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Puddytats kitten has arrived!!

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puddytats Sat 14-May-05 07:45:59

Hi all!!

Verity Evelyn was born on Thursday 12th May at 5.31pm after a very lucky 5 3/4 hour labour!!

I was induced at 12.15pm at 4.45pm begged for an epidural (gas and air till then) only to be told it was too late as I had started pushing already!!

She weighs 6lb 11oz and came home yesterday afternoon. Thankfully I was able to stand against the registrar and not have a c-section which means I can move!!

ghosty Sat 14-May-05 07:47:04

congratulations puddytats ...
beautiful name

almostanangel Sat 14-May-05 08:24:13

congratulations!!
sorry i dont know you i thought they were real kittens.. great news anyway loadsa love and luck for the future!

hub2dee Sat 14-May-05 09:12:02

Am really relieved and thrilled to hear your good news.

BIG CONGRATS !

tiny01 Sat 14-May-05 09:45:09

I am delighted your story had a great and quick ending. I was reading the other thread. congrats on you little one, beeeaaaautiful name, I wish I had thought of it. Enjoy her

rickman Sat 14-May-05 09:46:28

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coppertop Sat 14-May-05 14:43:09

Congratulations!

RTKangaMummy Sat 14-May-05 15:19:18

congrats

Hulababy Sat 14-May-05 17:37:10

Congratulations and welcome to Verity.

mears Sat 14-May-05 17:39:35

Congratulations on your VBAC puddytats. How did they induce you? Were your waters still there?

Gem1355 Sat 14-May-05 17:43:02

Congratulations Puddytats!

Merlin Sat 14-May-05 17:44:49

Congrats and welcome to little Verity!

Rainbow Sat 14-May-05 18:00:09

Congrats puddytat

morocco Sat 14-May-05 18:15:51

great news - congratulations

puddytats Sun 15-May-05 09:49:53

Mears - my notes say 'induced by ARM, Syntocinon due to SROM' I think they finally agreed that the frontal waters had gone and the back(/) waters had been draining over the next 10 days. I had 2 Liqor scans that showed them reducing as well over that period.

mears Sun 15-May-05 13:26:08

Puddytats - ARM menas 'Artificial Rupture of Membranes' which means that the front (fore) waters were still there so it was a hindwater rupture.
Neither here nor there now since your kitten is here. Congrats again

Gobbledigook Sun 15-May-05 13:26:56

Congratulations! Welcome to Verity

MarsLady Sun 15-May-05 13:30:07

Congratulations!

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