If you have a c section do you still get to hold your baby right after. Its not 100% that I'm going I have one but it's looking like a strong possibility. I really don't want one. I was just wondering how that works out with when you actually get to bond with yor baby. I know when I had my son as soon as I pushed him out they just immediately put him on my stomach so I could hold him. I want the same thing with this one.
When I had my c-section November 2011 right after my daughter was born df cut her cord, and the nurses/doctors examined her. I was then shown her and got to touch and kiss her head. Df then walked with her and a nurse over to the nursery and I went to recovery for an hour. After I came out of recovery and was settled into my room my princess was brought to me. At that time is when I got to hold her and feed her the first feeding. I hope all goes well and you don't have to have a c-section.
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