Take a quick look at this photo and you’d be forgiven for thinking Rebecca Judd’s latest Instagram snap was a family portrait featuring two proud grandparents.
But on closer inspection, it is actually a grateful shout-out to the Judd’s own baby delivery dream team.
After welcoming four healthy babies in five years with the help of the same obstetrician and midwife, there is no wonder close bonds have been formed.
Now we get to see the medical professionals who worked behind the scenes to help the television presenter and her hubby, former AFL footballer and dual Brownlow medal winner Chris Judd, create their family.
Here is the full post on Instagram.
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Big shout out to the best Obstetrician in the world (and loveliest man) Dr Len Kliman and the awesome @midwifecath for delivering me 4 healthy babies in 5 years 🙈. We weren't expecting that when we started out 😱. These guys make an incredible dream team and I can't recommend them enough.
“Big shout out to the best obstetrician in the world (and loveliest man) Dr Len Kliman and the awesome @midwifecath for delivering me four healthy babies in five years,” the caption reads.
“We weren’t expecting that when we started out. These guys make an incredible dream team and I can’t recommend them enough.”
Standing proud with their four children and the two people who led their way in to the world, it is no wonder the Judds look as though they are with family.
And the comments posted below come from many who have shared the same dream team such as Nadia Toprak, who wrote: “completely agree, this dream team delivered my little one 11 weeks ago. They are so amazing and the care is first class, I want to have another just so I can go back and see them.”
I heart my obstetrician
When you are expecting a baby, and a million questions keep you up at night, the advice and support from your doctors and midwives is invaluable.
Personally, I was lucky enough to have an amazing obstetrician when my son was born.
After going through surgery and IVF to get to that point, I was a very nervous first-time expectant mum.
When I was in the throes of labour, there was no greater sight than that of my obstetrician, who marched in at the eleventh hour to take control. I was convinced I couldn’t do it, but her stern headmistress tone made me pull myself together for the big finale. Up until that point she had been quite gentle and calming through every hurdle – and there were quite a few.
But when there were slight complications with me after my son was delivered, her swift and firm action made all the difference.
We would love to hear about a great obstetrician or midwife you know.