They were about to enjoy their meals, when the wife suddenly felt first calls for contractions. Excited husband started calling the obstetricians, but the office was closed for a Jewish holiday. Then they got connected to their doctor Arita, who told Phillip to bring his wife to the hospital only when contractions are frequent and regular. Therefore, at about 10 p.m. the couple left to the marital hospital.
Closer to the midnight the expectant parents arrived to the place and were sent to an empty hospital room to wait. Phillip was very excited and could not help appreciating Cheryl's calm and determined mood. But staying there, in the hospital, they felt as just a little part of daily turnover of future parents, that's why it was going more and more exhausting for both of them to wait.
They escaped from the room to have a walk, then came back and watched TV for a while. When contractions grew really very strong, Cheryl's doctor Arita finally visited the room to see the future mum. He offered painkiller, but Cheryl refused. As her health was very good and there were no fears for baby's safety during the delivery, Cheryl wanted to give natural birth. Contractions have been getting stronger and stronger, and Cheryl tried hard to do proper breathing. Very soon her pain became unbearable and she cried for a painkiller.