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Ronshar has, eventually, managed to have her baby!

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ronshar Fri 10-Oct-08 10:18:38

Well after two micarriages, alot of tears, tantrums and heartbreak I have finally had my baby.

William Dexter was born Wednesday 8th October. 2.54am. 7lb 11oz.

Having convinced my self I was going to delivery early and obsessing about a home birth. I went into labour 2 days late and very quickly!

I first noticed a different from usual pain about 11pm. I got myself into bed as I thought it would probably go awayhmm. I had a second pain about 20 mins later and this one was more intense. I waited clock watching for 10 mins when along came another one. This one drove me out of bed and attaching my TENS.
My next pain sent me downstairs and on the phone to hospital. I was told no community midwife for a home birth. I was expecting it so not a big disapointment. They told me to wait until either waters go or pains really close.

I got myself in the shower and straightened my hair! At least I wasnt looking like a scarecrow with my lovely hair do!!
By this point my pains where 2 mins apart and I was getting a real intense pressure in my bottom. I knew what that pressure meant so I very calmly told DH to et the car as we had to go now. He looked at me blankly. So I screamed at him, get the car now or I am going to delivery this baby now on the carpet. Funnily enough he moved quite quickly then.
We got stopped by the police on the way in as DH was going a bit fast! The poor police man took one look at me holding on to the side of the car desparetely trying not to push that he panicked and ran back to his own car and drove awaygrin. My hair obviously wasnt as nice as I thought it was!

Once in the delivery suite the midwife barely had time to put on her gloves when my waters broke, all over the floor. There was loads of fresh Meconium in it so I knew I was on a short trip to Csection if baby not quick. I then spent 10 mins clinging to the back of the bed and DH arm, which now has a hand shaped bruise on it, on my knees while my little boy pushed his way into the world.
The cord was around his neck when he crowned but midwife soon sorted that out. One last push and out he came. Nice big cry and there he was. Beautiful. Looks just like his Daddy.

Delivered placenta very quickly with help of synto injection.
All done with just TENS and a bit of head in pillow moaning/groaning.

Time from entry to unit to all finished 40 minssmile. Not bad.
We had to stay in until Paediatrician happy baby was ok after Meconium incident but all good so legged it out of the hospital at 1.30pm.

I was worried I would struggle to love my baby because of the last two years but I am so very happy that it is all ok. My baby William is beautiful and so good. I love him with all my heart. Even his massive feetsmile.

It doesnt take away the pain of the babies I lost but he is more than worth waiting for.

sparklesandnowinefor2weeks Fri 10-Oct-08 10:31:02

Congratulations and welcome to baby Williamsmile

holidaysoon Fri 10-Oct-08 10:33:50

lovely story
welcome William and congrats

jenwa Fri 10-Oct-08 10:55:25

ahhh, what a lovely story and what appears a good quick labour. Glad all went well and baby William is at home with you now.
grin at you straightning your hair, that is my plan!!!!

caramelbunny Fri 10-Oct-08 12:12:10

Congratulations and nice to read such a positive birth story.

Saturn74 Fri 10-Oct-08 12:15:45

Congratulations! smile
LOL at the policeman. grin

Upwind Fri 10-Oct-08 12:16:00

CONGRATULATIONS! Such a lovely story!!!

bateeha24 Fri 10-Oct-08 12:24:30

congratulations ronshar and welcome william im glad everything went well in the end . well done

spugs Fri 10-Oct-08 12:31:32

aw lovely story congratulations grin
i was stopped by police on way to hospital withh dd1, mine offered us an escort but we said no ta as the hospital was the next building up grin

goingfor3 Fri 10-Oct-08 17:56:25

Congratulations Ronshar. Really happy for you grin

mumofmonstersOBE Fri 10-Oct-08 18:04:37

LOL @ the policeman!

I am so happy for you, i was on the m/c thread with you whre you came and went William won't take anything away from the babies you lost, he will be extra special

pickie Fri 10-Oct-08 18:07:18

What a lovely birth story, well done both of you and enjoy!

lauraloola Fri 10-Oct-08 21:16:54

Congratulations - Fab story and lovely name x

ronshar Fri 10-Oct-08 22:19:20

Thank you for your lovely

changer22 Sat 11-Oct-08 22:09:28

Congratulations! Welcome to William Dexter - I love the sound of his big feet smile

sweetkitty Sat 11-Oct-08 22:19:41

oh Ronshar what wonderful news I have been off MN for 2 weeks and what great news to come back to, you have brought a tear to my eye

congratulations and a huge welcome to William grin

fishie Sat 11-Oct-08 22:24:23

well done. welcome to william and his lovely feet.

gillydaffodil Sun 12-Oct-08 16:27:34

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loulou33 Wed 15-Oct-08 20:14:53

Congrats Ronshar - am so happy for you given all your previous heartache. Welcome to the world William

alittlebitshy Thu 16-Oct-08 16:27:04

Oh Ronny - I only just saw this. YAY - so many congratulations! BOys are lovely aren't they?!

LackaDAISYcal Fri 24-Oct-08 21:56:21

I've only just read this ronny...soooo lovely grin

and pmsl at the policeman; you'd think he'd have given you an escort to the hospital!!

<wipes away a wee hormonal tear>

scotlass Mon 03-Nov-08 18:18:19

Ronshar, I've just noticed this! Hope you and baby William are well.
I can't believe the policeman legged it!

shabster Mon 03-Nov-08 18:26:01

Congratulations and welcome to the world William xxxx

It is a very scary but special event to have a baby after the loss of a child.

Well done, never a 'replacement' just a special baby sent to be loved and cherished.

oinker Mon 03-Nov-08 18:32:17

congratulations smile


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