My home birth turned into a hospital transfer. I was already pushing so I was laying naked & yelling on my bed spread open, when 2 gorgeous young male paramedics came in OH DEAR, and yet even though I was pushing out a baby, all I could think about was "geez I should have shaved if I had known these guys were coming...."
I always have a lol when I think of my labour with my last 2 pregnancies, with my one son I was in the labour room and felt like I needed a number 2 , so I went to the loo and was sitting there pushing and pushing and nothing wad coming, But I felt I could feel something else coming so I put my hand down there and I could feel the head ! I managed to get off the loo an waddle back to the labour room, pulled myself onto the bed and told fob to call the midwife, I said "it's coming " ! An fob says "how do you know" ? .. I shout "get the midwife" !!! Lol he ran out the room and returned seconds later with the midwife , I had my son within a few minutes, and the same senario with my second son, I told him get the midwife, he again asks how do you know ? Lol .. Men !!
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