A week after deliveryNicole FranzelShe is writing about her “better than expected” C-section.
The Big Brother 29 alum tells Us Weekly exclusively that she didn’t need to undergo labor. The entire procedure took only 20 minutes and my baby was given to me immediately for skin-to-skin, breast-feeding and other tasks.
According to the Michigan native, her husband is from Michigan.Victor ArroyoHe “showed his face” after the incision had been made and was gushing. It was amazing.
The new mother assumed her surgery would take a long time and be painful. However, she told Us that it was actually quite short and didn’t hurt a bit. It really helped me relax. I was worried that it would numb me. I was still freaking out. But it made me feel very relaxed. It was a very peaceful atmosphere which I didn’t expect.”
Arroyo, 30, announced their baby boy’s birth via Instagram on July 23. The new father wrote that Nicole and Victor ‘Arrow are doing well and both are healthy. He said that they were currently snuggling and that he suckled them immediately. “
Franzel says that she is still “a little sore,” but that she has been “recovering well”, Us. I feel a lot better each day. Amazing how quickly our bodies recover! It took me a whole week to get back on my feet and feel comfortable walking again. In the first few days I wasn’t able to walk much.
She says that the Louisiana native is a great help.
Three months after the announcement of their baby, CBS’s former CBS personality married in Florida in March. They” revealed the name of their baby boy.
Franzel told Us that Victor wants to carry on his family’s tradition as he was Victor Arroyo III in June. He can be called by his nickname so that he doesn’t become a ‘little Vic or baby Vic’ throughout his life. Arrow should be as consistent for me like Coco! Coco is a name I am adored by all my friends. “… Another plus is that we don’t know anyone by this name.
They had considered different nicknames, but they were too simple for them. Franzel explained to Us that Victor liked Cuatro while Four was his favorite.
Reporting by Sharon Tharp