Induced at 8pm and delivered 10:13 am January 29. No epidural, but definitely not painless! I was at 41+2 so he had not only passed meconium but apparently had done it several times. 8 lbs 1 oz and 20.5 inches. Natural breastfeeder, not having any of the problems in that area that I did with my son. Very strong; the doctor said it looked like he was trying to crawl away as they were doing his apgar. Just can't wait for his big brother to come back from my parents' house to meet him!
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