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Saturday, September 17, 2016

Labour Room Drama 25 And 26

Labour room drama isnt easy,please if you think this Chronicle is too harsh or scares you,please dont click on it.I have learnt so much from these because i never experienced the drama....Please stay away or quit complaining!






LRD 25
I got pregnant two months after my wedding to my husbandman. Infact, I remember the particular love making turned baby making.

When I realized I was pregnant, I quickly registered for ANC. I also bought books on pregnancy, the most helpful being SUPERNATURAL CHILDBIRTH by Jackie Mize . Isaiah 66 vs7&9 became my anchor scripture . Being pregnant was fun. Most people were nice to me especially at the bank, in queues and at the market. I didn’t have food cravings . 

I vomited twice throughout the nine months and I continued working in my office up till the day I was in labour . 
I prayed to God to cause my labour to come in the day time when I can easily find help. On Sunday, while preparing to go to church, my water broke. My husbandman drove me to the hospital. After examination, I was told to go back home . 

The following day after my water broke, around 10am, that was when labour started. I felt serious menstrual cramp-like pains. I knew it was time. Due to the nature of my husband’s job, I didnt call him . I called a colleague who drove me to the hospital.

I arrived the hospital around 11am, still in labour. The contractions were regular. I quickly removed my pant and suit. I wore a loose gown I brought. After the Sunday incidence, I didnt remove my maternity bag from the car. I was pacing up and down the hallway ; reciting my anchor scripture.


I was taken to the delivery room. A nurse was told to examine me and check dilation. As she approached me, I said, ‘nurse, get away from me’. The matron said, ‘madam, we understand how you feel but nurse will do her job’.


When  I was dilated to 10cm, I felt a strong urge to poo. I was told to push. In just one push, I pushed out my beautiful girl at exactly 4 :08pm. I told myself I must see the time. God, being a merciful GOD, made all the pain disappear.
After baby and I were cleaned up, I called and told my husbandman that he was a father . He didnt believe me until a nurse spoke with him and told him to bring Glucose. 

He was not happy I didnt tell him I was in labour . Within 2 hours he was in the hospital with glucose, a carton of Gala Sausage and a carton of Malt for the nurses. He was very happy . 

I was very happy too but I was not happy that after carrying my first baby in my womb for 9 months, not sleeping properly for 6 months, and 5 hours in labour, she ended up looking like her dad. Where is my compensation ?



LMAO...You should at least be happy that she came out healthy nau..

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LRD 26
Hi Stella,love your blog like kilode,my apologies because this promises to be long....            
When I was about 13 I had a particular dream for a week straight where i'd see myself surrounded by boys as young as a month old up to men in their maybe 90's leaning on walking sticks,my late grandma may her soul rest in peace interpreted it to mean i'd only have sons in my life time.i instantly rejected it because I loved baby girls so much even then.                             

Fast-forward to when I was 22,i got married and a year later I started having this dream all over again,i told my ex hubby I was pregnant. He didn't believe me until the result came in,well I only bought female baby things,baby room was painted a blinding pink, I kabashed, I fasted, I shushed anybody who wished a boy on me(lol)my love for a daughter was all encompassing.     

                A week after my edd I started feeling labour pains,we went to the hospital and were told to go home and only return if it got worse, since my threshold for pain is high I didn't return for 2days, went back and stayed for 2more days in the hospital, the pain was like nothing I had ever experienced, the nurses told me I was refusing to dilate more than 5 centimeters, on the 3rd day my gynecologist asked my ex husband to see him in his office and when he returned he was crying profusely, I was later to learn the doctor told him the options were either CS or induction to see if I would dilate more, the doctor advised on CS because he said I was too weak from the long labour.

Ex hubby said CS wasn't our portion (he was the spirikoko type on the surface) the doctor said if anything went wrong with the induction who was he to concentrate on,mother or child? Child was the reply.             

 Anyway when he came back and was crying seriously I got scared, insisted on waiting for 3hours because my mum who was about 4hours away on a 6days seminar had already cut it short and was on her way. She arrived, signed the necessary papers, told who was crying to quit, that it was the joyful coming of a new life into the family and not a funeral.

I was given some injections and drips and i'll never forget the second between the excruciating pain and no pain.30 minutes later I saw my son for the first time and for me it was like a fist punch to the heart,There's no love greater I tell you,i went on to have another son almost four years later only this time I jejely carried myself for CS four days to my due date, I can't shout(lol) 

when I remember I used to wish for daughters I just shake my head,i love my sons and can't imagine daughters in their place and oh me and ex hubby who was crying are now co parenting and are better tentative friends than we were as husband and wife.

LOL.


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    1. Lol, poster 1,,don't worry, the next baby will look like you
      Poster 2, sons are great. God gives each person what's best for them

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  2. Why are most of this hospital fund of telling a woman to stay and later tell them to go back? Am happy for you my dear.
    LDR 26: you were young o, 22yrs. Refusing to dilate ke, was it ur fault. Mhen I prefer that induction to cs. Congrats anyway

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  3. Poster1--what d fuck is husbandman huh?
    Are u tryna tell us you got married to a famer or what?

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    1. 😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀, was wondering too, thank God someone pointed it out,😂😅😂

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    2. I think she was kidding. Mercy johnson used the word in that her dumebi movie or so

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    3. Elena is this an attempt at a joke...
      That's her own way of calling her husband DH
      It could be a joke between them.

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  4. I am not understanding. ...u mean your husband choose the baby if anything went wrong?....or the decision was yours ?..

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    1. Hmmmmn Abi, the story is just somehow,😉😉

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    2. Mehn that part shocked me too.
      How can ur hubby choose baby over his own wife...perhaps that's why he is an ex.

      I love in the sense of humour in both narratives..

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    3. Na wicked man ahn ahn now, him no love the wife o

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    4. In fact I'd to go back to read that part. Na wah for some men.

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  5. Poster 1: oga cheated u. Lol

    Nice stories

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  6. I thought I was reading chronicles @ the second poster. I was eagerly reading so that I will get to the part of why your husbandman became your ex husband. Gossip is a sin oh. God forgive me.
    Will send mine soon.

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  7. Poster2--wait let me get this straight,when asked if pregnancy became eventful who to choose and he chose d child...wow!!!
    I understand our love for kids but mehn your ex took it a bit too far habaaa

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    1. I paused there too. Usually the man choses to save his wife. They can try for another one in the future.

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    2. I thought I was the only one who saw that.Wtf??? Good thing he's an ex now then.

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    3. Actually,the doctor shouldn't have asked. It is basic in the medical field that if you have to choose between saving the life of the mother or child,that of the MOTHER is always considered first.

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  8. Poster 1: Awwww don't worry the second baby will look like you. Amen.
    Poster 2: "spirikoko on the surface" hmm ok. What happened to the female baby clothes you bought?
    I always used to wonder if parents know the exact moment they conceived their child.

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    1. Robyn yes! most people know. I knew when I conceived my first two pregnancies but the last one took me unaware because it wasn't planned.

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    2. Yes@ Roby
      I remember when I conceived my first child. The day, in fact the particular lovemaking.😀

      Second?? Hehehhehe. Nope.

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  9. Labour room gist.... Better experienced than told. Congrats posters

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  10. Poster one you nor well o. Lol. Where is my compensation. Lolzz

    Poster 2: I really don't get the part of your mum signing papers when the Father of the baby was on ground,or were you divorced then? This labour thing isnt funny o. Witnessed a bunch and at a point,you'd unconsciously straining when theyre asked to push.

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    1. If your ex chose a child over you,then he'd better remain your ex. He's crazy.

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  11. Why the 'HusbandMAN' ish?, ok that your dota sure koms from same side with my daughter after all the 9monthd journey nothing to show from me to her.. just decided to take after her dad and my mom inlaw.like i'm ger surrogate mother. Nawa ooo 😒😒😏😏 congrats to y'all.

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    1. You are complaining... My two children look like my husband... I am so heartbroken... My daughter did not even make an attempt to resemble me. Abet,I was just a carrier of their baby,lol.... fingers crossed when I eventually have my 3rd child d baby wld resemble me......

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    2. I am winning here oh! mine look exactly like me even their tantrums strong genes be working.

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  12. Mothers r the strongest pple we av on earth! pls shower enuf respect nd love on dem, biko! dey can do anytin for child's sake, wen u sick, dey pray the sickness leaves u and come to them! so.... #stopbeingawomanbeater #everywomanisamother mbok!

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  13. All I saw was husbandman. Madam do you know who a huabandman is or you deliberately call him that?

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    1. She is only repeating what dumebi said in "dumebi goes to school".

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    2. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  14. Mother's are so strong!

    Poster2, u later divorce ur hubby? Why?

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    1. Did you read where he chose to save the baby over the mother in her story?
      That one reach for me to divorce a man oh.

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  15. I love the first LRD, I laughed at the end. Lol
    Poster two, ehehehe my friend and I joke with that a lot she loves handsome male babies while I love cute little girls. I can't wait to see how things would turn out for us.

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  16. Poster 1: Lol @ carton of gala and malt for the nurses.

    Poster 2: Your husband specifically asked that the child be saved, were there to be a problem? And you say he is a spirikoko, plus he was crying up and down. How old was he? Thank God your mother was around and that you delivered safely.

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  17. LRD 25 You fun sha. Didn't you know most daughters take after daddys physically and sons mothers? And which one is 'husbandman' again? I saw it at least in 3 places.

    LRD 26 I want to believe your divorce isn't because he chose baby over you at that delicate time? Any ways, it is better to live happy and apart than together and unhappy and in conflict.

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  18. lolzzz I laffed at the husbandman, abi you get husbandwoman..Roflmao...Chai some people no go kill person..i dunno why am laffing after receiving a very sad news today..hmm This life ehn..

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  19. Husbandman just turned me off Mtchewww

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  20. #The future depends on what we do in the present*

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  21. Poster 1..can't u just say husband instead of husbandman...what kind of irritating phrase is dat..
    Poster 2..thankGod he's now ur ex...imagine his decision...stupid man

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  22. Abaraonye Nonye Ex Saggy gal welcome to SDK's blog

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  23. The blunders some hospitals make ehhn, how can u tell a woman whose water has broken to go home? Standard procedure is to ensure she delivers within 24hours, either by vaginal delivery or via CS, Pls ladies take note before some quacks kill your babies for you, thank God nothing happened to you @ poster 1. The husband choosing the baby over the wife though, no wonder it didn't work

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    1. Exactly oooo! Where I was pregnant the Nurses kept telling us that once the water breaks, pad up and start heading to the hospital.
      Naaawaaoo! I cringe when I read that part too. Thank God for safe delivery on both Moms. Enjoyed both stories. God bless our homes.

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  24. You guys should take it easy husbandman sweet na lol

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