Baby on Board
February 9, 2013
Early on Thursday morning, just as I was getting up to start my day, Theresa asked me to work fromhome instead of going into the office. She reminded me that it might not mean anything, but she hadnoticed some signs that seemed to say that she would have the baby soon.[Read Online | Annotate | Share Your Story ]
I Think my Water Broke
There are only a handful of phrases that I can think of which I don’t want to hear as I am waking up in
Be Careful what you Wish for
When I woke up later that same Friday morning, the first thing I heard between the humming of diagnostic machines and the beeping of heart monitors was the soft cooing of a newborn baby comingfrom somewhere in the room. So, my first thought was that I had somehow slept through the entirebirth.[ Read Online | Annotate| Share Your Story ]
We had made our mad dash for the hospital at approximately 1:45 a.m., then spent the majority of therest of the morning sitting and waiting in between visits from a nurse. The only exception had been thetwenty minutes that we had spent shuffling through the corridors of the birthing center.