Our "Team Green' intuition was right all along! Christian William was born at 7:39pm on June 12---a big, healthy boy at 8lbs 13oz and 21 inches long. I had actually been scheduled for an induction that evening (41 weeks), but went into natural labor at about 5am that morning. My contractions came fast and strong and, after laboring at home for the morning, we headed to the hospital around 11am. Ended up getting an epidural at 2pm---heaven!!!---and once fully dilated pushed for 30 minutes(ish) at 7pm. He is perfect and we are SO in love with him!
As an aside, did anyone else have a "wet tap" when they got the epidural? The anesthesiologist punctured something he wasn't supposed to when giving it to me, causing spinal fluid to leak. I work up with RAGING head/neck pain the next morning---so bad I couldn't stand upright and had to be given Fiorocet every four hours for the next 6 days, along with being basically on full bedrest (laying totally flat) to let it heal. They did the "blood patch" which is where they essentially do a second epidural and inject blood into the space in attempt to clot the hole (didn't work for me). Finally, a week after delivery, I was back to normal. I don't regret the epidural at all, but that side effect really sucked! Though I was able to eek a third night in the hospital from the ordeal, so that was good:) Curious if anyone else had a similar experience?