I can't believe it's been four days that Kaden Parker Brown was born. Having to go into the hospital to be induced was bitter sweet for me because I have to leave my two sweet babies with my in-laws. I love the fact that I was leaving to have a new addition to the family, but just being separated from them for a couple of days. This was something that I was just not use too.
After coming to hospital at 8:00 p.m. the induction started about an hour and half later. I was very blessed to have my husband and mother their with me. Soon my aunts came and one decided to stay all night with us. Things were not progressing and I had only dilated to a 2 almost a 3 when all of a sudden the nurses started to move fast and begin to prep me for an emergency C-Section. C-Section what's happening is what I thought. Well by that time my doctor had made it to the hospital. All of this happened at about 1:00 am or 2. They were able to get things under control and Kaden was back to himself. They continued to monitor me the rest of the night and my doctor decided to stay the rest of the night at the hospital in case something happened. The morning hours came and the shelf changed. I received a new nurse who was very nice. (I would like to mention that all the staff and nurses were nice.) She decided to come in a check me and she said guess what you have dilated to a 9 and we are about to have a baby. Talking about someone who was happy and truly blessed. I went from almost having an emergency C-section to delivering a 6 lbs. 10 oz. baby BOY!!!!!!
( Sorry if the information is all over the place, but I am trying to remember what happened and in the order in which it happened with to smaller kids running around the house making nose.)