WOW! Sounds like a fantastic labour experience!! :) I was in active labour for 8 hours with Daniel and 12 with Gil - but both were inductions were I was given Pitocin. Things actually stalled out with Gil and they ended up turning off the pump and let me labour on my own at the end. I had been stuck at 5cms for a few hours and once they turned off the pump, my own contractions got me to 10cms in an hour!!
That's a great pushing time, too!! It took me about 25 mins. with Daniel and 20 with Gil.
I'm so happy you had such a great experience1 Jaxon is precious <3
I left some comments on some of the pictures. Jaxon is gorgeous and you guys make such a sweet family together :-) I'm so happy for you!!!! How did the birth go? You looked awesome, not tired or anything! I looked BRUTAL after I had Daniel....so exhausted. With Gil, I looked better.
Cramping!!! That's definitely promising - I think he's coming very soon :-) I'm so happy that you made it so far, especially after being put on bedrest earlier in the pregnancy.
I can't wait to hear Jaxon's birth story.....all the very best for a smooth delivery :-)
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