I'm sorry to admit that I'm having some difficulty understanding your question, but I'm going to give it a shot anyway,
If you delievered your first baby back in 2011 by emergency c-section, unless there were very serious complications that you didn't mention, there is absolutely no reason your second baby cannot be delivered normally. If by "normal" you mean vaginally, many doctors WILL allow a woman to attempt what is called a V-BAC (vaginal birth after c-section). You must have had a horizontal incision for this to be considered. A vertical incision is not as strong and presents more danger of rupture. Your OB/GYN will also usually put a time limit on how long he will allow active labor to continue. My first son was an emergency c-section, but he said he would let me try for a vaginal birth with my second but would only allow active labor for 12 hours. If birth was not immenent at that point, (which it wasn't) then he would take him surgically. And thank God he did as the cord was around his neck.
If you are in a hospital setting with your OB present, there will be absolutely no risk with the birth of your second baby.
If I did not understand your question correctly, please post again.
My dear sister had a similar circumstance as you with the c section with baby number one and another baby conceived and delivered quickly after. She did indeed have a vaginal birth for her second baby.
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