Well starting on wednesday at my doctors visit my doctor checked me and said that he wasn't dropping into the pelvis the way he should, so we had to come back the next afternoon and see how much he was weighing well he was reading almost 9lbs so my doctor decided it would be best to induce me saturday morning with talks of a csection if he still doesn't drop. Well my induction was at 5am saturday morning she let me go until about 8:15 before coming in and checking on his progress well he still didn't drop so i was told i would have a csection i went back at 8:50am and he was born via csection at 9:29am weighing 7lbs 8oz and 18 3/4 long. He is perfect! I just wanted to update everyone. Its so amazing to finally have him here. When i heard him cry for the first time i started crying!
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