LAURA DIAZ: Really, I was scared of the epidural. I would do it again because I plan to did it again with my second one if we have a second one. Having no problem getting up right after, I felt great after it was all said and done, and I've been told that sometimes with an epidural you don't feel all that great when it's over with.
But really, I was just scared of getting the epidural. That was the main reason I didn't do it. While I was going through it, I was kind of reconsidering. (Laughter).
But I had a lot of support in that room. I had not only my husband, but my mother and my father were in there as well, my 13 year old niece and my aunt, my mother's sister. Funny enough, one of the ways my mother thought was going to be helpful to get me through was to say, "You're in the lead after nine holes, you've got nine holes to play, come on, make some birdies."
And I'm like, "No golf right now, okay. Please, no golf."
Q. Bad analogy.
LAURA DIAZ: So golf came into the delivery room even though I didn't really think it was going to.
Q. Born in Jacksonville?
LAURA DIAZ: Jacksonville Beach, actually, is where he was born.
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