Dita’s Birth

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Pamela’s labor started two weeks before her due date. In fact, I went to bed that night thinking the first thing I needed to do in the morning was send her an email reminding her when and how to get ahold of me, to keep me updated, etc. Instead, I was awakened in the night with the news that Pamela was already in labor!

I packed my bag and headed out in the early hours to the Mt. Vernon Birth Center. I was excited because this was my very first birth at this particular birth center. Pamela’s labor was moving at a steady pace and we all thought it would be a quick labor.

bellingham birth photographyThings slowed down as the day moved on…nobody knew it, but sweet Dita was posterior. Not being in the optimal position meant dilation was slower and pushing took  hours. skagit-whatcom-birth-photographer

Renee Bergeron birth photographer for Whatcom and Skagit County

Pamela was amazingly strong! She pushed (by my calculations) for over 5 hours! I could not believe the strength and determination this woman has.

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skagit-whatcom-birth-photographerFinally, Dita was here! She cried loudly to let us all know she was okay. And probably because of the headache she must have had. Birth photos by Renee Bergeron of Little Earthling Photography

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Birth photos by Renee Bergeron of Little Earthling PhotographyJust look at that sweet little face.Birth photos by Renee Bergeron of Little Earthling Photography

Congratulations Pamela and Konrad!

If you want to get to know he a little better, Pamela blogs over at WikiPamela.

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