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48 Hours, Labour Pains & a 9 Pound Baby! WATCH the Latest Episode of Dolapo Sijuwade’s Pregnancy Diaries




  1. maygurl

    September 18, 2017 at 4:46 pm

    whaooo!!! you got me laughing altru and yea right I sure know the feeling ‘labor pain’. In all it ended in praise,.. congrat babes. My first time watching you vlog and I think am here to stay.

  2. Bola

    September 18, 2017 at 9:43 pm

    So interesting. I laughed so much. Labour Pain is crazyyyy. The ring of fire is the WORST part!!! (When the shoulders are coming through your hip bone area). You literarily feel like you will not make it out alive LMAO…. Thankfully you didn’t have to go through that. After my first; I was like neverrrr… lollll went epidural for the rest. Can’t wait to watch your first two week video as a mum. Love to the Lil’ prince.

  3. remmy

    September 19, 2017 at 11:08 am

    i laughed, especially the moo ooing part. God bless you and your baby boy and hubby

  4. Letty

    September 19, 2017 at 7:47 pm

    Nigerians and the need for constant validation. This need to perform pregnancy and labour is narcissistic. After having each of my numerous babies you don’t even have time to take a shower all in the process of nurturing your baby. Women go through harrowing experiences but do it with grace and quietness. To take out precious time to shoot a video is quite frankly very narcissistic and shallow. Having a baby is a gruelling experience your ultimate. Focus is on your baby it’s a special and very tiring time between you, husband and immediate family members.

    • Ijeoma Okris

      September 20, 2017 at 2:07 am

      I totally agree, very narcissist to say the least. My kid sister just had a baby and I was in the labor and operating room. I just don’t see the need to get on camera to share every bit of info to the world. She just has to talk to get noticed. Like you said, nothing but needing constant validation

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