WATCH..The incredible moment a baby pulls the iconic hero pose seconds after being born
Monday 25/March/2019 - 02:16 PM
An incredible photograph taken by a proud father has revealed the moment his baby son pulled the iconic hero Superman's pose seconds after entering the world، Dailymail reported.
Harry was born via planned Caesarean section at 40 weeks and four days because of his large size، and weighed four kilograms at birth.
'A little Superman entrance،' his mother، Bree Jessica، from New South Wales، shared of the incredible image.
'It was a surreal experience، seeing Harry being born and seeing his face for the first time.'
Speaking about the birth، Bree said she had a C-section with both of her babies، Harry and Jack.
'I had a planned C-section because Harry never engaged،' Bree told FEMAIL.
'He was sitting nine centimetres above the birth canal when he was delivered، and the C-section was actually a really calm experience.'
The mother said she remembered the nurses asking her whether 'I was ready to meet my son' before the Caesarean began.
'My husband was in the operating theatre with me، only leaving when they placed the epidural as he doesn't have the best stomach for needles،' she said.
Around 20 minutes after arriving in the theatre، Bree said they 'dropped the curtain' and she was 'lifted up so I was able to see Harry being pulled out'.
'My husband took the picture of Harry،' she said.
'That entrance was the first time I saw my son'.
Despite the fact that Harry was born seven years ago، Bree said she only recently thought to share the image with her friend، the doula Jade Jeyaratnam، after she asked for a story to raise awareness for C-section births.
'I never showed anyone the photo or thought much of it،' Bree said.
'But when my friend asked if I had any photos of my boys' deliveries for C-section awareness and then she published it on Instagram، I had people reaching out to me in support of the picture.'
Bree said she is keen to 'empower other women in their birth journey'.
'I'm proud my photo could be helping other women،' she said.