Thanks to our ambo officer from Kristy and Forest

The Beagle Editor, Last Thursday I managed to go into labour on the side of the road in Broulee. I was incredibly fortunate to have a very nice ambulance officer help me deliver my, a little girl. I had called my sister and my brother in law to come to my home in Malua Bay as I was alone and I thought my waters may had broken- but my contractions were irregular and not painful. When they arrived I called the ambulance right away and as we waited the lady in the phone told us to set up incase we were going to have the baby at home. The ambulance arrived in no time at all however I still wasn't sure I was in labour as it wasn't painful My sister joined me in the ambulance for the journey into Moruya Hospital and as we passed Tomakin I still didn't feel I was going to have a baby however by Broulee, out the front of Caroll College she was born on George Bass Drive at 4:57pm. It was a very peaceful birth and the ambulance officer was so calm and did an awesome job ! He even asked if I knew what I was having , I said no. He lifted her up and said "a girl ! " It was so great! Her name is Forest Rain and she was two weeks early and doing great. I told him that and I already had the name Forest picked out for her and he replied " Look , you had her by the Forest" I still can’t believe how quick it all happened. The ambulance officer was terrific and I would like to thank him here for his care and for helping me through the delivery. thank you for helping us. Kristy and Forest

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