Child birth isn’t usually high on the list of experiences people expect to be a ton of fun, and there’s good reason for that. It’s painful, nerve-wracking, and it can also be long and unpredictable. Sometimes though, women get lucky enough to have relatively easy deliveries, and it sounds like The Bachelorette alum Desiree Hartsock may be one of them. In an interview with Us Weekly published Friday, Desiree Hartsock opened up about her home birth with her newborn son, Zander, and all things considered, the delivery sounded like a dream.
Hartsock — who appeared on the reality show’s ninth season, and went on to marry her final suitor, Chris Siegfried — discussed the experiencing of welcoming the couple’s second child into the world Jan. 12, and one big difference from her first delivery with son Asher in 2016 is that Zander was actually born at home. In a post on her blog in Jan. 2017, Hartsock shared Asher’s birth story, and revealed that she and Siegfried had opted to deliver him at a local birth center. When it came time to bring his brother into the world though? They did it all in the comfort of their own home — an in fact, Hartsock told Us Weekly that she and her husband actually “got to watch the sunrise from [their] bedroom” as Zander made his arrival.
If that sounds pretty idyllic, well, Hartsock definitely seems to agree. She told Us Weekly that her 5-and-a-half-hour home birth was a “great experience,”…
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