After having been married for ten years, I recently gave birth to a baby girl. My husband and I did not try for a child in our early years of marriage. As an older couple, after more than two years of trying to get pregnant, we realized we needed medical help. These years were filled with anxiety, but finally, with God’s grace, I became pregnant. Days after fertilization, I saw a dot on an ultrasound that was the potential child inside me. However, the closer we got to the delivery date; we went from hospital to hospital in the last days of my pregnancy as I was told that there could be some major complications with the delivery of my child as the cervical effacement and dilatation was not normal in me. I had many appointments before the delivery where the doctor used to check the length of my cervix from time to time via ultrasound. A few days after, my delivery date came closer. The very next day I got hospitalized as I went into mild labor within hours. My doctor told me I was not dilated or effaced at all and started having mild contractions. She said, “No matter how long it takes, you’ll not start trying to push your baby out into the world until you are 100 percent effaced and 10 centimeters dilated”. The Doctor assured me that she would step in to get things moving along. Because of the unfavorable cervix, She gave me Cerviprime treatment and asked me to lie down for at least 30 minutes to keep the medication in place. A second dose of medicine was given to me as contractions were not strong enough. I was monitored closely after administration to make sure that the contractions do not become too strong and no distress comes to the baby. At last, my contractions began and the cervical ripening happened. In less than thirty minutes, the vaginal delivery was facilitated and our baby daughter was out of the safety of my womb. I calmed down when I heard my baby’s heartbeat. Everything happened quickly.