They make the maternity waiting rooms much more comfortable these days. I remember metal chairs and a granite floor when my son was born, but that was in 1968. I remember in a different hospital a small room with old dog-eared magazines for expectant fathers when my daughter was born in 1973. It was very early in the middle of the night and I tried to nap this time. I had been assured by the doctor that all would be normal and I had to go to work in the morning. I had done the pacing and hand-wringing the night my son was born.
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