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    #HumansOfScottAFB: Airman 1st Class Nicholas Falcon [Image 14 of 23]

    #HumansOfScottAFB: Airman 1st Class Nicholas Falcon

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, IL, UNITED STATES

    12.14.2018

    Photo by Senior Airman Tara Stetler 

    375th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs

    “I’m about to be 21 in May. I’m young, so telling my family I was getting married was hard, and then telling them a year and some change later, ‘I’m having a baby now’ was even harder. I think what made me realize that it’s all worth it, though, was – so she was in labor for 38 hours. She wanted to have him naturally really bad, and to have him naturally, you have to dilate to 10 centimeters. She got to nine and a half, and she stayed there for 10 hours, and that’s really painful. It was painful to watch, too. When we finally had the C-section, I’d been up for almost two days in a row, so to hear him cry for the first time was such a relief. It was awesome. When he was born, he was eight pounds, and now he’s 20-something pounds. It’s tiring, it’s stressful, but it’s all worth it. I’m happy.”

    - Airman 1st Class Nicholas Falcon, 375th Logistics Readiness Squadron passenger terminal representative

    #HumansOfScottAFB is an ongoing photo series featuring the stories of people who work, live, and volunteer at Scott Air Force Base.

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 12.14.2018
    Date Posted: 09.16.2019 16:46
    Photo ID: 5754631
    VIRIN: 181214-F-VX890-2001
    Resolution: 2048x1530
    Size: 229.51 KB
    Location: SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, IL, US 

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