Do you remember your baby?
August 4, 2007 10:19am CST
Do you remember the day your baby was born. how you held them in one arm. And feed them for the first time. And what about the day you got to bring them home. Wow what a feeling that was right. But as kids grow up we do not take the time to remember that day. Hear is your chance out of you busy day to close your eyes and remember the most wonderful day of your life/ And you can share that day with us here on mtlot. P S have a wonderful day.
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9 Aug 07
Yes you are correct,its a great unforgetable expierence in life of every woman and a beautiful dream whenever we remember it,thank yu for being making me happy with your this discussion. Have a beautiful day to you too.
6 Aug 07
Hi, oh yes i do remember, but not that very well, as i had a C-section , so waas out till after the delivery, but whatever of i do, i can still feel my daughter in my arms nd to see her red lips, and fair skin, and she hardly had any hair on her head. And she was a large baby, tall for her age! And the house was so well done up when i did bring them home, wanting them to know their house, while they were so oblivious to everything, just loving to move around in their mothers arms.But yes time has gone by and i remember my second daugther too and how she was different from the elder one adn with time how they both have grown and are teenagers now.
• United Kingdom
4 Aug 07
My first son was born in 1995. I can remember seeing him for the first time. It felt magical after my home birth that I had spent most of my time in the relaxing water pool. He was very healthy and I was able to feed him quite soon after the birth. It felt so wonderful to hold him in my arms. My second son is not yet 3 months old. He was born at home this May 2007. I had a very quick and easy labor. I didn't have time to get any pain relief at all. My water pool stayed empty. I was able to hold him for a few moments. Then he was taken to hospital because he has spina bifida. I felt sad to see him go off in an ambulance. Three weeks after he was born he was allowed home. It was a very special time.