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January 16th, 2009, 06:49 PM
Bakin8th's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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What was your most memerable birth? Do you have a birth story to tell?

Mine was my last (#8) being I had my first epi and the whole experince was very differnt from the other 7 med free births. It was a rather pleasent and fun experince I have to say LOL

The other thing that made it memerable was the overwhelming joy of delivering a live baby after all the loss's we had prior. It was so amazing to hold a sweet newborn and smell one again.

I cant wait till next one!
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January 19th, 2009, 06:22 AM
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I remember them all like they were yesterday. But my most memerable I guess would have to be my first. Because we had to use the suction twice, and finally the forcepts before he would come out.
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January 19th, 2009, 01:04 PM
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I have two vivid memories.

The first, when my oldest DD was still only half-way out. The Dr. turned her as she came out, and she had one eye open looking at me. I'll never forget that image (and she will turn 17 this spring).

The second was the birth of my youngest. My first (and hopefully last!) c-section. Dr. cut into an artery accidentally, and I could feel myself slipping in and out of consciousness. I could hear the nurse calling out my blood pressure numbers, and wanted to tell them they were TOO LOW (the control freak in me, lol) but I could not speak.
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January 20th, 2009, 02:55 PM
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I remember all of mine but Cheyenne's and Travis' stick out the most.

Cheyenne because she was my first.

Travis, well, very complicated the last week and the whole experience was pretty traumatic for me. Born 8 weeks early, with heart problems, transferred to 2 different hospitals, he was flown in a helicopter, and I had to take greyhound bus lines 4 days after a c-section. AND I was alone for the whole thing.
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