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December 22 2009 my whole entire world changed A life lesson wascultured The day before started like any other normal day I feltnervous anxious and excited all at the same time I knew he would behere any day now it was just a matter of when I was almost doneplaying my 9 month long waiting game After a nice long warm shower Idressed for two and went out to idealistic dinner with my fiance AndyWe talked about how our lives would be changing dramatically very soonWe welcomed the new arrival along with all the uncertainty he camewith Would I be a good mom Would Andy be a good dad Neither of us hadany children neither of us knew what we were getting ourselves into IWith 9 months to prepare many visits to the obgyn and a lot ofconstant research I was confident and ready to overcome this challenge Ready or not here he came At approximately 2 am that evening Iwoke up for what I thought was a routine bathroom trip I was surprisedwhen I looked down and noticed that the hallway was soaked Andy Icalled from the hallway Its time I was so calm and relaxed Iknew right away that my water had broken Always sincere Andyimmediately got out of bed grabbed our packed bags and went out tostart the auto vehicle At the hospital all the calm evaporated I hadnever felt so much agony You hear horror stories from other womenfamily and friends who have gone through labor But nothing can prepareyou for what it actually feels like When one of the nurses passed outwhile I was getting my epidural I barely even noticed because of thepain It was then that I knew that my life was just about to beginagain It all began with a single high-pitched cry Andrew ChristopherGreen-man arrived at approximately 632 pm As they gently placed mynewborn baby
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