Having the privilege of observing someone at birth is essentially a witness of the miracle of life and can be a beautiful, magical moment. But when Travis Scott found out in October how Kylie Jenner brought her baby, some parts of the birth experience are overwhelming and others are just weird.
As Scott said in a recent interview with Ellen, Degeneres, being in the delivery room, was an experience that aroused him with awe and awe.
At first he was worried about what would happen in the room. "It was so scary, that was my first delivery room," he said. But Kylie's mother, Kris Jenner (or, as Scott calls her, "Mama KJ"), was there to guide him through what happened and stay calm. "It has taken me through the whole process," he explained, "as that thing called the placenta that I've heard of, oh my god, I was afraid of it."
But ultimately Scott could go through the umbilical and even sever he said.
Most hospitals allow at least two people in the delivery room to act as emotional or physical support (or both!). SELF already explained.
Obviously, this is a situation where you want to pick the support people wisely: stick with those who keep you quiet instead of increasing your stress (thanks, Kris), and give people jobs in the region delivery room, to involve them (and you know to help). And remember, above all, what you want should have priority. For example, during Khloé Kardashian's birth, her sister Kim was there to hold her legs .
As Scott learned, after all that has been said and done, this is a very special event for all present. "I was nervous and was scared that we were both young," he said in the new interview. "But if you have a baby in your arms for the first time, it's uncontrollable, it just covers your whole body, I never thought I could love something so hard, it's crazy."