“It was just a little pain in my back and I just ignored it as the day went on,” the new mom said, when recalling her very memorable end to 2008.
“By 20 after nine that night, I was in complete and utter back pain and my urine, I couldn’t even urinate — I couldn’t even do a dribble of pee,” she said.
Her brother-in-law, who is a paramedic, told her that it sounded like she might be passing a kidney stone.
She went to hospital by ambulance and was accompanied by her brother-in-law and her husband Terry, 35.
In the emergency room, she was put through a barrage of tests as doctors tried to figure out what was going on.
“They done all kinds of tests — they done blood work and everything else,” Stead said.
“They sent me for an X-ray, and when they sent me for an X-ray, the doctors says: ‘It’s no kidney stone, you got a baby ready to be delivered,” she added, saying she was in “complete shock.”
At 12:31 a.m. on Jan. 1, Stead gave birth to baby Nicholas who weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. He was healthy and one of the first babies born in Canada in 2009.
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