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    I have none at all.

    I had an emergency c-section premmie, so DS was whisked away promptly to the NICU. I didn't get to see him for the first time until about 5 hours after he was born (I was wheeled into the NICU on my hospital bed!).

    The most treasured post-birth photos I have are in the NICU when we got to hold DS for the first time (2 days post-birth). We took them ourselves using DH's good camera.

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    Wow sorry to hear that. I don't really have any photos with DD1 as she was premmie and it was all a bit hectic. With DD2 one of the nurses took a couple of photos. I'm a photogrtapher and I've taken birth photos before, which a lot of people think it strange, but there's always some really lovely photos. I don't plan on having anymore children, but if I did, I would get a birth photographer next time.

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    I only have delivery suite photos of DS2 and this is only because I insisted hubby take them - he wouldn't have thought to do it. With DD I had after birth complications that meant I was whisked off to surgery shortly after her birth. DS1 was an accidental home birth so all very dramatic and therefore no after birth pics there either. It's a bit crap I admit but I guess sometimes there are instances where my memories will just have to suffice...

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    I don't think DF took any photos, my bestie ended up being there for the birth and took all the photos

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    Hubby and midwife...but mostly midwide as she insisted so hubby could take it all in and focus on me and bubs. We have the most amazing pics too so very grateful.

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    Thanks ladies, this makes me feel better. I guess they all need a bit of a reminder, which I didn't give!

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    DH took 2 of DS in the delivery suite, but none of me with him until we got back to the room and I'd re done my make up I don't regret it.


 

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