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Jayke
Jayke...

Jayke Benjimin Zephiniah
16/02/04
7lbs 130zs
Born at home. uk
God assisted



There
are lots of things I love to do.
I love to rock back and forth and sing.
I like to wrinkle up my nose and make funny snorting sounds.
I love to watch the washing machine spinning around.
I find popeye realy funny!!

Your Mother is always with you. She is the whisper of the leaves
as you
walk down the street. She is the smell of certain foods that you
remember, flowers you pick and perfume that she wore. She is the cool
hand on
your brow when you're not feeling well. She is your breath in the air

on a cold winter's day.
She is the sound of the rain. Your Mother lives inside your laughter,

and she is crystallized in every tear drop. A Mother shows every
emotion, happiness, sadness, fear, jealousy, love, hate & anger, helplessness,

excitement, joy, sorrow and all the while, hoping and praying you will

only know the good feelings in life.
She is the place you came from, your first home, and she is the map
that you follow with every step you take. She is your first love, your

first friend, even your first enemy, but nothing on earth can separate

you.
Not time, not space, not even death.

Jayke's Birth Story
I'd had two weeks of pre labor and was 9 days over due.
Sunday 15th, at midnight, my contractions started with a slight niggling
sensation from my back to my pelvis. By 3am I was having to concentrate
on my breathing. Mike rubbed my back with clary sage, (nice) and rubbed
the acupressure point on my little toe. This helped the contractions to
be less aggressive. I was still chatting to my friend in the chat room until
about 6, unable to write any more. I'd been laid comfortably on my side
but needed to move. Mike suggested a bath.
Contractions got stronger around 6am and I was feeling very exhausted, resting
between contractions which wouldn't let me sleep. At 8am the pain was so
strong, with not much space between contractions, I was sure I couldn't
cope.
I suggested we go downstairs to ring the midwife, got to the landing, another
contraction, my legs gave way, was on all fours and panting, I was very sick when my body started pushing, one end
being sick, one end pushing. What a state I was in. Then I felt his head
crown. I waited to feel 'ring of fire', didn't, but felt relieved, told
mike 'his head is out', I asked 'is he a good color, is he pink?', he reassured
me, then he told me baby had his own hand stuck, pushed against his little
face. 'Ah this is why it was so painful', I thought to myself.
Then I was a little worried as I didn't know how to bring his body out.
I felt down for his head. It felt huge, but amazingly I was suddenly exited.
I squatted and on my way up out of the squat he was born. Luckily Mike had
laid a cushion, he came out with my waters and was very quick. He gave out
a nice healthy cry.
It took a while to deliver the placenta so I accepted the injection which
made me very sick; I wouldn't recommend it.
Jayke B Zephiniah was born at 8:45am, 16th feb, 2004
weight:7lb 13 oz.

about jayke...

he loves helping others,he is very positive about life.
He has a strong sense of independance,he is very emotional
his love is to be earned,he is very playful.








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