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  1. I delivered 12 days ago in Austin and here were some of our hospital’s mandates:

    All patients admitted were tested. If they tested positive, their support person was tested. If they were positive, they had to leave. We had my mom set up to be my backup support, but were super diligent about practicing social distancing for the month prior to arrival to ensure my husband could be there.

    He was allowed to come and go during certain hours (we have an 18month old at home), but no other visitors were allowed.

    Masks had to be worn when anybody else was in the room. This included during labor and pushing!

    Hope it helps and best of luck to all mommas delivering during this crazy time!

    1. Hi Kelly, Thanks for letting us know about your hospital experience! It was smart to plan on having a backup support person and I’m glad your husband was able to be with you. Congratulations on your new baby 🙂

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  3. Congratulations! Your baby is beautiful and a reminder that miracles happen every day, even in a pandemic. So glad your husband was able to stay with you. I can’t imagine going through birth or welcoming a baby into the world with just one parent.

    1. Thank Jen! Yes, he is definitely a reminder that life goes on even in the craziest circumstances.

  4. This is such a helpful post! I am sure new moms to be must be feeling really stressed at the moment.

    1. Yes, I think I would be feeling a lot more stressed out if I hadn’t been through this all before. Thanks Asma!

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