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I am going to be a first time father later today. My wife is having contractions now 10:00am, but it will be a long while before she dilates full. I am very nervous, but excited. Please send your prayers for a healthy boy and a safe delivery for Mom. I will post a picture in a week or so. Thanks for everyone's support over the past 9 months. You guys are truly amazing people. God Bless!

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Congrats!

Can you post on this thread when you have an update?

Will Do.................As of now we have a scheduled C-section at 5:30pm. Little Levi will be seen for the first time around 6. Thanks for all your replies. You guys are so nice.

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Good Luck!!!

Tip: If she's breastfeeding, tell her it really helps to put a pillow over your belly and breastfeed...takes the preasure off the wound and it doesn't hurt then to hold baby on belly!

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I've been through 3 c-sections. I'm available to talk if she needs to. Many others hear have been through sections too.

Hope your enjoying your little son right now! How exciting!!!!

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Little Levi is perfect. He is a healthy 7 1/2 lbs and 19 1/2 inches long. Cute as can be. I feel a little guilty because i dont feel as close to him as i thought. Maybe it just takes some time. Mom is doing good and we should be home by friday. Thanks for all of your prayers and support.

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Little Levi is perfect. He is a healthy 7 1/2 lbs and 19 1/2 inches long. Cute as can be. I feel a little guilty because i dont feel as close to him as i thought. Maybe it just takes some time. Mom is doing good and we should be home by friday. Thanks for all of your prayers and support.

That's great! :D

BTW, I think it's normal to feel the way you do. Takes some time and adjustment.

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Little Levi is perfect. He is a healthy 7 1/2 lbs and 19 1/2 inches long. Cute as can be. I feel a little guilty because i dont feel as close to him as i thought. Maybe it just takes some time. Mom is doing good and we should be home by friday. Thanks for all of your prayers and support.

So glad everything went well and that you will be together at home soon. Enjoy a good nights sleep tonight, they may be hard to come by for a bit. Don't be concerned about not feeling as close as you thought you would, that will come in time. After all you don't really know each other yet. Wait til the first time he lights up when you walk in the room or the first bottle when he looks at you with such love just because your holding him close. Be patient with yourself and enjoy.

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