Anxious to get to see her newborn, Rosemary started giving birth on a Saturday.
“I was a bit nervous, and I had to stop and catch my breath,” she said.
“Then I thought, ‘I can do this.'”
But a day after the birth, she got a call from the hospital telling her she had an epidural.
She started screaming and holding the epidural as hard as she could.
“It was really weird.
I was just feeling so good and happy,” Rosemary said.
Rosemary had been trying to get pregnant since her first baby.
She had an ultrasound and was expecting to be a single mom.
“My doctor was just trying to figure out if I had any more questions or wanted more info.
I’m so happy and so excited and grateful to have my baby,” Rosemarie said.
She said the epidurals were a relief and a blessing.
“You’re really just like a mother to the baby and the child, and it’s like, ‘Oh, my gosh, what is this?’
And I’m like, Oh my gawd.
That was so nice.”
With a baby on the way, Rosemaria said she will focus on having a happy life with her two children.
We’ll figure out the best way to do it, but right now, it’s just so exciting.”