When we arrived at the hospital they asked me if I had any pain and I said no not really. They said to come in anyway to make sure if everything was ok because I was spotting blood, after I was examined they told me that I was going to be a while befor you come and to go home and come back later , I told them I wasn't going home until I had my baby. They just told us to sit in the waiting room in the labour ward, my husband and I were laughing at all the ladies screaming wondering if I was gunna scream that loud. After a few hours of waiting my cramps were getting more frequent and the pain was getting worse. At about 4:30 am on Saturday 28 th of march I said I was going to have a shower, I stayed in there for about an hour. When I was drying myself my contractions were only 2 minutes apart and the pain was so much worse than before. The midwife got me up on the bed and examined me again, I was 8 cm dialated by this point we knew it wasn't long now. For the hour we waited we just walked around the hospital to get my mind off the pain.......... at 5:30 am the midwife checked me again and she told me to push when I was ready, I got really nervous now cause I am gunna have a baby right now. It on,y took about 25 min of hard pushing for you to be born. 5:55 am Saturday the 28th of march you were born, ouR perfect little baby boy, you had 10 finger and 10 toes and 2 beautiful eyes that you opened straight away. As soon as you were born they layed you on my chest, it was the most perfect moment ever. After about 5 minutes after you were born they took you away from us to get you all cleaned and weighed, they brought you back to me all clean and wrapped up tight so you were warm, your dad had his first hold of you, it was the proudest moment of his life he told me. After about an hour we went back to our own room and spent all day and night cuddling you. We only spent one night in hospital because you were so good and healthy, after checking you hips, eyes and ears and that you were feeding properly they let us go home to start the rest of put lives together. A. Couple days later a midwife came to our house and pricked your heel to make sure you blood leavles were still all good and to make sure we were coping well, and yes everything Was great, they came back a couple of more time to check if you were doing good and if me and your dad were coping well and YES WE WERE, WE WERE DOING GREAT.
Websites I used
Huggies - week by week development
My mum for some tips on the labour