effort everyone is making here!
| Originally Posted by SusanK |
You probably already did this... but did you check with your insurance company to see if they would cover the cost of an air ambulance. My sister gave birth at 32 weeks in Oregon (she was living near Minneapolis at the time). My niece had several complications unrelated to prematurity that required immediate surgery. At 34 weeks gestational age my sister, BIL, and niece took a medical jet to MN so she could be treated at Children's Hospital in Mnpls. I believe their insurance covered most of the cost.
| Originally Posted by starchild |
My 3 suggestions:
3. Speak to your employer. I know you are independant contractors - but were it not for them having you work OOT so late in your pregnancy you would not be stuck in CA with the baby. You and Paul have been working there for years, right? They may just kick you down some money and right now you can't afford not to ask...good luck!