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Friday, September 02, 2016

Labour Room Drama -1


We are starting another Chronicles that hopefully you all will take part in...

We want stories from the women and the men who have entered the Labour room before to tell us their interesting stories and how they felt afterwards.
This should be good and if not,we dump it..lol

Send in your stories if you have any!





Hi  Stella.

 I met my woman when I was 23yrs while she was younger and we were both planning to school abroad. While we were trying to raise funds she got pregnant and we decided to keep the baby though she wasn't too ok with it and I don't want to be involve in killing an innocent child o.

 E no easy at all as I would stay awake every night when the contraction starts and I was very close to her due to my part time job which a family friend offered me after I had my certificate in flight ticketing and reservations and there was no job too, we stayed with my parents  and I was busy struggling as a father to be. 

She got registered for antenatal , na so all the nurse and women be give me a nickname o,(the only man wey dey attend antenatal class). Each time my woman be get contraction, she go call me to calm my baby for womb, anytime I rub her tummy the baby go stay calm. 

Fastforward to the day she delivered o, she was having this big contraction and she went to the pee, na so my woman see wetin she be dey read online sey blood go drop when the baby is coming, I just heard her scream my name bae the baby is coming o , come and see blood, na so the sleep Wey dey my body just disappear sharp sharp and it was 5am that day, I got dressed like person wey something dey chase , called out to my mum and she got up. 

We set out to the hospital and she was just in pains ,requesting  for a seat every minute. We got to the vigilante men and they stopped us but immediately them be see madam in pain, they allowed us go. We got to the hospital gate and we were allowed into the premises, all the nurse no help matter  only the one wey I dey always they drop pocket money for each time we go for antenatal. 

Mum was scared because she lost my late elder sister during childbirth at that same hospital some years before I took my woman to the hospital, she was in fears and praying. 

Finally they got her into the labor room, see where my woman fall my hand, push she no gree push begin dey ask for induce,I got into the  labor room as well.  thank God for one short nurse wey climb her tummy begin dey push o, the baby was out finally after the water don burst and lots of issues sha, the Baby was big and weak. 

One big nurse just picked the baby and threw her to bed begin they beat am o, sey the baby must cry vex Don dey my body becos of that. The nurses begin to dey hail me for being a man in the labor room o sey e be get one man wey faint immediately he saw the baby head an blood when him wife dey labor. 

I'm daughter's best friend, I back my daughter no be small, spoonfed, change pampers no be small, na Huggies we be use for her. We be dey buy Nan cereals every 3days cos her mum couldn't breastfeed for long becos we had to use to breast pump to  pump milk. Now she's 4yrs plus, daddy's girl. I want to thank God for his mercies sha, me and my woman separated for a while due to family issues.

we are doing good afterward but trusting God for breakthrough and mercy becos e no easy oo.. I know God has a perfect plan for me,wifey and daughter. I will be adding another year this month and I'm grateful to God as we go through our tough times. I'm enjoying Stella's blog, carry on madam stella toh strong and beautiful 


112 comments:

  1. Lol@short nurse and big nurse....

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    1. Woooow
      This will be fun menh
      All this govt hospital that use to beat pregnant women during labour .......the thunder that will fire u people eeh

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    2. Beating a pregnant woman with the pain she already got in her? I refuse to believe it. That's wickedness of the highest order.

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    3. Please, anyone sending in their labour room experience should be write it clearly in English andd not pidgin pls!

      I developed headache while reading this, also found it hard reading smoothly!

      In the name of trying to sound funny, it made the story difficult to read!

      U can still be funny even if u write in plain English!

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    4. I read this story smiling all through
      You will always be a wonderful father

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    5. Wait, what?! They beat women in labour? Choi, they've not gotten better slap ni.

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    6. Lol @ portable, the thunder will be multi talented! Especially those nurses that will always say "shebi wen you dey do am e dey sweet you"

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  2. Awww lovely,coming from a man.God will grant you your desires in Jesus name.

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    1. Aaaae. I enjoyed every bit of your narrative. Please do not use pidgin next time. I struggled to read

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    2. Ideato abi wetin be your name,wats all these your forming. Run along,goan hustle for recharge card and shataaaaaaap.

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    3. @Ideato, thank you. I got confused in the pidgin part. Nice narrative tho.hehehehe

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    4. Is very interesting d way u use pidgin i laugh although

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    5. Enjoyed the story but struggled to read it.... he has a good sence of humour... wish you guys all the best

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    6. Anon15:09 kisses..... Now run along

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    7. Just drop pidgin. Its not meant for everyone. U speak English just fine so continue with it. Nice story though.

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  3. Wooow I know plenty men that will run away after getting a girl pregnant.you stood by her tru it all. And to think you were just 23 yrs old.God will bless you jare.
    Me am already liking this one.



    * hangs leg on the window*

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    1. @Steffy, wetin you dey hang leg for window for, abi your own labor don start ni?

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  4. That's not beating brother, if a baby i born without cries, its a clear sign that something is wrong...

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  5. The nurse climbed her tummy? And another beat d baby?
    Hahaha! No wonder ur mumsy was "afear"

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    1. Hahahhaa azzin ehn.. very funny story sha
      Oga may God continue to keep you guys in peace and harmony. Breakthrough is on the way

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    2. I was shocked too. Climb tummy ke?

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    3. How will a trained nurse climb a tummy???. Does she want to kill the baby? Dumbfounded.!!!!

      As for beating the baby. Its normal for a baby that doesn't cry immediately after birth. Its just a way to make d child cry.so that the lung can open up Nd it works most times

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  6. Wow...hmmmmmmm! I'll tell my story someday. Such miracle.

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  7. You are a man! Not the ego filled namby pambies we have around. I hope you and your wife fully resolve your issues and may God bless you all.

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  8. Nice one why una separate na? Ok u just advertise yourself it's all good.

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    1. D separation was imminent considering they were living with his parents, I already saw it coming at d beginning of d story.

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  9. I must sure send mine.

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    1. Very interesting...I enjoyed every bit of it.
      God keep your home poster & Happy birthday in advance

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  11. Wow! You are such a nice man. Thank God your wife had a safe delivery, but wait ooo, did I just read the part where you said a short nurse climbed your wife's belly to help her push? Are you for real?

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  12. Your story looks so interesting,you are really a man with a brave heart,this is really good platform Stella ,keep it up,am loving it already .I will seat here and wait for comment .

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    1. That is what nurses do in quack hospital when they cant do CS for a baby that is not coming down. I witness nurse jumping and pressing Belle for baby to come down. Smh. Na God dey help

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  13. WOOOOOW! POSTER I ENJOYED YOUR COMMENT NO BE SMALL! SINCE YOU USE PIDGIN MAKE I USE PIDGIN TOO. LOOOOL. I LIKE AS YOU DEY THERE WHEN YOUR WOMAN DEY BORN. SEE AS YOU JUST DEY NARRATE ALL THE PROCEDURE! I SURE SAY YOU NO GO EVER FORGET AM FOR YOUR LIFE. IF TO SAY ALL NAIJA MEN DEY ENTER LABOUR ROOM SO..FEAR NO GO DEY LET THE USELESS ONES RAISE HAND TOUCH THEIR WIVES! BECAUSE THEM GO KNOW WETIN WOMAN DEY FACE. THANK GOD FOR YOU OO AND MAY GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY!

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  14. Awww. Nice one. Stella, can I send?


    Am I a mother? Yes o coz I was in the labour room when my nephew came out. Hehehehe

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    1. Yes you are, given the experience you have gained. My husband was always with me during my child bearing year's.

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  15. WOOOOOW! POSTER I ENJOYED YOUR COMMENT NO BE SMALL! SINCE YOU USE PIDGIN MAKE I USE PIDGIN TOO. LOOOOL. I LIKE AS YOU DEY THERE WHEN YOUR WOMAN DEY BORN. SEE AS YOU JUST DEY NARRATE ALL THE PROCEDURE! I SURE SAY YOU NO GO EVER FORGET AM FOR YOUR LIFE. IF TO SAY ALL NAIJA MEN DEY ENTER LABOUR ROOM SO..FEAR NO GO DEY LET THE USELESS ONES RAISE HAND TOUCH THEIR WIVES! BECAUSE THEM GO KNOW WETIN WOMAN DEY FACE. THANK GOD FOR YOU OO AND MAY GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY!

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  16. Nice story bros you try. Stella many stories to come. Eku se

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  17. Hmmmm...some will put salt and pepper in their stories.

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    1. Before nko? Hehehe
      So the story go sweet well well na

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  18. You guys later seperated? Hmmm, it's a pity.

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    1. We are each other's best friend, just little family request (sorted) and trust me it's been great and our lil daughter Don dey ask for baby brother. Thanks stella for putting my post, bless you sis. A man must treat his wife with care bcos one day your daughter will definitely be in a man's house too. Communication is just the key to an healthy family

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  19. Wow. Nice one Stella. Lemme send in mine sharp sharp.

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  20. Interesting, women go through a lot during labour. The pains no be here.

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  21. Gosh! Wish i can find a man that truly loves like you do? I want to settle down and God knows i need a man as supportive and sincere as you. Very helpful even at that tender age. May God bless ur family especially ur daughter.

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    1. In other words, you the advertise yourself, so poster go know say you single, in case you didn't notice, the poster is still a small boy. Abeg stella see one gwags for here, link her up with poster.

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    2. 1. You want this guy to think you're a wife material and start chasing you instead of wifing his baby mama.
      2. You want him to think you will be nice to his daughter if he mareies you hence the last sentence

      Miss cute

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  22. Interesting! He is a unique man. Most Nigerian men don't go into the labour room, so I'm sure this post won't have much feedback from the men. As for me, I'm newly married and don't have a child yet but the day we will, I'm sure my husband will be there to support me 100%

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    1. Don't try it oh!,..
      Dude will start running away from you...

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  23. Beautiful story but poster,go and look for that girl and marry!...
    Na whom you wan leave her for?...after scattering her toto through childbirth you now ran!...
    Go and beg her abeg!...

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    1. Read properly, he has married her. They were just separated for a while

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    2. My woman dey tanda for my life, trust me a woman who gets love and care will always stay with you even when it's tough. We got back after doing the needful, we no waste time sef before we arrange small things and got back.

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  24. Wow neva a dull moment on ds blog... LRD is Bae...I trust d folder neva to be empty cos even for a woman who has experienced more than one pregnancies, d labour story will def b different.

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  25. This should be fun

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  26. menh this blog is ever bubbling lol i go enjoy this one die with different blow and slap lol

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  27. This is so interesting. see me smiling like mumu.lol.

    Stella i just hope this chronicles won't be scary o. Labour room fears and all.

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  28. Hehe, this is going to be fun. Let me go and type my own.

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  29. Lovely idea

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  30. This will be interesting....Nice one Stella.

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  31. I love you Stella!!! Will be sendind mine in soon. Yay!!

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  32. Brave young man, u sound like a good fellow.
    Stella when are you starting the happily ever after series, I want to read true romance stories, especially for singles like me. Let the singles out there know that good marriages still exist and that all men are not bad

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  33. Gleefully rubs hands together. This should b interesting

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  34. yay!Stella is bae! you are really making me enjoy my stay at home....the story make sense #aregbe is wicked
    ....re open lautech#

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  35. Nice to know that some "sane men" still exist. Better not to fornicate but when a baby is conceived, never kill.

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  36. Stella, God will bless you for this LRC. Some yet 2 be mothers, needs to gather all the information we need.thanks alot

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  37. Stella expect mine
    Funny narrative by the way

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  38. Hmmmm all ds big n small nurse for this ur story get as he be ooh, Stella nice idea,will try to send mine soon.

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  39. Brave man! I like this platform am going to send my own soon

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  40. Nice one there.

    Glad we'd not be bored with "hotel room-ish" as in WNB

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  41. Okay ooo, welcome o this new chronicles
    We hope you last long , and we pray your labour doesn't

    Welcome
    Na so them beat me ooo

    Wait for the original comment

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  42. Hahaha!

    The small nurse climbed on top her abdomen and pushed the baby out. Lmao!

    Good man. Jisike!

    Stellz, i go like read your one o.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  43. please stop the pidgin part,i lost the plot because i was struggling to read in pidgin, will send mine soonest.

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    1. so, you mean to say you don't speak pidgin? Stop the pretence please!

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  44. Wow... May God bless and keep your family

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  45. Now this blog has officially turned mummy and daddy boring blog.

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    1. πŸ™‹πŸ™‹πŸ™‹πŸ™‹πŸ™‹ off you goπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    2. Myzticzizo😊2 September 2016 at 19:49

      Boring like you. Open your blog let"s see what you can do. People like you with your head full of air will be under anonymous to type rubbish. If you are not ashamed of yourself and your consience, sign in with your ID.

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  46. To be a woman e no easy. Thank God for that

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  47. This is a real man talking, not all this fuckboys we have around...

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  48. This is interesting. Stella nice initiative. God will continue to enlarge your coast.

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  49. Yes!!!!
    πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½
    Legoooo

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  50. This means I have another mail to compose soon. Sweet pain is what I call childbirth.
    *God bless my Angel in human form*

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  51. i am in. loving this, at least i have 2 stories to write and 12 to go! ahahahah

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  52. All you peeps saying you lost the plot cos it was written in pidgin, lemmi ask you guys, are you literate atal? whoever is educated and passed thru the walls of school(no matter where) should be able to read, pronounce and decode words so far it is written in English or the language you understand. Una go just dey behave anyhow like sey una too sabi. make una dey guided oo.

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  53. I love this version of chronicles

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  54. ....and there is always that one person in the comment section to ruin the moment.....Poster...I'm happy people like you exist, a very nice narrative.
    Anon 16.12, take your time o

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  55. You are a caring man, I wish you all the best...thanks for the motivational story..

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  56. Nice story. Stella is a bae, this is very creative,thumbs up and more of God's Grace upon you.Amen.

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  57. 65 comments (as at the time of me commenting right now); 64 positive and 1 negative (anon 16:12). I don't think I've ever experienced such a majority of positive comments since I started reading this blog. Just shows that this will be a very well-received topic for discussion! Kudos Stella! ��

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  58. Stella, Na you biko. This new chronicle na Gbam !!!. I hope the useless and hopeless haters will say we are selling babies on SDK now. Thunder fire them. We making progress and getting better and they getting bitter. Carry go SDk

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  59. Okayy...this will be fun!!!....

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  60. I'm sending mine asap. Stella you will hear how ur isoko brother ran four forty when he saw the baby's head..lmao
    I love this post

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  61. #When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves*

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  62. Very nice that a man could launch this segment.Cool to read a labour room experience from a man's perspective. God bless you stella, I will surely send my labour room story when God blesses me with the fruit of the womb

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    1. Well narrated! This is gonna be fun! Loving it already. Dude u re a real man,even at that age, u tried! Real men are not just sperm donors,but taking responsibilities of the outcome. God bless&keep u both.

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  63. Its a nice concept. Pls do not dump it. This might probably erase the scary labour room myth. Where do we send it to? Ur email?

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