After welcoming a miraculous kid into the world, Alyce and Jesse Brown feel as though their lives are now complete. Yet, two years after they’ve finished construction on their dream house, a small surprise knocks on the door. Alyce and Jesse’s battle to have a second child after IVF gives them hope and shows that miracles may occur repeatedly. Alyce, 31, and her husband Jesse, 30, sought to conceive their first child for 18 months before going to IVF. I had a really low AHM count (low egg count) and was told during my initial counseling that I would surely have one but it was highly unlikely that I would have two, according to Alyce, who spoke to Mum’s Grapevine.
They only received one egg for my kid, but to my astonishment, it developed into an embryo that was successfully implanted in October 2016. Harvey, who was born on June 28, 2017, is our miracle. Harvey, a newborn who grows up to be lovely, makes life so sweet. Alyce never used contraception again or kept track of her ovulation as the couple spent two years creating their dream house; hence, Harvey will be their lone miracle. However, fate had other ideas. The couple found out they were expecting their second child just one week after moving into their new house.
“Because I believed we would never become pregnant, I didn’t learn we were until six weeks into the pregnancy. We were utterly stunned, terrified, and hopeful that everything would be alright. As luck would have it, Alyce’s pregnancy proceeded smoothly, and nine months later, their second child was ready to be welcomed. I always take my son to Gymbaroo on Thursdays. I’m 39+1, and that day’s events made me irate and frustrated. While I was doing the laundry and my spouse was bathing my son, I had to ask myself, “Did I sneeze and some urine came out?” No, my amniotic fluid was dripping instead.
Alyce arrived at the hospital at 9:30 p.m. still shedding amniotic fluid. When the contractions started at 3 a.m., Alyce was only 3 centimeters dilated; they grew stronger over the course of the next hour.
I needed an epidural even though I was only 5 centimeters tall and in tremendous agony till 7:30 in the morning. The task was finished at 8:15 am. For the next hour and a half, it was lovely. When my husband and I sat on the bed and discussed my birth wishes and our son’s photos, I started to cry once again out of love and gratitude that I was allowed to witness this new life. having to go through it all over again with two children to love. Around 9:15 a.m., I was 8 cm and by 9:25 am I was 10 cm and I started to feel the urge to urinate. The obstetrician was called down to the delivery room and I asked for a mirror from the midwives.
The match began as the obstetrician arrived. With the help of the mirror, you can see how far you’ve come and how far you still have to go. As a result, you may adjust how hard you push and how you breathe. In the course of giving birth, I had two contractions and made eight pushes. I simply started to exhale once I could see the head, leaving the rest to our girl and my body. Unfortunately, I exhaled a little too quickly and realized where I’d torn, so I quickly undid what I’d done to my baby. I had to finish the birth after her head emerged after 30 seconds and the umbilical chord wrapped around her neck. When her head and shoulders are out, I can reach down and pull the rest of her out.
Alyce and Jesse have finally had their second miracle child – Norah – in their arms. Honestly, I’m so nervous about this birth because I want it to be as great as my son’s and it really is. I know what I want to achieve in the mirror and assisted birth but other than that, I have no plans to have a baby. I love them all and now I have two wonderful children to love and nurture.”