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Thread: Guy delivers baby just outside of hospital and catches birth on gopro camera!!

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    Default Guy delivers baby just outside of hospital and catches birth on gopro camera!!

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    He really irritated me. Stop yelling, get over there and help you wife.

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    OMG that was intense. And then I cried. Whoa.

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    I thought women only scream during labour in the movies.... I guess I'm wrong! Good for her for not killing him. If my hubby didnt listen to me when I told him I FELT THE HEAD, he'd be dead lmao.
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    I couldn't imagine giving birth outside and I agree with my Dh not believing me the head was out!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katie_ View Post
    I thought women only scream during labour in the movies.... I guess I'm wrong! Good for her for not killing him. If my hubby didnt listen to me when I told him I FELT THE HEAD, he'd be dead lmao.
    With natural labours? While in a car? lol I was super emotional watching it as I just had DS a few days ago. Assuming he's a first time dad I thought he did pretty well! I can't believe they even got to the hospital TBH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringChicks View Post
    With natural labours? While in a car? lol I was super emotional watching it as I just had DS a few days ago. Assuming he's a first time dad I thought he did pretty well! I can't believe they even got to the hospital TBH.
    I agree he did good but I think I would scream like crazy if I felt like my kid might hit the pavement. That's how I took it when I agreed with her.
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    I think he did great for the situation. I'm sure he was just really wanting to get to the hospital. I couldn't imagine!








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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringChicks View Post
    With natural labours? While in a car? lol I was super emotional watching it as I just had DS a few days ago. Assuming he's a first time dad I thought he did pretty well! I can't believe they even got to the hospital TBH.
    I don't know, I never screamed or cried. I just did it * shrug* I've seen a very family members in labour and they were quiet also. Maybe it's a family trait

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    I'd be screaming at him in anger to catch the baby. But her screams in the car made my dogs jump and bark lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katie_ View Post
    I don't know, I never screamed or cried. I just did it * shrug* I've seen a very family members in labour and they were quiet also. Maybe it's a family trait
    Yep me too, but yeah, the anxiety of being in a car 15 mins from any type of help would probably make me want to scream too, lol. With DD2 we avoided the 401 all together b/c it was right during morning rush hour and the thought of chancing any slow downs freaked me right out. We took the back roads and it was anxiety provoking enough

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    been there, done that. I gotta say the only thing I screamed was TURN AROUND...with expletives mixed in I'm sure. LOL I wonder how common it is? I've heard of a few over the years. Some babies are just in a hurry I guess. Nate was 20 minutes from the time I woke up with pains a few minutes apart until the ambulance arrived to me holding him in the car. Next baby was a more respectable 2 hours, so no they don't necessarily get faster.
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    A friend of mine was in labour start to finish for 15 minutes. I'd say she was lucky but apparently it's quite traumatizing to have your baby at home when you're not planning it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katie_ View Post
    A friend of mine was in labour start to finish for 15 minutes. I'd say she was lucky but apparently it's quite traumatizing to have your baby at home when you're not planning it
    It must depend on the circumstances and the person. I thought it was fabulous. I had just had a stillborn baby two months before getting pregnant again, so by the time I was ready to deliver again, I was so stressed I planned the next delivery to the smallest detail out of a need to control the situation. The baby had other ideas and he was delivered in front of my house by the people that were most important to me and him. Next baby was a home birth and I felt completely comfortable being at home and didn't worry a bit about the chance of another unassisted birth, it completely renewed my confidence. I'm sorry it was traumatizing for her.
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