First time I've been on here in quite a while too. Baby Samuel Henry was born last Saturday morning (following a 3 and a half day labour) by emergency c-section weighing 9lb14oz. He was back to back so between that, him being a bit of a giant and me being 5'1" he got stuck and needed to be taken our surgically. It was a good thing too as the pushing had caused me internal bleeding.
So yellow bump turned PINK on the 19th of nov at 22.52. We called her Ajai and she was 8lb 0.5oz she's doing fab and is a really good baby. Already a daddy's girl and he's besotted with her! Getting discharged from hosp today and I can't wait! I know this is where the trouble starts ha but I just wanna be at home with oh and DS!
It's def weird that bump has deflated so quick I feel odd lol trousers I bought to slob round in the week before I was due are now very loose and its nice to turn them up cause they r too big!
One thing I'm very shocked at is that my boobs haven't leaked once! So even all my nip stim before Ajai its not encouraged any milk... Thank god!
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