Hi my name is lee.
Im a bit confused on what am i going to have to do when my other half is having our son/daughter im not to sure on what to do in this situation
please help me....
Thanks for reading .
Thank you for your help and advice from both of you
And im always aking is she okay and does she want me to do anything for her. Im always there for her no matter what day or nite.
I love being with her it means the world to me i try my best for her but im not sure if ts enough i want to do m ore and try harder...
Talk to her beforehand and ask her what she wants you to do. Then bear in mind this may all change on the day, lol!
I've told my hubby I don't want him "coaching" me (we watched One Born Every Minute this week where the husband was telling his wife to "breathe" while the midwife was telling her to hold her breath while pushing). I don't want there to be any confusion, so will leave the instructions to the midwives, but my Hubby's encouragement and support will be invaluable. He's also been instructed to stay at the "top end" if you know what I mean!
Your partner will just be glad to have you there.
Well i want to hold her hand and be there but i reall wana see my child beig born but i dunno if i wil faint or not ha but we s far both agreed that since im the dad il be cutting the cord which makes me so happy and il be there for her no matter whatand ill do what ever she wants whenever she wants... xx
Don't get upset at her if she says anything hurtful as she doesn't mean it. If she does what I did and spends most of the labour screaming "I cant do it!" just keep on telling her she can and tell her how much she means to you, my OH did that and it gave me that lift that I needed when I just wanted to give up.
The fact that you've come on here shows how supportive you are being and shows that you're going to be a great dad
Oh and if she poops during labour don't tell all your mates once you're back home from hospital!
Remember to look after yourself too, the last thing your girlfriend needs is to be worrying about you
Good luck! x
Lozzy has a great idea, my contractions were all in my back so OH spent the whole labour rubbing my back and it calmed me down and helped a bit with the pain.
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