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thread: Things you said while in Labour

  1. #19
    *Yvette* Guest

    That's hysterical Beckles. Definately transition talk, but so calm.

    Hope I get babies again this time too, but I'm told they'll start to feel like a basket of puppies soon.

    Hope you get your VBAC Divvy, I'm wondering what you would say.


  2. #20
    BellyBelly Life Subscriber

    Oct 2003
    Forestville NSW
    8,944

    LOL I had some good ones, I was screaming in my head at one point (gas) and then looked at DH and erupted "EPIDURAL!" lmao, the midwife said, "thats not in her birth plan" and DH said, well it is now....

    Then when I was taken to theatre for the c/s I said: I can feel that.

    I can feel that
    I CAN FEEL THAT

    STOP CUTTING ME!

    oh, not I can't feel that anymore 8-[

  3. #21
    Breastfeeding mummy extraordinaire

    Sep 2004
    Sydney's Norwest
    4,954

    With Joel I was pretty quiet I think. I did have his dad in the headlock though. Brandon can't remember that much either. Noah had a planned c section so no labour there.

    Tehya on the other hand was a very vocal labour.

    We varied from the usual owwwwwwwwwww

    it hurts
    i'm gonna spew
    i need to poo
    i need to push

    then we got down to business
    [email protected]*!**#!
    I'm ripping (crowning and head delivery obviously)

    I know there was heaps more, when I played back my birth tape I even annoyed myself with the noise I made 8-[

    Take care
    Trish

  4. #22
    *Yvette* Guest

    Lol Trish. I was gonna put 'I need to poo' but then deleted it.

  5. #23
    Breastfeeding mummy extraordinaire

    Sep 2004
    Sydney's Norwest
    4,954

    Your funny Yvette. I wonder how many girls have said it but not put it down. Given the fact that I had impacted bowels it's no wonder I was saying it #-o


    Take care
    Trish

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