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Alright, so this is a little late but I thought I would tell my story. I was 37 weeks, and in a terrible mood, it was my third and last baby, and it was August. I was laying in bed when I heard my two year old crying ready to get up, I prayed to God that I wouldn't have to be pregnant much longer, because getting out of the bed in the morning was the worse. Well, I sat up in bed and my water broke, I coundn't believe it. Well, my husband and my brother-in-law were out on the lake fishing, so I called them and they came home. We got to the hospital at 10:45 (had to take a shower, and get stuff ready for the boy's). My doctor came in and checked me, and said I was at three. Well, I told him that I wanted an epidural as soon as possible, and he said I quote "It is not like you are going to have this baby in two hours or anything", he was wrong, I had Abby in an hour and fifteen minutes, without anything, and the doctor had to hold her while the nurse got everything unwrapped to cut her cord with. They didn't even have the warming table turned on. It was horrible, but I am glad it happend, if I would have known how well I could handle it I would have never had an epidural with the boy's. So, Abby was born August 14th, 2005, she weighed 6lbs. 14ozs., and she is the most wonderful baby. April