Short - baby Daniel born 10-23-12 weighs 9 lbs 13 oz 20.5 inches long and he is a heartbreaker already <3
Long- went in for our RCS on Tuesday , got prepped and was in the OR by 7:45 getting my spinal, was having small issues getting completely numb on my right side but dealt with it so they could get the baby out quickly . He was born at 7:55 ..OB said glad I decided on the tubal as my uterus was so thin he could see through it (crazy) ! He was born kicking and screaming and peed all over the OR ; ) he is just the sweetest thing ...his sisters love him to pieces and are missing us big time 2 more days and we can all go home : ) can't wait to keep feeling better day by dy and get my pain under control. Thanks for all the support on here can't wait to hear more birth stories of all your LO's ..hoping for safe speedy deliveries to all you prego mamas left : .h
Me (30) DH (33) DD (13) DD (10) DD (2) Repeat c- section for me 10/23 can't wait to meet my lil football player !! Yay Blue team !!
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