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Mil wants to be in delivery room

Some of the most important people in a baby's life is their grandparents. While mom and dad get the day-to-day task of caring for their precious bundle of joy, the grandparents get the pleasure of spoiling them. The relationship with the grandparents can start really early — but whether or not it works out in the delivery room depends entirely on how they are with the mom.

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A pregnant woman has taken to Reddit to ask for some much-needed advice after her husband went behind her back and told his mother that she could be in the delivery room. Giving birth is an incredible experience, but it's also painful, vulnerable and something many people don't want their nearest and dearest to witness.

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Mother-in-law demands to be in delivery room, internet promptly roasts her

Ah, the delivery room. Where everyone in your immediate and extended families feel they belong, and have no problem telling you so.

It can be a battle, to be sure. Writer Nicole Cliffe often finds controversial tidbits like this online and shares them on her Twitter. Julia has decided only Steven and her mother will be allowed in the delivery room when she gives birth. Which is not totally unheard of, is it?

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Most women I know feel a thousand times more comfortable with their own moms. And most hospital delivery rooms only permit two people in there with you — your birth partner, and a guest of choice. But my husband and I were terrified and I just needed a mom, you know?

It is so unfair. She was at an 8.

They stayed for an hour. My mother-in-law literally tried to break into the delivery room when her first grandchild was being born. We imposed a no-visitor period for the first week all our parents live away. My mom called it "The Grandparent Ban" and booked her flight for my due date in defiance.

Baby ended up being early, so we didn't have to lock her out of the house. But we would have.

I feel like the choice for who gets to look up your vaginal canal should be explicitly granted to the person to whom the vaginal canal belongs to. Without a doubt.

Mother-in-law demands to be in delivery room, internet promptly roasts her

How is this a difficult concept to grasp? Because giving birth is the most intimate process on the planet. We use cookies to collect information from your browser to personalize content and perform site analytics.

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