He was born at 4:01 this morning. Was in active labor for only about 8 hours. Was induced at 10 thursday mornin so it took a while for things to progress, but he is finally here. He was 9lbs 1oz. I chose to have the epidural at about 12 tht mornin when contractions started to get pretty painful.....well.....the epidural didnt work AT ALL!! I had an epidural with my other 2 pregnancies and they worked fantastic, but for some reason this one didnt. It was something tht I was definitley not prepared for but somehow I pulled through it. I must brag a bit because I am pretty proud of myself..lol. But I only pushed for 4 minutes and he was out, he is a beautiful healthy baby boy and he made it all worth it. I thank you ladies so much for all your support and help throughout this pregnancy, it means a lot! :))
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