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Little tiny head. I see hair coming out of my body; it does not belong to me. I am told to reach down and feel the sopping wet hair drenched in my blood. I am surprised that I can not feel it, I am not touching myself. I am touching the little one who grew inside of me all this time. My little kicker is finally coming out to meet me. I push again; I scream and there is searing pain I feel, I scream again! I am set aflame! It hurts so bad that I'm not even thinking, somebody's ripping me! His head is out; I see a little face, tiny eyes clenched against the light of the room. Tiny nose squished, almost flat, trying to take a breath but not knowing how. Little shoulders come out, both at a time; the babe is out and suddenly lying on my stomach. He is being rubbed clean by cold rough hands, I try to push them away, they come back. They suck the mucus from his nose and mouth; it is his turn to scream. I hear a deep painful breath, and then he lets out a wail. He is so beautiful, I start to cry, but there are no tears. I can see nothing but his tiny form. Everything else is a blur. He is wrapped in the soft blue blanket that I bought for him and he is placed near my heart. I help him to my breast; he nuzzles around a bit then finds my nipple. He takes his first suckle and I feel a tingle then my colostrum begins to flow. He slowly fills his hungry belly for the first time. We relax and fall into a half sleep. We are content, snuggling together on the white hospital bed, ignoring, for the moment all of the loving family members there to help us along.
We stare into each otherís eyes and I begin to fall in love with the most important person in my life.

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