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Olivia Siegl was very sorrowful after an ice cream ... the end was born. An unusual birthplace follows.On a warm July day, I was really exhausted by an ice cream and some fresh air. I was 34 weeks pregnant then. because Eve it was a baby of my age, the doctors waved rest, forbidden the driver and the long walk. Sure, my baby's health was the most important, but to be honest, I was a little cold that day. Jamie he worked from home, he also took care of roulam and eva when my daughter was not in kindergarten. My brother wanted me to just rest all day, but my desire for the yoke was stronger. "We'll go home immediately if I get busted," I told him. We set off at 2 am on Juliet. As soon as the engine started, I felt a little tightness in my stomach, but I didn't really care about itbecause there have been many times this in the few days before that. I closed my eyes and practiced yoga breathing - breathing slowly through my nose, "I don't feel good," I told Jamie, who suggested we go to the hospital instead of coffee. But I was stubborn. I was really bored of lying at home, desperate for some little fun. As we argued, the collapse turned into severe pain. "My baby can wait" - I finally told my husband and we went to the hospital. because. But this time they were examined, and it turned out I'm 1-2 inches. "The baby is here, and she's been pregnant for about a week," a nurse noted. Jamie was reassured and reminded that Eva was born by the 34th week and was completely healthy. I breathed in and tried to stay positive. Starvation abolished. Jamie called my friend Nicky to come to Eva and bring her to the hospital. Arrived at 4, I said goodbye, knowing he would be in the right place. It was reassuring to me that the baby's heart was all right. Jamie was fantastic. He brought me water, a fan, and cooled it with a cold turkey. It was a very hot day and I was very warm. Early in the evening the ferns were thickened. Although I was calm, my speech was difficult. At 3 inches, I was reminded that I was going to receive epidural anesthesia according to my birth plans. The real pain relief, however, was that I found the laborers at birth were at ease.