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how was your DH/DP during your labour?


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#51 Charlotte84

Posted 18 March 2011 - 02:04 PM

With DD1 he was so worried about me and my health that I felt sorry for the doctor (he kept interigating him) however to me he was just a rock and did everything right.

DS - again he was pretty good however our fridge in my room was full of jack daniel cans which the midwife did make a comment on (in a funny way)

DD2 - I know he freaked out a little bit with this one when it got to emergancy as I had to have the pethodine and he freaked about him having to make the decisons.

DD3 & 4 back to how he was with DS (again with a fridge full of JD's)




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