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Tuesday, September 06, 2016

Labour Room Drama - 6

This is too funny...Dont worry its a read for all...Sweet story indeed!






When I saw the first post on Labour Room Drama, I knew my story had to be told. In fact, the pregnancies with each of my four kids were quite eventful and filled with drama. How I met my husband sef na drama (Stella, you really should consider Chronicles on How I met my Husband).



When we were pregnant with our second child, my husband and I hung out a lot and during weekends, he would take me to a nightclub of our choice, and would dance till I was ready to go home. This was the routine until I started getting bored because I couldn't take alcohol and it seemed like he was having all the fun...I was jealous (blame the pregnancy hormones). 


When I told him to quit drinking and he wouldn't, I told him that should I need blood during labour and he was declared incapable of giving me blood because of alcohol in his blood, I was gonna divorce him. 

I no be doctor o and I don't even know if there's any such case, but รณmรณ, the thing work for me o. Darling hubby just quit alcohol immediately and stopped travelling as I was approaching my due date! A few weeks later, I went into labour at about 10pm. On our way to the hospital, na so I just dey ask my husband sey athink en nor drink any alcohol for night, and he kept swearing that he hadn't been drinking but I could see fear in his eyes. 


Okay na, as we reach hospital and dem gimme bed na so I begin swear for dem sey if anybody come near me, I go deal with am, sey na only my husband I want near me. The man sef fear. Before a nurse could check me, they would have to explain with plenty "abeg" and get my permission.

 Whenever the contractions came and DH tried to help by rubbing my waist, na so I go begin quarrel the man sey en hand too hot. In fact, nothing he did was good enough o (poor man). At some point he got frustrated and stood up to leave the room but I warned him sternly not to dare it. 


No be person tell am to pipe low o. Fast forward to 16 hours (yes, sixteen hours) later, DH no fit endure again. Na so the man just burst begin cry, na en the midwife tell am sey abeg make en go outside. 20 (twenty) hours into labour, DH begin shout, sey abeg make dem tear my belle comot the pikin make I nor die. As they called him to draw his blood in case I needed transfusion, this man burst into anoda round of serious crying o. 


I believe sey devil just wan torture am dat day. He started telling the doctor and nurses to beg me on his behalf because his marriage was over. Haa, see confusion o as dem dey try understand wetin DH dey talk. When they finally calmed him down, he called the doctor aside and confessed that when the nurse asked him to leave the labour room, as he got in the car, he saw this bottle of Red Label and, out of frustration, drank up its contents.

Then he went on to tell the doctor how I had threatened to divorce him if alcohol was found in his blood on delivery day.

 Before he could properly finish his confession however, the midwife announced that I was fully dilated and ready to push. As soon as the baby came, na anoda round of crying o. DH just hugged me tight and cried and cried and kept professing how much he loves me and would never hurt me! 

I guess he was just relieved that I wouldn't have to divorce him after all.

 To this day, the doctor, who has become a close family friend, still taunts him about that day. Did I mention that our daughter is a great dancer 
(she must've been practicing all those while DH and I went clubbing. Lol). 



I am still laughing..too funny!Good that you skipped the contraction drama and concentrated on other things.Please those sending in their stories should follow this format cos it looks like we are scaring some first time pregnant BV's which is not the intention.


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    1. I like this format and the story is bae, but it is best if all formats apply. Because people need to know what pregnancy entails. Also we learn a lot and "would be" mothers and fathers could get prepared. Those that are squeamish, so wetin una go do when una turn go come? If una dey fear scroll on to the next post jor.

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    2. My first time reading this labor room chronicles.

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    3. Woooow.
      This is really hilarious.

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    4. Woooow.
      This is really hilarious.

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  2. this is hilarious

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    1. Too hilarious actually. Dt baby go sabi cry too.


      Please can anyone help me with any video camera he or she don't t use anymore or can sell a Dslr camera for 30k. I know it's not even close but that's all i can afford for now. I really need it to kick off my online project.

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  3. Lol๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚...
    Crying man. This woman sef, your way no pure..

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    1. I swear, u just scared the poor man to death. Hehehehe.

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  4. WOW!!! I enjoyed this story, no contraction drama...so funny. Stells, that 'how i met my husband' post will make sense oooooo *wink*

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  5. Una try oo..married couples going to night clubs should better stop.Why inviting strange spirits to your home?

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    1. Hmmmn...won tun ti de.....Anon Onise....so u can't invite spirit from all ur mogbomoya waka ehn...run along joor
      #PAM ๐Ÿ‘„ #

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    2. World people "iyaff" come.

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    3. Hian! Are you for real? Hubby and I still go to club, and you don't wanna imagine the sex after.

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    4. Strange spirits? So clubbing is a way of inviting strange spirits. Wetin I no hear or read.

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    5. Mind your biz, if it works for them fine.

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    6. Spirikoko una don start abi! Am gettn Married nxt by his grace bt Hubby n I will club wella..Nobdy wants a boring marriage..And Yes am a Christian,,na una type dey send in chronicles

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    7. So to club with le boo now inctites strange spirit?

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    8. Shut up joor. Wats bad there. Dont you know it spices up marriage? If you like dont follow ur hubby to club. Allow him go with younger babes.Sanctimonious fool.

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    9. Nne dearies,no be spririkoko anythin.I clubbed wel before i got married and had to weigh the pros and cons of night clubs.Was she not iinhaling carbonmonoxide,her hubby seeing almost naked ladies and the world songs.MADAM STOP CLUBBING,EVEN YOUR HUSBAND WAS TRAVELING FOR IT.

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    10. BiaAnon you get malaria? Abeg swerve.na your husband? Abi na your leg them take dance for club? Crying more than the bereaved.

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  6. Interesting.

    God Bless Everyone.

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    1. Hahahahahahaha....your hubby is so sweet
      I agree o @"how I met my hubby" series
      I'm so scared of the labour room....jeeez
      Once I saw a lady crowning...I just fled

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  7. lol... I laughed all through. Your hubby is a real drama queen. God keep blessing your marriage

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  8. Lol.....your hubby Na better person, see as fear grip the guy.

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  9. hehehe...this story cracked me up...nice one poster.

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  10. Lol... Such a beautiful story but I wish most of our Nigerian Doctors and Nurses can be very patient with pregnant women...

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  11. Never profess negatively. You professed negative that was why they had to extract blood in case of emergency.

    Thank God for you

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  12. Lol, funny story. Na dis kain story I dey like o jare.. Nor be d type wey go dey make u fear to enter labour room. ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„

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  13. You are funny madam!
    See true confession part 1

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  14. i rily enjoyed the story. i love such men

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  15. Awww! Eeyahh! Poor dh.

    Your story is interesting, truly.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  16. When I know say my wife no fit get liver ask for divorce. When I know say if she asks for divorce ns she got de suffer emotionally and physically pass me. When I know say if my wife ask for divorce and can beat missing me, I can as well bear missing her, when I know say me and my wife need each other equally. Ameen say when I know all these things and my wife equally knows them too, dem no born am make she treathen me with divorce just to have me where she wants me.
    Congratulations on your safe delivery and enjoy your husband.

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  17. Lol. I so much enjoyed this story unlike the previous ones that scares me to death!

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  18. Your husband is really a nice man, may God bless your union.

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  19. No Stella those contraction side of the story is even what I love to know about the labour room chronicle. Please keep it coming and flowing, one man's meat is another man's poison. Just enjoying myself with all of this stories and gaining one or two things from them.

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  20. Lmaooo. I was just picturing the scenario .I love this story

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  21. This is more like it. Haahahahahahahahaha

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  22. hmmmmmm nice.

    This rain should stop jare. I am hungry

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  23. Lol your hubby is so adorable, crying up and down

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  24. Hehehehe.....just cant stop laffin. I pray I will laff like this after my own experience.

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  25. hahahahahhahahaha you be really case study sha, nice one i enjoyed it.
    me i know hubby will have to be there to see the whole process so that when time reach to raise the pikin he will understand how far.
    some husbands no just get head sha, na so my former neighbor leave him wife for hospital during childbirth go dey drink for one bar oooh,the wife younger sister,his elder and i had to go look for him ooh, we meet him a bar his, elder sister out of anger gave him better resounding slap to reset his head. see how he came back to his senses ehn, he paid all the bills, bought beverages, food stuff and plenty baby things that day.it was as if the slap just wipe the juju wey been dey him head before. dude became all lovey dovey with wify ehn that we were so astonished. this was a man who never cared if his wife has eaten while she was pregnant oooh.
    well it made us realized that his sister was the only one who could treat his fhuckups as she was the one who practically raised him up, one will think she is his mother sef as she is way older than him.today his wify just have to threaten him when he starts misbehaving by saying she will report him to his sister and viola!! dude is back on track.
    thank God for all the good husbands in this blog.




    *hangs leg on the window*



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    1. Lmao! Thank God for such SILs.

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  26. Hahahaha... Ur hubby Na nice guy oo.. some will deny even at that point

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  27. awwwhh your cry cry husby.....d drama dat comes with labour eeh...God save mi oo biko am scard mbok!

    One day i had to ask my mum how pikin dey come out from our tiny pus*y...dat i dnt want to push oooo....lolzz she was now like its very easy oh i shuldnt be scared,that d pus*y will be elastic at that point...she just wan calm mi down
    labour dey scary biko!

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  28. Lol. ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€. Madam you try o.

    Anyways it was worth it.

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  29. Nice one poster!

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  30. hahahaha ds poster u b case...God bless ur home o Jare. U n ur hubby must b d playful type.

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  31. Kwakwakwakwakwa in queen's voice

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  32. Nice story... Continue to enjoy your marriage.




    Stella, chop knuckle ๐Ÿ‘Š

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  33. Wow..interesting.. ur hubby thou..I admire such men who has utmost respect for their wives ..I pray God bless me with the best man for me ..kisses to ur talented dancer baby..

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  34. Scaring them ke! I don't think so, I think we are getting them prepared. Always good to have an idea and to be prepared for the worse. The end justifies the means and at the end, holding your baby takes all pain away. Besides, have you ever thought of it that you're not the only one in pain on that day, the baby is also in pain, cos while you're struggling to push him/her out he/she is also struggling to pass through a tiny hole. Why do you think babies are massaged/pressed with hot water after delivery.
    *God bless my Angel in human form*

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  35. Nice one ur DH must really be a fun person to be around. May God bless your beautiful family

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  36. Interesting, man and Labour room drama. Stop my hubby from entering Labour room after my first, will send my own soon.

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  37. Lol... nice story.Funny and interesting.

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  38. omo ur dh d buzz allow him nah...xum girls can b xo demandn eh....mak una no born again ooo two is ok...

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  39. Interesting. Men and Labour room drama. Stop my hubby from entering labour room after my first, crying like a baby.

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  40. Ur hubby na drama king and u na drama queen

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  41. Nice story.But someone should have donated for you before your EDD irrespective of mode of delivery(vaginal or abdominal).

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  42. ๐Ÿ˜‚ hahahahaha Madame your story really crack me up, God bless your home.

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  43. Stella d stella dey tin just dey sweet u for body as u dey talk am for ur mind u dey drink fanta $ sugar cane. OAO

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  44. Stella Is a bea

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  45. Lol. So funny. May God continue to bless your home.

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  46. Stella let them tell their stories without restriction please. It will help alot of us.
    Not everyone's contraction story is a scary one you know, as a matter of fact, my friend still believes there's no such thing as "killing pain" during labour. She's had two kids and in the two delivery, even the doctor was angry when he saw her in the labour room because she didn't look like someone in labour.

    well, she says labour pain to her, is like menstrual pain which she is already used to, so no cause for drama.

    I am sure there are people like her on this blog too, please let them tell their stories without "sugar coating", we will all learn a thing or two... like yesterday, I Google "vagina ripening" and I was stunned. I had no idea misopristol was used for anything other than an abortion, but thanks to that lady's story.

    If you are scared,stay away from the post and read omugwo chronicles or WNB.

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  47. See confession but stop saying negative stuff, see how the Devil nearly played you. Guard your heart and mouth women.

    Interesting.

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  48. LOOOOOOOOOL.

    Poster you remind me of my friend. Bae and her husband went partying a lot even up to 8 months of her pregnancy, she must never feel bored in marriage o.

    god bless your home and remember all the fruitful women waiting in His vineyard

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  49. hahhahaha, poster you are very funny saying your daughter is a great dancer cos of the clubbing you did with your DH.

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  50. HAHAHAH nice story...my husband slept of in d labour room o while i was in the delivery room after walking up and down to bring one thing or the other..

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  51. Nice one. Your hubby is a cry baby sha

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  52. I laughed all through!! Nice read.

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  53. Yay, thanks Stella for publishing my story. I'll send DH a link now and, hopefully, make him an SDK fan! I hope this doesn't make him cry too. Never met a man who looked so tough and yet is so emotional. In fact, my marriage is one roller coaster of drama, and I wouldn't want it any other way!

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    1. You sef you enjoy the drama and your the one who spurns it. Hopefully he knows

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  54. Enter your comment...Awww.. Looking forward to share mine.

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