A view of our labor day through the toddler's eyes ....
I was in the bathroom, and I felt a large gush of fluid rush out of my body. Uncertain if it was just urine, I thought perhaps it was my water breaking because there was a huge amount of pressure accompanying the gush.
I called to the hubs, "Honey, I think my water might have broke."
He said, "Really?! Wow!"
I said, "Yeah, but I'm not totally sure."
He said, "Well, that's OK if it did. Just relax."
The toddler ran up to his daddy just a few seconds later, a little bit panicked, holding my water bottle and said ever-so-innocently, "Mommy said the water broke! Fix it, daddy, fix it! Mommy need help!"
The hubs, trying not to giggle, "Don't worry, honey; mommy was talking about a very different water."
And in the midst of some major discomfort, I found myself laughing out loud. This, of course, was just another perk of being at home, doing everyday life during labor.