About Me: Female, 21, Bangor, United Kingdom, member since Apr 2010
My name is Amanda and i am 21 and married to Josh he's 21. We started dating March 10 2007 when we were both 14. We got married March 8 2013 2 days before our 6 year anniversary. We have a 5 year old son called Anton and we are pregnant with our second baby boy due in
so i have started an ovulaiton tracker... i am not to sure how to use it. how do you all get the little squiggly lines? is mine not long enough? yours is nice and full. thought you may be able to give a few pointers!!! thanks hun
Anton Lee was born on Dec 08, 2008 at 10:15 PM at Ysbyty Gwynedd hospital, in Gwynedd, United Kingdom.
At birth Anton Lee weighed 9.81 lb and was 19.00 in long.
My little man Anton was born at 10.15pm on a Monday. On my due date the Friday i had the sweep, 7 hours later at 7pm the same day i started getting contractions every 10 minutes and lasting 2-3 minutes. They were the same until Saturday afternoon when they were 5 minutes apart and lasted 3 minutes, they were a lot more painful so my fiance phoned the maternity unit and they told me to go in, i was 3cm and kept me in over night. The next morning things were still the same and i was still 3cm so i was sent home later that day. Contractions were still the same until Sunday night 11pm which they were 3 minutes apart and lasted 4-5 minutes. I hadn't had a proper sleep since wednesday night as on the thursday i only had 4 hours as i was so nervous about having the sweep and knowing i could go into labour at any moment. Midwife came and examined at 11am Monday morning and i was 4cm and went into hospital at 12pm. I lasted on gas and air until 6pm and had the epidural and then they broke my waters. After pushing for 15 minutes at 10.15pm Anton was born into the world weighing 9lbs 13oz and 19 inch long. He suffered from shoulder dystocia as his shoulders got stuck on the way out, i remember 6 midwives running into the room before he was born. His shoulders were a bit floppy but had no lasting damage
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