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    With DS2 it was:
    "What's happening, tell me what's happening, talk to me...Do you think we need to go to the hospital?"

    Um, I was about to push a baby out and couldn't speak during the contractions. (I woke up with them almost continuous) Now is not the time to have a conversation! What do you think is happening?!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Most unimportant question ever!
    I know. And I think the thing that got me the most was that we could afford it, he is not a person who is motivated by money and it didn't matter because it had to happen. I think he was just in work mode because he worked in private health. It was just a stupid thing to say.

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    When mum was in labour with me she ended up kicking dad out because he was complaining about how hard the stool was that they gave him to sit on.

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    Not me but a friend's partner thought it'd be funny to ask the midwife to "add an extra stitch" when she was stitching a tear.

    Inappropriate, insensitive, and just plain gross!
    My sisters ex asked the Dr that. Fortunately the Dr gave him a mouthful.

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    My husband was such a dag. He told me while I was in transition I sounded like Elma Fudd. I just pointed to him and without moving or opening my eyes said don't. His reply was "I'm only trying to make you laugh" hunnie now isn't the time... When I'm about to push your 10lb6oz baby out!!!

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    With our first DD he complained his hand was sore from rubbing my back, so sorry your hand is sore DH but I have a watermelon coming out of my vajayjay.

    DD2, I was getting an epi and DH says to the anesthesist your not sticking that great big needle in her back, are you? Hmm, way to help distract me DH!

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    Halfway though a posterior labour, XH said "see, now you know how I felt when I had my ACL repair".

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    Baby number 1: he was fantastic. Baby number 2 he lost his mojo.

    Baby number 2: My dp told me that it wasn't that bad and to just get on with it. He also told me that I was lying when I said I needed to push. I finally managed to persuade him to take me to the hospital, and on arrival I was 10cm and the head was indeed visible. I still haven't forgiven him honestly. Still too fresh, 5 weeks ago.

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    Around 4am I started having contractions with our first, I went to tell DH who had fallen asleep on the lounge watching tv. I woke him saying that my contractions were about 7mins apart. Drowsily he woke, said "Right, better get some sleep then" and got up and went to bed.

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    Don't answer the phone to the company fixing the DVD player and organize whether it's to be fixed, when your picking it up etc. Just don't answer. Even better turn your phone off!!

    Other than that he was a superstar!


 

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