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By Diana - / Thursday 5 July 2018 01:30 /
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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  21

Shouldn't this be your husband's FML? I'll write it for him. "Today, I missed 8 hours of my wife's 22-hour labor because I slipped in her amniotic fluid, cracked my head, and had to go to the E.R. FML."

That one's on the house.

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By  azouwa  |  26

Those first born labors are no joke. Baby #2 is much easier. Usually.

By  azouwa  |  26

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  BurnInDemonFire  |  21

Shouldn't this be your husband's FML? I'll write it for him. "Today, I missed 8 hours of my wife's 22-hour labor because I slipped in her amniotic fluid, cracked my head, and had to go to the E.R. FML."

That one's on the house.

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  MamaChey  |  22

Perhaps you’ve never delivered a child or been in excruciating pain for 22 hours, but OP needed him to be there more than the baby. It’s DEFINITELY HER FML.

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  japadk  |  3

Its both.
In practical term, having a husband by your side does what exactly? In the end the labor being succesful clearly would've been thanks to god anyway.

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So all those women who have given birth without the father present, be they single mothers, women who have had a baby via an anonymous sperm donor, or ones whose partner hasn't made it to her side in time, have done so with an extreme amount of difficulty that would have been negated had the father been there? A father's presence at his child's birth isn't a necessity, but most attend in order to support their wives/girlfriends, and witness their child/children being born. I understand women suffer through the worst pain imaginable when giving birth, but aside from holding their hands, and coaching them through it, most fathers aren't needed during childbirth, unless they and the mother are alone for some reason.

Oh, and while I have never, and will never, experience the pains of childbirth, I can tell you that, as the eldest of four children, I have been in a tremendous amount of pain for the past 28 years.

By  ViviMage  |  34

Not tonight honey. I have a headache!

By  Eddie3  |  5

I don't understand how people can choose YDI on stuff like this.

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