The Birth Of Our Son Theodore - H3 Podcast #120

Pubblicato il 7 giu 2019
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  • Hila: getting a needle in her spine Ethan: I had a really bad sandwich

  • Well, quite a while until I pop one out. That's wrong. My *wife* pops one out.

  • h3h3 are couple goals. I want me a man like Ethan. Or even a woman like Hila ;)

  • I can't believe you were served eggloaf too

  • I gave birth twice. I'd much rather experience it than witness it lol. Witnessing childbirth takes a strong stomach. I guess so does giving birth too lol

  • Dude not even gonna lie I cried at 55:40 so happy for you dude I would love to have that experience

  • Also, why didnt you call you child Shawn? It would have been so perfect! xD

  • Normally I think of babies as ugly when they are newborn but I gotta say, your kid is looking pretty good after just 1 day, while most babies need 6 months. Good genes.

  • YOu can feel all the love coming out of him

  • Hila being silent, Ethan being loud. Perfectly balanced as all things should be

  • Bro your dog barking made my dogs start barking I have 3 and it's 3am rn lmao good thing I live alone and in the middle of nowhere

  • I can’t wait for the kid to call Ethan a boomer

  • Hila and Ethan had sex? I thought you guys were pure, congratz tho

  • I have to admit. Ethan is somewhat of a dick and very hard on a lot of people but when he talks about his wife Hila, he talks about her as if she were a goddess! Much appreciation/ respect! ❤️

  • Hila is Def a really strong woman. She sounds like she took birth it like a G. Her intense military experience probably helped her. Those pics of her crying were extremely powerful.

  • There can be epidural complications. You can get a spinal headache, the needle can go too deep and cause injury, it can slow down the labor and make it difficult for the woman to be able to push adequately increasing her risk of a c-section. When they're done well and it's given early enough, it could partially wear off enough to allow adequate pushing. When all goes well...they're the rolls royce of deliveries. My epidural only took on one side of my body. They had given me pitocin and that cranked up my labor and pans unreal. So I felt it all on one side. They came in and re-did it and I was so numb the second time I couldn't hardly push. My sister had a terrible anesthesiologist. He poked her around 15 times trying to get it. She had no desire to have a natural birth, but she had to make him leave without getting it. She said he appeared to be high on pain/nerve pills. They nearly always give pitocin along with the epidural to prevent labor from stalling. Now, my son, I nearly had him in the car. My labor was 20 1/2 hrs with my first child, and 2 1/2 with my second. I barely had time to make it to the hospital. The dr came in and put his gloves on and caught him right after I got to my room. One of the things they watch for during the delivery on the monitor is to see if the baby's heart rate drops with the mother's contraction. That's often an indication that the cord is wrapped around the baby's neck. I work primarily as a wedding photographer/videographer but my favorite is birth photography. Mothers love me because I double as a birth coach assistant. type of support. I help keep them calm and encourage them thru everything, and I provide a soothing presence to them. (I'm also a goat midwife. I save farms lots of money by assisting the deliveries so they can avoid c-sections and other complications, but that's another topic) Every single delivery is a miracle, and I love it with my whole heart. Thanks for taking us on this journey with your new family. It's so heartwarming to see such devoted parents. It really is a blessing.

  • When Hila cried on the video, I 😢😢😢

  • My hospital's food was actually fucking dank for the most part. Maybe I was just so goddamn hungry I didn't notice

  • me and the baby have the same b day

  • The way he talks about Hila is so amazing and loving it makes me so emotional :,( but i wish every woman could have someone like ethen, make them feel so loved

  • The placenta is an organ...but I know what you mean, Ethan

  • Theodoro T (Bag)well...

  • 21 hours ethan

  • you could say he's Theodorable

  • Omg I know I’m late but I’m so happy for you guys I hope it goes very well, love you guys, keep up the great work!

  • awww bb and shredder :)

  • Shalom..many gratulation.

  • Dr. Phil is 69 years old

  • It's not a myth that an epidural can make labor longer. A lot of women don't give birth well on their backs. Many hospitals now facilitate women being able to walk around, squat, etc because it can help the baby move into the birth canal better. It can also put more stress on the baby if you are on your back, which leads to a higher rate of cesarean section. There are some epidurals that do allow you to walk.

  • When my boyfriends niece was born, his brother said when they pulled her from his wife, they did the twist thing and he panicked and thought they were breaking her neck 😂😂😂

  • Congrats

  • Shout out to all the silent sufferers out there

  • you should´ve name him Joey Invation Klein

  • Man, i´d like to be Theodore´s Grandpa... :/

  • that is one lucky baby to have such a calm, strong and gentle mother and funny and proud dad, both of whom are totally in love

  • I've watched so many moms share their birth story. It was so cool to hear it from a dads perspective. Not everyone feels comfortable sharing all the details but it's so interesting to hear!

  • The fear of epidural is many people experienced pain after birth in there back from it.

  • I want to become a father so i can keep the umbilical cord and put it in a jar or something and keep it in my basement. It can be my Dead Space tentacle.

  • Kaiser WHOOP WHOOP