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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Omugwo Chronicles -41

This Omugwo Chronicle na wah...Ewoo!!!






Hello Stella I'm  the WNB poster of last Friday 64, the one you termed the best so far *shines teeth*, thanks to all bv's  who wished me well and keyed in to my tale,  all your testimonies  awaits you.  And finally  to bv James,  does it matter if my DH is rich or not? 

 What I personally admire about Stella is her non bragging  nature about her earnings,  she will never flaunt this or that and that's  typically  me, nonetheless  I also like to work and spend my own cash,  to answer your question,he's  got good money to cater for us all.
I took in almost 6 months into the marriage, that was when reality began to set in,  pregnancy  isn't easy for real.  I experienced  nausea,  oedema,  mood swings and weird cravings at odd times.  I remember  asking DH to go buy me noodles and geisha at midnight  and while at it he should get a couple of fayrouz  drinks for me when he objected I burst Into hot tears saying the baby needs it not me...lmao,  he quickly went out at that ungodly hour to get me the items.


Several odd times I demanded even more weird meals like Pap,kunun aya,  suya and so on, he stood by me all through. My EDD  elapsed and the baby didn't  want to come out,  the gynea  advised I take my exercise  more seriously  to ease delivery and kinda to induce labour,  DH and I took to the thread mill and cycling, to be honest his support  was overwhelming as all my ANC visits he tagged along.


3am on one fine Saturday  morning  I woke up to pee and noticed my pyjamas  was wet again, I thought  my pee touched it and I changed, next one I wore same thing,  I began to cry(that was me,  any lil thing not going rightly I'd  cry in pregnancy), I woke DH up saying I was wet,  he asked immediately  if I wanted him to put 'IT' inside as he wanted to collect for the past few weeks and I kept refusing,  he actually  thought  the wet I said was sexually
....lol.


He knew this wasn't  normal when pains started building and the wetness started showing streaks of blood,  quickly  he loaded the vehicle with my delivery  kit and assisted me to the hospital,  my vitals were immediately   taken and was referred straight  to delivery room,  an IV line was set and was given some injection  to speed up labour. That was when I turned to prayer warrior,  the pain could  be felt from the crown of my head to the sole of my feet,  with severe emphasis on my lower back. DH assumed the role of a masseurs in the delivery to ease the pain.


I pleaded for epidural but was told I had gone past the stage,  I was made to bear the pain.  When I told them I wanted to poop the nurses confirmed I was fully dilated and I was briefed on how to push the baby out safely.
One, two,  three push!  I pushed like I had constipation, after  two  more pushes the baby's head popped out and I heard DH shout,  "Damn!  Holy Moses,  is that a humans head? " in the most unadulterated  foreign  accent, everybody in the room burst into laughter. 


While I was been stitched up (episiotomy )DH had announced to everyone he was a father of a beautiful baby girl. My mum quickly  started making arrangements  to catch the morning  flight to our base, I was wheeled to my private room and was served hot beverage To Help my breast milk flow.


My mum kept calling  every minute  asking  how I was doing and promised  to be with me in no time,  before noon she had arrived, DH picked her up and brought  her to the hospital and made to leave for home immediately  saying my mum brought Ghana must go full of food items.

We got discharged  48hours later with a clean bill of health,  on reaching home I saw DH had washed the baby's clothes  and mine,  what made me laugh was the nightengale towel he washed too... Lol. 

For the next 6weeks I was pampered, my mum cooked, the free flow of pepper soup was what DH enjoyed more than me,  she took care of me,  massaged my body at every bathe time with emphasis  on my tummy area and still took care of the baby. 

When she left hubby and I adjusted  quite well to the new routine, he assisted in feeding the baby,  took time to play on the floor with her, sang nursery  rhymes he formed from mathematical  equations, he'll say it's  never to early to teach them...lol, he'd iron  washed clothes, load and unload the dish washer while I attended to other chores and within 2years we had another baby.

MIL had to come do omugwuo as I lost my mum to cancer. Her son kept arguing  with her she wasn't  helpful and openly compared her to my late mum, she expected  to be rather taken care of,  she left after a week and we employed a care nurse to come assist us,  it's  been 5years now the nurse has been with us who has filled in as a nanny and a care giver.


DH and I have closed the idea of baby making and I'm  been placed on a long and safe FP,  we only have sex for sake of orgasms.... Hehehehe

Stella I think you should have nanny/ Maid chronicles too.


HA!!!..This your Omugwo chronicle na wah!...Love it!...Make i raise hands for you!



104 comments:

  1. This woman is a great writer, you make us see marriage as full of roses. Thanks for that and may your home never break. RIP to your mum




    *Larry was here*

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    1. Exactly what I was gonna say. Madam, you write well and give a clear picture of what is going on. Kudos to you and your family. The care nurse, is she a real nurse?

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    2. I swear STARRY LARRY. She's the best.

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    3. Yep. She writes beautifully well. Fantastic flow. Kudos m'am.

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    4. Thanks dolls... Muah.

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  2. What more can I say, you're just a lucky woman, kudos to your hubby. He's a pure definition of HUSBAND and not HORSEBAND, because majorities of BVs here are married to HORSEBANDs

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  3. Na the hands make me laugh. Your pregnancy blues na wa lol

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    1. I follow laugh for the hand too... Stella ehn.

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  4. I love this lady already, no time for haters, let them keeping hating on you while your husband spoils you with all the love and care in this world. Abeg, madam hold on tight to your hubby, he's one of a kind

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  5. Nice one may God bless ur home madam

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  6. I love read Chronicles of the Rich. Keep it up darling

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  7. Nice poster!...
    So your pussy is now a borehole?...
    Eyaa...

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    1. Says who? Queeneth, take time ooo. Lmao!

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    2. Not at all, I did a clean episiotomy and kegels is part of me.

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  8. Stella Stella, I raise hand for you too. AGU NWANYI. I like your omugwo post dear, may God continue to uphold your family.

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  9. Hahahahaha I enjoyed your story, when I go to this part "Damn! Holy Moses, is that a humans head? " in the most unadulterated foreign accent". Buhahahaha thank God for a caring husband you have.

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  10. Lol,making me scared, dose hospitals in Nigeria allow husband in to the delivery room.

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  11. Lol,making me scared, dose hospitals in Nigeria allow husband in to the delivery room.

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  12. GOD bless your home and grant your mother eternal rest.

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  13. Lol, this lady is funny sha, God bless your home.
    Everybody loves Stella

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    1. Thanks...Stellz is an adorable woman.

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  14. That is beautiful. Abeg no mind James jare.

    Enjoy your baby. Na really you want me to put IT. your husband is funny.

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    1. Heheheheheh... Thanks ojare.

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  15. I SO HATE HOW YOU WOMEN BEHAVE IN AN UNREASONABLE WAY WHEN YOU ARE PREGNANT, I AM A MOTHER OF THREE AND I MANAGED MY CRAVINGS VERY WELL, WHY SEND YOUR HUSBAND OUT AT AN UNGODLY HOUR, CAN'T YOU COOK THE NOODLES AND GEISHA YOURSELF OR HAVE YOUR COOK MAKE IT FOR YOU, WHERE DO YOU LIVE THAT YOU CAN BUY SUCH AT NIGHT, O GA O, YOU SMALL GIRLS NEED TO PRAY FOR COMMON SENSE WHEN YOU ARE GETTING MARRIED. THAT PART JUST SPOILT THIS STORY FOR ME.

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    1. Gerrarahere
      You think she did it purposely ??
      And you even had to type with capital letters

      Oyanu clap for yourself as champion mother that you is.
      Champion.
      Hope your husband and your community bought you a car.

      Women like you make me cringe.
      People are different and that doesn't mean she doesn't have sense
      Bye biko

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    2. The husband didn't complain,not everyone can manage their cravings very well like you.

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    3. Anon 14:04,your suffer head husband cannot tolerate your cravings so you had no choice to manage,see how she's shouting upndan,my hubby will happily wake up to look for'akpu'( in sexymomas voice cos the baby wants akpu)without complaining,my child is4yrs now and I have not tasted akpu till date,calling them small girls and they are busy collecting the small change your mumu horseband get,otondo like you,very interesting story.

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    4. Madam if it is easy for you it doesn't mean it is easy for another...stop being insensitive and allow other women do their thing their way and how it suits them ah ah! Please take several seats and go deal with your horseband

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    5. All hail "JUDGE" of the jungle.... Mtcheeeew. Abeg park well. Is it ur Ungodly hour? Abi is it ur noodles and geisha? Stay ur lane. Old woman. AB Chic

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    6. Shurrup. Why the anger? Is it your husband they asked for indomie and geisha? Abeg move.

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    7. Sharap there! Mother of 3.
      If you like be mother of 13,Is it your husband?
      Imagine!
      Common scanter outta here!

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    8. Marry ur wicked husband,and allow other marry a man that truly love them?did the husband complain to youu?onye ufuobi,lest I forget,my hubby buys me new car, anytime I put to the bed too,some av it sweet some av it bitter

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    9. Anon 14:04,it is women like you that mock and judge your fellow woman who gave birth through CS.Leave her alone to be pampered.Her husband isn't complaining.

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    10. If you can have comments like this from hearing or reading stories I can imagine what your husband and neighbours are going through in your hands. Bad character bad mind equals to ugly hag

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    11. Please go for etiquette and "tact" lessons. You really need them sweetie and also please take jealousy out of the mix. It does not look good on you in anonymous mode or real life.

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    12. Torrr. If indeed you are a mother, you'd understand the weird cravings attached to each pregnancy. You won't even feel like touching ur own cooking, that is if u get the energy to cook at all sef.

      You needed to have seen me when I was pregnant with my first, arrghhh, even my husband's cologne irked the shit out of me. Till date I've refused to allow him use that Givenchy perfume cos the smell takes me back many years and it makes me SICK!! Lol.

      Ah, with my second nko, the man will be looking for prawn crackers upandan in every Chinese restaurant. The cravings were bad, really bad. I'd just tap him and say, oya oga, I want to eat ponmo in peppered stew.. or I want to drink garri water. See yeye cravings ehn.. he would just oblige me but sometimes he murmured though. Lol.

      So pls don't blame any pregnant woman o. Symptoms and cravings vary for each person biko. The mere thought of being pregnant again is even making me nauseous already. Eheheh

      OK bye

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    13. Thanks darlings for standing by me, love u all.

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    14. is it her fault that your husband no get your time? Abeg gerrahia you duckling!

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  16. Congratulations again,how far with that your yeye ex?

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  17. Have u considered being a writer... U definitely know how to arrange stories. Congratulations

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  18. Nice one! May the Lord bless your home.
    Stella, why don't we have "Inlaw palaver"

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    1. Very true, u right.

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  19. Beautiful story, great writing. I cannot wait for my own Omugwo o. I know say my mumsi go finish work.

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  20. Lovely OC.. May God bless your home.

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  21. lol!
    You be better writer no be small!!
    I enjoyed your story.

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    1. Thanks dear, I appreciate.

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  22. Hehehehe nice one. God bless your home.

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  23. Your omugwo chronicles is so interesting and your hubby was very supportive.

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  24. Wow I love ds poster. Well delivered narrative. God bless ur home yafu yafu.

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  25. Anon 14:04 a little sugar for you. I am a mother of two and i managed my cravings very well as well. This does not mean any woman that did not manage her cravings as well as i did is a lesser mother than i am. I know if i had asked my husband to get me ANYTHING at ANYTIME during ANY of my pregnancies, he would have gladly done so. So, please, enough with the pride. Also, there is mo place she mentioned the husband cooked it for her or he bought it cooked, she said he went out and bought Indomie and Geisha. Perfect pregnancy carrier

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    1. God bless you for this input, we re all different in nature.

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  26. Nice 1. I laugh n laugh when ur husband shouted 'Holy Moses'. D man get mind. My hubby is saying he can't stand it seeing me on labour. I told him till den. Thnk U Lord bec it's will happen soon

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    1. LMAO... He will brave not to worry.

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  27. Ishigbuo onwe gi, WNB you said after 10yrs now you're saying after 5yrs again.
    Abeg no give me headache with your calculations. Lovely story.

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    1. ...and you dont make mistakes right?

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    2. Mumu, she said the care nurse has been with them for 5 years now.
      Learn to read well.

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    3. Atoh! Thanks for clarifying it.

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  28. Anonymous 15:51 stop giving yourself headache wish them well and move on.I love your omugho story! May God bless and keep your home.

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  29. I luv u already, pls whts up with ur useless ex?

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    1. I think I might write in to Stella to post as IHN, that's if She is cool with it.

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  30. Best omugwo story for me. Love it

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  31. Anon 14.04, shame on you hater like you. Na she say make your husband no pamper you. get out of here jo!

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  32. You were wheeled into ur private ward?why do you always come here to brag???Some of us gave birth in the best hospitals in the world and we have sent in omugwo chronicles without mentioning it.Anty pls reduce the bragging

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    1. U are really a foolish hater!!! Biko pass!!

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    2. Mrs bitter leaf what's the big deal about getting wheeled into a private ward? The reason it is big to you is cos you are a pleb. You came to have given birth in the best hospital in the world yet it's this small detail that is paining you. Loser oshi!

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    3. Huhh?? What is the hype in being wheeled to a ward? I was also wheeled to the delivery ward na. Shuuoo.

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    4. Haba mana! No biggy in private room in Naija, no vez bikonu.

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  33. AMEN OO I RECEIVE IT...DEAR HUBBY ARE YOU SEEING WHAT U'RE CAUSING.....!
    ANYWAYZ JUST HURRY..

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  34. Cakes and snacks.. Precix confectionery. Abeokuta.... 0803775853230 August 2016 at 17:11

    Holy Moses indeed. I use to wonder how a baby can come out of that tiny hole.. Well until...

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    1. It's elastic hun... *Runs away*

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  35. Anon 14:04
    Mother of 3πŸ˜€
    If I start to dey talk my own "wonderful" experience,I'm sure you will burst.

    Anon's was even the regular cravings oooh.hehehheehe
    How dare you tell a pregnant woman not to feel a certain way?

    Pregnancy is a beautiful journey married people should enjoy together the way they enjoyed the lovemaking .
    The togetherness is just an out of this world feeling.

    Even in my 5th pregnancyπŸ™ŒπŸ’ͺ🏾 I intend to be myself which is ire ure😍
    And sincerely I have this nausea that hits me in my first trimester,I'm not ready to prove that I can do it all oooh.

    We should have Chronicles on our birth stories sefπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    The whole experience from conception to deliveryπŸ‘

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    1. Damn the nausea. My second preggy hit me the baddest. Arrghh.. I was like can this baby come out already??

      But it stopped when I was hitting 7-8 months, then the mood swings began. Sigh

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    2. God bless you ! I pray we all experience it beautifully.

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  36. Poster love ya already!! Plsz wats up wit ur EX na? Gist us oh

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    1. I'll send a rejoinder soon via IHN, if only Stella approves of it though.

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  37. Witty!
    Lively!
    Lovely!
    Funny!
    May God continue to bless your home.
    And may your mom continue resting in the Bosom of the Lord, Amen.

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  38. Enjoyed this story, the best part being your hubby standing up to his mother. Good!

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  39. Nice one, God bless your home.

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  40. Abeg all the haters should shift jare...shuooo. See that low class anonymous saying trash Becos the writer said she was wheeled to the private ward...yeye goat go and sit ur fat ugly ass down. Jealous bitch. May God bless writer's home ojare

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  41. Abeg all the haters should shift jare...shuooo. See that low class anonymous saying trash Becos the writer said she was wheeled to the private ward...yeye goat go and sit ur fat ugly ass down. Jealous bitch. May God bless the writer's home ojare

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  42. God bless your union forever! I can't wait to experience all these! 6yrs TTC..God pick my call this month nah abeg..

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  43. God bless your union forever! I can't wait to experience all these! 6yrs TTC..God pick my call this month nah abeg..

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