The birth story of Oscar 

Baby Oscar is now a week old. I can't believe it – where has that week gone? I thought it was about time I shared my birth story. It's such a different story to my one with Zach which was a planned csection due to him being breech! I had been wishing to get a vbac birth this time and that wish came true. So here goes! 

Thursday 15th was my due date. I hadn't been feeling any signs that baby was going to come and I was convinced that he was going to make me wait and keep me wondering whether I was going to end up with another csection since I didn't want to be induced.  I couldn't have been more wrong! 

Everything started out as normal – I dropped Zach off at nursery, went back home, hoovered, cleaned out the stinky green (food waste) wheelie bin and sat down at my laptop to do a spot of blogging which was basically me writing my 40 week update, convinced that I'd be seeing the midwife the next day which would be included in the update. 

It got to lunchtime and I started to feel some twinges that were like light period pains. I had myself some lunch of marmite crumpets and chocolate milkshake and the twinges continued. The other half called me from work and I told him that I was having 'feelings' but that it was probably nothing. 

Over the course of the next couple of hours the pains were getting stronger, moving from the feeling of light period pains to heavy ones. I also went to the toilet and there was a tiny bit of pink in my discharge which I thought may be me starting to lose my plug. I was timing the pains on an app and they seemed to be around 15 minutes apart although every now and then there'd be a random one which would mix things up a bit! I phoned the other half to tell him that it was getting stronger and then called my mum to let her know in case I needed her to get Zach from nursery. 

At just after 4pm, with me having to now breathe through the pain and the minutes between each one getting significantly lesser, I had finally convinced myself that these were contractions and that it may be happening. I called the other half and told him that it might be worth coming home and I called my mum to ask her to pick Zach up from nursery. I then called my sister so she was in the loop and as by this point I was a little bit scared since I was home on my own, she really helped to calm me down telling me to phone the hospital and to keep breathing!

At 5.30 my mum arrived back with Zach and then at 6 the other half arrived home.  We decided that seeing as I was having what were now obvious contractions, it would be best for mum to take Zach to hers for the night. By this point, my contractions were about 6-7 minutes apart and growing with intensity but when I'd earlier phoned the hospital, they'd said they didn't want to see me until they were 3 minutes apart for 2 hours! So there was me thinking that I had ages ahead of me. I popped my Tens machine on (which I had tested the night before!) and sat on my birthing ball.

With Zach gone to his nannie's, I got the other half to phone the local cab company to make sure that they would take me to the hospital and was relieved when they said yes! We then decided to have some dinner so he cooked pie and mash while I was in the front room on my birthing ball dealing with the contractions. They were down to about 5 minutes apart by the time dinner was on the table! I thoroughly enjoyed my dinner but then it all happened.  The contractions upped their game and suddenly I had 3 really strong ones within the space of a few minutes!! I also mentioned on a Facebook group that I could feel a lot of pressure on my bum and they told me I needed to get to hospital. The other half was a bit apprehensive because of what the hospital said earlier but I was now really scared so I made him phone them. They asked the usual questions and when they I answered yes to the pressure on the bum one, they told me to go in. Contractions were coming thick and fast now! 

The other half asked how I wanted to get to hospital and phoned my sister to see if she was around but with her being a good 25 minute drive away, I told him I wanted a cab and I wanted it now! So he quickly got me a cab, told them the situation and there was one with us in minutes. Thankfully he was the best cab driver ever and had been in that situation several times. He drove at speed up the country road and got us to the hospital in about 15 minutes, with me having contractions all the way. When I got out of the car I had another massive one and had to lean against a lamppost.  A woman who had just finished her shift came running from a car asking if I wanted her to go in and get me a wheelchair but the contraction subsided and I walked into the hospital. We were buzzed into the labour ward when another massive contraction got me and I was screaming in the corridor. Some midwives came round the corner and immediately knew who I was from the earlier phone calls. They whisked a wheelchair out which was really uncomfortable to sit in, and wheeled me into the assessment room. 

When I got in the room, I stood up against the bed for another contraction. They asked me what I was feeling and I told them I needed to push. They told me not to until they'd assessed me so as soon as that contraction was over, they had a feel and were shocked to find that I was fully dilated and ready to go! So on the next contraction I was allowed to push.  They asked me if I wanted them to move me to a delivery room and I said I didn't care, I just needed to get baby out! So in between the next two contractions they moved me, popped my feet onto the stirrups and it was all hands on deck. 

They told me that baby was desperate to get out and that I needed to get on with the job in hand as baby was in a bit of distress. Because I hadn't had a wee for a couple of hours, they had to use an in out catheter to get rid of my urine. Then on the next push my waters exploded! Like proper exploded – I heard the pop and the gasps! 

I continued to push with every contraction but it was exhausting and I was struggling because they were so regular. I said at one point that I couldn't do it, I didn't have the strength. They all said I could do it and that I needed to because baby had had a poo. Suddenly I knew that I had to get this baby out.

The registrar tried to use the suction cup to help which was absolute bloody agony and didn't work! They then decided that I needed an episiotomy and forceps to help get baby out. His head was there but it couldn't get through and so with a tiny little bit of help, on the next push his head came and on the next one the rest of him came. It wasn't until afterwards that I even knew I had been cut or that they'd had to use forceps – I had at that point of pushing, gone off to some other world!! 

It turned out that baby had his head the wrong way and was facing upwards rather than sideways which according to the registrar, is the hardest birth to get through and that I did really bloody good to get him out on gas and air! 

The timeframe between my waters breaking and baby being delivered was 22 whole minutes and he arrived at 22.39. He was delivered straight onto my tummy so we had instant skin to skin which was just beautiful because I didn't get that with Zach. It was such an emotional moment and one of massive relief. It's such a different feeling to a csection. No less emotional, no less relief, just a bit different! 


They then cut the chord and whisked him to the side and I realised I hadn't heard him cry so immediately panicked. Then a few seconds later he cried and it was so relieving. They passed him back to me and I sat cuddling him while the placenta was delivered (I took the injection), and then it was time to stitch me up so they took him away to weigh and do whatever else they needed to do. 

The stitching up was agonising.  It was more painful than the ruddy birth and I was breathing heavily on the gas and air. The registrar could see that I was in agony and offered to take me to theatre for a spinal but I very kindly refused and told him to just keep going.  There was no way I was managing a natural labour and then going into theatre for the stitches. No way! He took absolutely ages to stitch me up because he wanted to get it perfect! I was very grateful but god it hurt! Once he was done, the midwives cleaned me up and then left us to recover a bit. They needed to monitor me because of the poo and also because I had lost more blood from the episiotomy than I should have done and they needed to make sure that I didn't need a transfusion so would be doing blood tests a bit later and monitor me for 12 hours. 

A while later the midwife came back and asked if I felt ready to have a shower so they could move me to postnatal and I said yes. How wrong was I! As I walked supported into the bathroom, I said to the other half that I felt dizzy and I fainted! I remember hearing him say that I was fainting and then just remember being sat on the floor. I came round really quickly and they helped me back to bed where they re-took my blood pressure and found it had dropped massively. They then checked it a few minutes later and it was back to normal again so it was just a reaction to the shock of such a quick labour, the loss of blood and getting up too quick! They left me for a fair while until the midwife came back and needed me to try and pee as I hadn't been since they used the catheter. I went to the toilet without fainting but didn't manage to pee so they had to do another in out catheter and said I had until 11am to pee so I drank loads of water! I managed to have a shower and by 7am I was transferred to the postnatal ward where I was then successful in going to the toilet. 


They mentioned that I might have to stay in overnight which was really annoying but then suddenly (after I'd had more blood tests), while the other half had gone for a bacon sarnie in the cafe, a midwife came along and said we were being discharged! Of course it took hours and we finally got the discharge papers at 3pm when they were happy that I didn't need a transfusion and that I didn't have an infection. My mum was already on her way up with Zach and the baby car seat so when they arrived we were ready to be taken home. Zach came bundling into the ward and immediately was up on the bed looking at his new little brother. That was the best moment for me. Totally emotional. 

And that was my birth story. It was fast, it was dramatic and it was a wee bit scary but I am so bloody proud of myself for doing it. I got my vbac and I got another beautiful baby boy – Oscar. 


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  • Reply Katy (What Katy Said)

    Oh Lisa. Thank god you went in when you did- told you didn't I?!! Sobbing here, you did so brilliantly!!! Not the calmest of births haha but you did it!! Mwah mwah mwah!!!! xxxx

    September 22, 2016 at 3:56 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      I still can't believe that it happened so quickly and that I was literally minutes away from having to potentially push in a taxi!! If I have any more (unlikely) I will be up that hospital on the first contraction haha!!! Thank you so much though lovely, it was an experience to say the least!! xx

      September 22, 2016 at 8:15 pm
  • Reply Elaine @ Entertaining Elliot

    Oh Lisa, this made me cry!!! Big congratulations, he is so gorgeous and what a woman you are, amazing!! I love the first pic of you and him, I kept my emotions in check til I saw that!! Well done lovely xxx

    September 22, 2016 at 5:13 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you so much! It was a bit of an intense experience but so worth it to have my beautiful boy here! xx

      September 22, 2016 at 8:16 pm
  • Reply Farmerswifeandmummy

    Oh I have tears in my eyes. What a beautiful story. So glad you got your vbac you did so well. Lots of love to you all xx

    September 22, 2016 at 5:30 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thank you so much lovely! I am so glad that I got to experience a natural birth – even if it was ruddy hellish at the time hehe!! xx

      September 22, 2016 at 8:17 pm
  • Reply Taryn (3littleladiesandme)

    Well done! You're amazing! Be so proud of yourself. How lovely to have documented this while it's all so fresh in your mind. Your baby boy is just beautiful x

    September 22, 2016 at 7:15 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you! It's funny because I wrote Zach's birth story a couple of years after it happened but it was so simple and always in my mind. Even with writing this a week after Oscar's birth there were bits that I couldn't quite remember! I guess it was so different and for some of it I don't even remember it happening haha! Such a special moment to have written down though! xx

      September 22, 2016 at 8:19 pm
  • Reply Angela Watling

    Sounds like it was quite an experience. You did so well to cope with the contractions getting so strong so quickly. My friends said they found the stitches the most painful part too (I'd had to have spinal so didn't feel them). But I don't blame you for just wanting to grit your teeth through them. So glad that Oscar arrived safe and well (and that you didn't have to spend a night on the ward!).

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    September 22, 2016 at 8:27 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thanks lovely – it’s nice to hear that it wasn’t me being a wimp with the stitches!!

      September 23, 2016 at 9:22 pm
  • Reply jeremy@thirstydaddy

    congrats again Lisa

    September 23, 2016 at 2:28 am
  • Reply Anna Brophy

    Oh you got me sooking. It is such an amazing miracle. He is beautiful. xxx

    September 23, 2016 at 3:09 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you lovely – he is pretty special! xx

      September 23, 2016 at 9:23 pm
      • Reply Mummy Muckups (Anna)

        And back to cry all over again with #TwinklyTuesday. Beautiful photos to share. x

        September 27, 2016 at 6:26 am
  • Reply Kate / Pouting In Heels

    Oh Lisa!! What an emotional but beautiful post. Well done Mama, you did it, even if it was all a bit fast and scary at times! And to come on his due date too, what a little star. Oscar is absolutely gorgeous, you must be so proud. Hope you're both doing well.  X

    September 23, 2016 at 5:40 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you so much Kate – it was all a little bit wow! I definitely won’t be paying attention to midwives if we ever have any more children. To think that I only just made it before I needed to push!! So proud of me and baby boy!! xx

      September 23, 2016 at 9:26 pm
  • Reply the frenchie mummy

    What a lovely name! And look at this gorgeous little fellow! Starting with the good stuff…

    My pauvre chérie! You had it all. And I was complaining about my birth!!! But you made it and you look so happy in the pic! Well done fab mama! Wish you a fast recovery after so many emotions. Hope you and your family are all good. Can't wait to read the update!  a lot of xxxx #twinklytuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 7:27 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thanks so much – the recovery has been a tad harder than I wanted but I am getting there! We are all good and settling into the new normal! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:05 pm
  • Reply Kirsten Toyne

    I have tears in my eyes. The picture of you with you together for the first time really choked me up. What am amazing thing childbirth is. I am awe struck everytime I hear a birth story. Well done to you. Can't quite believe they asked for you to come in so late. I would have had my second son at home if I had waited for two hours. Like you second baby was really quick. 

    September 27, 2016 at 7:38 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      I know – thank goodness I listened to my body – it would have been so much scarier at home! Thanks so much lovely 🙂 xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:08 pm
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    September 27, 2016 at 7:38 am
  • Reply Kat

    What an emotional story! Despite the quickness and being a challenge I'm glad you got the VBAC you wanted. It must have been lovely seeing the two brothers together for the first time! #twinklytuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 7:50 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thank you so much! It was a very special moment 🙂 xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:08 pm
  • Reply Coombe Mill

    What an absolute darling little boy! So many congratulations Lisa and well done on a great birth, amazing what your body can withstand and it sounds like it was just as well yu had a little help at the end even though you didn't know about it! So happy for you. I hope he is now doing really well and you are coping too. #TwinklyTuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 9:38 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thanks so much Fiona! It definitely amazed me that my body did that! I am doing well now, it's been a difficult couple of weeks but I am getting there! xxx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:12 pm
  • Reply Fran Back With a Bump

    What a beautiful birth story and I can't believe you've managed to find the time to write this and still host! So glad you got a natural birth even if it was bloody painful! I can't believe how quick it was, you trooper! I needed a catheter to get the placenta out as my bladder was so full it was restricting the placenta delivery. It was vile and I ended up with a nasty water infection so glad you escaped unscathed! Congratulations again! #twinklytuesday 

    September 27, 2016 at 9:46 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Oh it's amazing the things we have to go through isn't it. I had a catheter when I had Zach but I was pretty numb so I didn't really know about it! As for the writing…baby sleeps a lot and the other half is still at home with us hehe!! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:22 pm
  • Reply Muma on the Edge

    Ahhhhh chick you have given me tears!! 

    How emotionaly, huge congratualtyions to you, and what a gorgeous bundle he is. 

    I love that first pic of you and baby Oscar, raw emotion, I love it!! 

    So looking forward to all of the progress posts now.. 

    Big love, 

    'Blogging Auntie'!! Hehe



    September 27, 2016 at 9:54 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you! There is another photo a bit like that which shows utter relief on my face. I just couldn't post it though…it was just a bit too raw hehe! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:24 pm
  • Reply Becky at PinksCharming

    Oh wow you did so well, congratulations! I found the stitches were worse than the birth, absolutely hideous and took forever. I'm so glad you got the vbac you wanted and it was so quick! xx #TwinklyTuesday

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    September 27, 2016 at 10:49 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thanks so much lovely – I was so relieved! Glad I'm not the only one who found the stitches the worst…it still makes me wince now!! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:26 pm
  • Reply Rhian Harris

    Feeling emosh reading this! Well done for listening to your body and making the right decisions! #twinklytuesdays 

    September 27, 2016 at 11:00 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you so much!! I am glad I listened! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:28 pm
  • Reply The Tale of Mummyhood

    Ah bless you!  What lovely pictures and lovely memories.  Congratulations!



    September 27, 2016 at 12:40 pm
  • Reply OddHogg

    Piglet was a forceps delivery too. I had an epidural though so thankfully I didn't feel the stitches. Although it was a bit fast and furious it sounds like a lovely birth. congratulations #twinklytuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 12:40 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thank you very much! What with the stitching and the bruising, it's been a tad hard recovery but I'm getting there! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:31 pm
  • Reply Sarah

    Congratulations lovely. You did so well.

    That second photo though, I remember those EXACT emotions! ^_^

    September 27, 2016 at 1:37 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you! I do love that photo! There is another which has pure relief on my face! Such a special moment! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:33 pm
  • Reply Megan

    Ahh congratulations 🙂 this has made me well up! I love that picture of you holding him when he was first born. So lovely and emotional. Glad all went well (if it was a bit of a dramatic, speedy delivery!) he is lovely x #twinklytuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 1:56 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thanks so much! So glad that I managed to get him out 🙂 xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:35 pm
  • Reply Morgan Prince

    Oh wow, congratulations honey!!! This reminds me so much of my labour with LP and his birth. It too was very quick and he was born within 30 minutes of me reaching the delivery suite! The stuff afterwards (me losing blood etc) was a lot more complicated and I won't go into it in the comments. This post made me cry a little, I'm so happy for you hun and glad you and your little one are well.


    September 27, 2016 at 1:56 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you! I lost loads of blood too but thankfully didn't need any transfused! It must be horrible for the after bit to be more complicated than the actual birth. Quick labours are obviously very good…even if they are a little scary! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:38 pm
  • Reply Caroline (Becoming a SAHM)

    Wow, definitely fast and definitely dramatic! So pleased you got the vbac you hold for and even with all the drama it sounds like an amazing experience xxx

    September 27, 2016 at 2:20 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thank you! It was pretty amazing now I can think back to it without being horrified by it all haha!!! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:41 pm
  • Reply My Petit Canard

    Awww Lisa, well done and congrats again! What a lovely story. So glad you got the birth you wanted the second time round, you did so well. Reading your story brought a little tear to my eye and reminded me of our little guys arrival into the world 🙂 Emily

    September 27, 2016 at 2:45 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thanks lovely! I was so chuffed that I managed to have him naturally even though half way through there was part of me that wanted a csection haha!! xx

      September 27, 2016 at 4:42 pm
  • Reply Jaki

    Ok I *may* have something in my eye about now!! What a fast old birth that was and well done for going for it with gas and air – your stitches story brings back some memories for me!! I'm so pleased everything went well, you did a fabulous job and he is simply beautiful. Congratulations once again. Xx #twinklytuesday

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    September 27, 2016 at 3:19 pm
  • Reply Mummascribbles

    Thank you – I don't think there was time for any other drug haha! They barely got me into the room with gas and air in time! The stitches make me wince but the after pain is slowly going! xx

    September 27, 2016 at 4:44 pm
  • Reply five little doves

    Oh gosh that first photo of you holding him broke me!! How utterly precious is that, I remember that feeling as though it was yesterday, holding them for the first time, how gorgeous that you caught that on film.


    September 27, 2016 at 6:42 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      I think the first thing I said to Dean after I'd just given birth was, get the bloody camera out!! It's my fave photo of the whole event!! 

      October 3, 2016 at 10:13 pm
  • Reply Claire

    Wow, what a story! I will write about my birth experiences one day but they were pretty stressful and i'm just not ready yet. Thanks for sharing xx #twinklytuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 7:05 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww they really do bring the memories flooding back! I am glad I have both of mine documented 🙂 x

      October 3, 2016 at 10:14 pm
  • Reply Kerry Gibbons

    Wow that was quick! Love the fact your other half was cooking pie and mash while you were having contractions! Oscar is absolutely gorgeous, congratulations to you all x #twinklytuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 8:10 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Haha, it was a damn good dinner too…thoroughly enjoyed it 🙂 x

      October 3, 2016 at 10:15 pm
  • Reply Joanna Smith

    Omg Finley was back-to-back birth too and it's unreal compared to a 'usual' birth so really well done to you!! And massive congratulations as well .ca #twinklytuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 8:51 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you! Nice to hear that from someone else who has given birth that way!! xx

      October 3, 2016 at 10:19 pm
  • Reply teacuptoria

    Wow! That was quick! And a natural birth?! You are a flippin super star Lisa 🙂 No wonder you fainted though! I'm so pleased for you and hope you're doing well. Tor xx #TwinklyTuesday

    September 27, 2016 at 9:12 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Haha thank you! Still can't believe I fainted!!! xx

      October 3, 2016 at 10:21 pm
  • Reply Tracey Abrahams

    You did brilliantly. I had a similar birth experience with my first and totally know what you mean by being away with the fairies by the time he was actually born.

    He is a gorgeous little man x


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    September 27, 2016 at 10:49 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you! It was such a weird feeling being away with the fairies…I could hear what was going on but that's it!! x

      October 3, 2016 at 10:22 pm
  • Reply mummy here and there

    Oh how lovely and he is scrumptious – congratulations X #twinklyTuesday

    September 28, 2016 at 9:49 am
  • Reply Cherry Newby

    What a lovely story – he is such a gorgeous chap and I'm so impressed that you are already back and blogging! Well done and huge congratulations. #twinklytuesday

    September 28, 2016 at 9:52 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Thank you! The blogging is very much hit and miss at the moment!!! xx

      October 3, 2016 at 10:25 pm
  • Reply Cathryn - Little Paper Swans

    Oh congrats again. A very similar birth story to mine although my wasn't that quick. 

    He's just gorgeous and I know need another baby haha! 



    September 28, 2016 at 10:00 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Haha…oops…sorry! He is so delicious though!! xx

      October 3, 2016 at 10:25 pm
  • Reply Emma Plus Three

    Oh so lovely! I'm glad you got your VBAC. Congratulations again x #twinklytuesday

    September 28, 2016 at 1:37 pm
  • Reply mackenzie glanville

    I am so thrilled that not only do you ahve your healthy baby boy, but also you got the birth you were hoping for. I too have experienced both births, both my girls were natrual and my son was a c-section. I found recovering from a natrual birth so much easier, but all 3 births were just as miraculous and specail, just differnt like you say. He is beautiful and I LOVE your name choice! Congrats beautiful, may you and your boys alwasy know laughter, love and happiness XXOO #TwinklyTuesday 

    October 1, 2016 at 4:48 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thank you lovely. Still recovering but feeling much better now! I jst have to remember to take it easy which is easier said than done! Still, my lady area likes to tell me when I've done too much haha!! x

      October 3, 2016 at 10:27 pm
  • Reply Crummy Mummy

    Goodness what a drama! If I'd waited for my contractions to be three minutes apart for two hours my second would have been born at home. You just know when it's time to go! #twinklytuesday

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    October 2, 2016 at 12:41 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Haha me too! So glad I listened to my body – really did only just make it!! xx

      October 3, 2016 at 10:28 pm
  • Reply Mudpie Fridays

    Awww congratulations! I've still never read a birth story that wants a tiny bit scary. Thank goodness you got him out quickly well done you. I am so impressed with the lack of pain relief. He's gorgeous huni. Snap with the two boys and a lovely name xx #twinklytuesday xx 

    October 2, 2016 at 9:15 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      There was no time for any other pain relief…I reckon I'd have been screaming for an epidural otherwise haha!!! xx

      October 3, 2016 at 10:29 pm
  • Reply absolutely prabulous

    Oh my goodness I can't turn around with coming across another blogger who's just given birth! It's in the air. I had scheduled c-sections with all 3 and pathetic as this sounds, take my hat off to anyone that does natural birth. It's my biggest phobia. So well done you. Goodness me, the fainting…meanwhile I almost fainted just reading about your stiches. Jeez you're hardcore. My youngest sis had her second child this morning actually. She'd been climbing the walls as the baby was so very overdue and after all that, he arrived in 20 minutes flat! You ladies rock. #twinklytuesday

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    October 3, 2016 at 8:11 pm
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Haha I totally take my hat off too! I so wanted to shout, just give me a csection!! Still so proud of myself – and still in pain from it all!!! xx

      October 3, 2016 at 10:31 pm
  • Reply Erin

    Congratulations on your beautiful baby boy!!!

    October 8, 2016 at 1:31 pm
  • Reply Poppy Reflects

    Beautiful birth story.. I've looked through all your other updates on him and he is just gorgeous. Getting a big boy now! X

    November 4, 2016 at 10:44 am
    • Reply Mummascribbles

      Aww thanks! He really is getting big far too quickly! x

      November 6, 2016 at 10:29 am

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