A man finally send in his Labour room Drama experience...lol
Hi Stella, more grease to your elbow for the wonderful work you are doing.
Ok let me say my own short story.
I am 29 years old and my wife is younger. We met 4years ago while she was still in her second year in the university. We were so in love that she agreed to marry me, even as i was not financially stable.
After our marriage not quite long ago, she became preggy. There were no complications at all from day one till the 9th month.
Fast forward to the great day which was just barely three days to the delivery date according to scan, i decided that i should shave my wife oh since she could not do it herself because she always told me "baby I cannot see my Vayjayjay anymore "
My people, as i was shaving my wife na so I notice her honeypot just dey enlarge. Suddenly water started dripping down from her vajayjay. Na so I shout "chineke ", so this baby just dey wait for me to clear the grass, So he can commission the road, LoL.
Behold she started having contractions. At that point, i became the most confused man ever.
I ran outside to reverse the car , only for me to discover it was house key i carried, i ran back into the house to change the key and came out again to start the car but for where car no gree start.
My wife called her friend (Sophie)to come with a cab and we rushed her to the hospital.
All this happened from around 6pm to 9pm. Thanks to civilization, i was in the labour room with my wife but on seeing my baby's head my two legs started seriously shaking, my heart was pounding like i was having a heart attack.
At about 9.45pm that is 45minutes later everything was over.
My boy and wifey are the most important in my life. Thanks to God the Labour was so easy although they did EPISIOTOMY for her cus baby's weight was 3.8kg and thanks to that cut no gbenshing for me till further notice because she doesn't even allow me to press or touch her but am still the happiest. My son will soon be two months old and he's so cute and fat. Forgot to include our first son whom we adopted.#happy familyforever.
Make una sorry oh if my story no make sense. Love U stella for the opportunity. Pics for your eyes only. Thanks
Hehehehehehehe.....I can Imagine. Abroad people who are escorting to the labour room are made to sign a document which removes the hospital from wahala in case the escorter faints or dies from shock..lol
My hubby was shaking like cat fish and he was made to sign twice sef..hehehehehehehehehehe.Infact he 'shined' his signature clearly for them.
Wait you mean you saw the vayjayjay physically expanding?Woooooow!