Delivery

So I knew what date my section was and everything. A few things concerned me about the c-section. I was worried about not being able to eat after midnight- I know my priorities are skewed, and the epidural- too many horror stories. I was very calm for someone going under and wasn’t remotely nervous. 

We arrived the hospital by 5.45am for the 8am surgery. I can only say my medical team was phenomenal- the nurses were coocoo and the Doctors were even worse. They took bets on the genders of the twins before and in the operating room. The anesthesiologist was a joker x20…they pretty much did all to make me feel comfortable.

I got my epidural and the ball got rolling- they brought my husband in right then- after they checked with a surgical knife to make sure I couldn’t feel the incision. Hubby sat at my head and the anesthesiologist keep joking about me being Jesus on the cross to make sure I was conscious. We got off with the surgery at 8.15am or so. By 8.25 am they announced the birth of Baby A after I felt a slight tug…I was talking to my husband- I really dont remember about what and they yelled she’s a girl…then I didn’t hear her cry I got worried😂….8.26am I felt another big tug again from my right side and then shoulder pain and they yelled Baby B is another beautiful girl…less than a minute later both my baby girls were crying their lungs off and I didn’t know when i started crying. They brought both babies and placed them directly on my chest as they went about closing me up.

The jokes continued lol. Almost everyone lost their bets. They moved babies with hubstar to my recovery room and stitiched me up for an hour (Bikini worthy stitching) or so and transferred me back to my recovery room where my new family was waiting for me. I fed both my babies and dozed off. Lol. All i wanted was food but they refused to give me food as for 24 hours I couldnt keep it down.

I will say June 28th is the day that forever changed my life in that I am duty bound to three people now – the husband and the awesome twosome. I am grateful for the opportunity to have been able to birth my children under some of the best circumstances in good health and God’s favor. 

Can I say I am pleased with our decision to spend the first five hours alone without sending any pictures etc. Our moms came in at that point and dads got video calls etc. As soon as one picture was put out, I saw the social media updates and it reminded me why I wanted the privacy the first few hours. I understand people celebrating with us, but sometimes I think we tend to overshare.

While I have been able to experience motherhood firsthand and I am enjoying it sans the sleepless nights (pampers boxes last a week as I have the pleasure of changing 14 diapers daily at a minimum and we run through two cans of enfamil a week) I won’t be talking much more about babies unless when revelant to a said topic. The blog wont turn into a mommy and me site, neither will I force pictures on any of us or open an instagram page just to dress them up and take pictures.

My 2 day olds

27 Comments on Delivery

  1. Wow…..congrats pynk!
    God bless Ur family

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  2. Wow congrats Pynk, cuties. Thanks for sharing wish you the best with all the diaper changes lol. But 14 diapers a day is wonderful

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  3. Congrats once again miss pynk. Beautiful babies….I was just smiling all through the 4 posts. God bless your home ma’am.

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  4. Tear drops
    Congratulations OAD
    May their days be blessed

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  5. Congratulations!

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  6. Congrats dear, your angels are sooo cute for ages(please can I carry them small). LOL at last two sentences, I’m happy for you, yaaaay$!

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  7. Congrats Ms pynk

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  8. Congrats Ms Pynk! Your story just flooded my mind with the C-section memory of the birth of my daughter in February. I thought I was the only one who cried once I heard her cry. It’s such an emotional moment and I felt really proud at that moment.
    I wish your family and your babies great bonding and all the love and happiness there is. And Yes to that bikini sewing. Four months, and mine has almost faded out even though it’s already almost at the pubic bone.

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  9. Congratulations, dear! God’s blessings are upon you all.

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  10. Awww, congrats. God bless you and your family. Are they identical?

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  11. Congratulations Miss Pynk… so I guessed right, lol. Welcome beautiful ones,you will be a blessing to your family.

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  12. Congratulations to you and the hubstar! I’m so emotional reading this. It’s sweet! Beautiful healthy babies! Glory to God. 🙂

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  13. Just to let you know I honestly wouldn’t mind the mommy and me posts! It’s very welcomed and even looking forward to them.

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  14. Congratulations Miss Pynk. Your babies are cuties.

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  15. Congratulations my dear pynke

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  16. Awww…They are so cute…congrats Mme. Pynk. God bless you all

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  17. www.thelmathinks.com // July 16, 2016 at 18:21 // Reply

    Congrats Miss Pynk. You’re all so beautiful!

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  18. Congrats miss pynk…Am so happy for you..God bless you all..TNHW

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  19. Congrats darling. Enjoy the ride of a lifetime.
    #girlsareadorable

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  20. Omg how am I just seeing this congratulations Pynk you guys look good. Yay twin girls I want Lord!

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  21. Congrats Pynk. God bless and keep your Lil cuties….

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  22. Congrats Ms Pynk, God bless and keep them.

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  23. Congrats to you and hubstar Ms Pynk

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  24. Oh my! Where have I been??? A hearty Congratulations to you and your family for your beautiful babies! God bless you all tremendously.
    My apologies for being MIA..

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  25. I know I know I’m late to the party,but I’m so happy and I must congratulate you. They are just precious! God bless them.

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  26. Awwww… They look so lovely with their tini tiny faces
    Congratulations..
    We Thank God for a safe and stress free birth..
    Pictures of your pretty ones are so welcome. Can’t wait to see more of them

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