Anita Nderu has created a special playlist to listen to when the time comes to deliver her baby. She hopes to hype herself during the birthing process and enjoy every moment of it.
She expects nothing but danceable music. (Wakadinali jams will work for her she says).
I don’t know why I imagined I would be over there listening to Wakadinali while diving into it. I don’t know what I am assuming is going to happen in the labour room. My friends were over here telling me to listen to slow calming music, and I told them that no, at that moment I want to be a beast,”
I will be that person walking/crawling into my labor room with a JBL speaker, B with a cooler box and our squad of labor supporters and my overpacked hospital bag with all kinds of essentials whose use remains to be seen,”ANITA NDERU
Although she has no idea of what to expect in the delivery room, the playlist, she believes will help her through the whole experience, which she has promised to document.
I know the labor party of the year may not be a reality but I will hype myself the best way I know how so I can find a way to enjoy the birthing experience and later share with y’all the litest most dramatically theatrical story ever told of a child being born🤭😁ANITA NDERU
Anita & her husband Barrett Raftery can’t wait to meet their baby.
The final lap has been absolutely swamped, scary and glorious and I am so grateful for this experience. B and I are so excited to be parents and share our love and lives with our little human,”ANITA