Pregnancy is a gift. Some couples struggle to conceive a kid for years, while others have a baby fast. The beauty of a pregnancy, however, is that it is so unpredictable. We never know when we will become parents.
Hollie Walls did not expect to be pregnant after doctors told her she had fertility issues, but a miracle occurred. She had previously undergone two surgeries to remove a massive tumour from her uterus, and she was concerned that she might be unable to give birth.
She had two sons from her previous marriage, but she and her current husband wanted to have a child together.
She was surprised to see two lines on the pregnancy test, especially after so many negative tests. She didn’t believe the test was accurate because she had been told she wouldn’t be able to conceive naturally, so she didn’t tell her husband the pregnancy test was positive at first because she didn’t want to disappoint him.
Fortunately, the pregnancy proceeded smoothly, and every ultrasound and Hollie’s testing were flawless.
Her due date passed, and she went to the doctor in week 41 to see if everything was good because it appeared that the baby didn’t want to arrive on his own. The doctor wanted to do an ultrasound to ensure everything was fine, but Hollie could see from the doctor’s expression that something wasn’t right. The doctor informed him that there was no amniotic fluid to be found. Then Holly was terrified because she had no idea anything was wrong until that moment.
Hollie had Oligohydramnios, a disorder she had never heard of.
Hollie left the doctor’s office immediately and headed to the hospital, where she underwent various tests and a new ultrasound.
There, it was discovered that she had a small amount of amniotic fluid and calmed down.
The baby appeared to be in good health on ultrasound, and her heart was beating normally, thus, she was due to give birth in three days.
The baby moved a lot the day before the checkup, but the movements seemed odd. Hollie’s mother’s intuition told her she needed to go to the hospital immediately. When she arrived at the hospital, everyone questioned her about the pregnancy, and suddenly a nurse pulled the emergency button. Several doctors appeared in Hollie’s room at that time.
Because the baby’s heart rate was plummeting and then increasing, it was determined that a c-section was required.
One of the physicians informed Hollie that my baby could be brain dead owing to her heart rate and what to expect from my c-section. Hollie was overjoyed when her baby girl was born and named her Winter Josephine.
Hollie stated that she was utterly in love with Winter, but she couldn’t help but chuckle because Winter appeared to be angry. Everyone agreed that Winter seemed to be enraged.
Winter has a lovely appearance, and I’m delighted he’s a healthy and well-loved baby.