Proud to announce the birth of our baby boy. Weighing in at 8 pound 12 ounces. 6 hour labour 3 actually in hospital. Easy vaginal birth. 4 pushes all done. Only pain relief was gas. :) thanks for all your support ladies. I'll keep in touch.
Thanks ladies. We are home now. And settling into routine. I don't know how I knew it was time when they all of a sudden went from 10 mins apart to 5 mins and more intense. We had a half hour drive to the hospital. Most painful car ride ever. Lol.
They usually make you stay for 3 days with your first or 5 days for a c section but cause it was my second and had no complications whatso ever. I was aloud home the following day. Bub was feeding and weeping and pooing properly. I have to be intouch with a midwife everyday and then go upto the hospital on day 3 and day 5 for weighing and checking and needles ext. But they say your best being comfortable and for me that means being at home. :)
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