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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Weirton Medical Center - Nostalgia # 17

We went to Weirton Medical to visit a friend who gave birth to their first born and seeing this building brings back memories when my wife gave birth to our daughter. It was a scary moment for me because I saw it with my two naked eyes when our daughter's heartbet suddenly stopped.
My wife was dilating really good for a couple of hours and the ephidural was already given. I was sitting beside her, watching the monitor both for her and the baby and when the baby's heartbeat stopped, mine went fast! I hurriedy call the nurse and ask what went wrong. They rushed Rose to the Er and immediately did a C-section operation. t turned out that Rylie's cord wrapped around her neck. That was so close, we almost lost our first born. Glad that od was with us that time!
It is important to pray to God in ever chance we get as He would always protect us from harm.
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Mel Cole of PA, USA said...

Oh dear, what a stressful time it was for your first born. Indeed you're true, It is important to pray so that God will not protect us from harm. I bet you're a religious father. :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, great that you were watching. You probably made the difference.

AnLiz said...

Wow! that gave me chills. As a parent I can understand what you feel. I thank God for watching over me every time I had my kids, I can endure the pain of pushing, but the pain of losing a child, I don't know if I can bear it.

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*♥Shydub♥* said...

That was a scary incident. Good thing you were there watching everything.

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ShutterHappyJenn said...

I could feel your heart also stopped beating when Rylie's heart stopped beating. God is really good, He didn't really take Rylie away, and she is now a grown up girl.. beautiful at that, too!

My Nostalgia post is now up HERE. Happy mid-week!

Clarissa said...

OMG!that was really close!good thing that you were beside Ate Rose.

imriz said...

find this story fascinating and too endearing, coming from a husband.so sweet of you to be there on rose's side. God is always there.

Vernz said...

true scary ... good thing you were there... But look at Ry now ..shes lovely girl... just posted mine..

LIMBERELLA said...

whew..your story thrilled me and widened my eyes..thank God, your angels were saved. cheers to that.=)

anne said...

She had the same with my youngest, when the doctor noticed that Faith's heart beat was beating slowly, my OB rushed me for C section then then found that her cord was wrapped to her neck.

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