These Heartwarming Birth Photos Capture The Moment A Mom Realizes Her Baby Has Down Syndrome
The family, which lives in Cedar Hill, Texas, includes 10-year-primitive Xavier, 8-year-primitive twins Kaydence and Zayden, and toddler Evra, who was approximately to turn two.
In lieu of a baby shower, they had opted to exhaust a birth photographer. And Amber’s prenatal care and ultrasounds had not detected any issues. The one planned surprise? They had decided to not find out the baby’s gender ahead of time. With two boys and two girls, it was okay to fill a itsy-bitsy uncertainty, although everyone seemed certain it would be a boy.
So when the first signs of labor started at 2 a.m. a week or so before her due date, the Rojas family bundled everyone into the car so they could be together at the birthing center Amber had used for her preceding deliveries.
At the birthing center, Amber’s contractions stalled for a few hours. But as she paced external the center, they came on quickly. “I nearly didn’t deem I was going to invent it back into the birth center my contractions were coming so tough and so quickly,” she said.