Socialite and businesswoman Vera Sidika has opened up about her child delivery experience.
Taking to social media, the new mother of one revealed that the baby delivery process was videorecorded.
Most mothers would not gather the courage of having the whole process recorded, forget about even watching.
But according to Vera, watching the videos regularly makes her a happy mother.
She says that how her tummy was cut and the baby's head popping out is insane and beautiful.
She adds that she will show the videos to Asia when she is big enough to know what is happening.
"I watch it everyday and smile. Can't wait to show her these videos when she grows up."
Vera fearlessly says that filming the birth of Asia is the most precious experience caught on camera.
The C-section was Vera's choice as she had revealed that she never wanted to feel any pain.
Sometimes mothers are forced to undergo the process when normal delivery is a risk to them.
One is however not assured that all will go well. Cases of mothers dying in or after the process have been recorded.
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