Short: Mathew Charles White born 8/23/12 at 3:20pm weighing 8lbs 0.2oz and 20ins long
Long: My contractions started at 2:20 am on 8/23 and since my second pregnancy had a very short labor I quickily got to the hospital. I was checked and was only dialated 1 cm so they waited 2 hrs and I was now 2 1/2 and was admitted, we were officially having the baby. I found out scar tissue from my LEEP was slowing down my from dialation and I was in alot of pain. After another 5 hrs I was passed the scar tissue and could finally get an epidural. I loved it, no more pain, like my own little cacoon. My water was broken and I relaxed. At the end I start to feel the pain from the pressure. I pushed for 10-15 mins and Mathew was born. After delivery I was monitored for a high heart rate and had to recieve IV fluids due to being dehydrated. But that was all that went wrong. We came home 8/25 and are doing great. Now my family is complete.
Madeline(32)DH Nathan(31)-DS Paul(5), Angel baby mc @ 6weeks 8/2008, DD Isabella (17 months), New Baby Boy Mathew Charles EDD 8/25/2012
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