WATCH: Husband cheers on pregnant wife with a sweet notebook during labour

Kendall and Jasmine. (PHOTO: Facebook)
Kendall and Jasmine. (PHOTO: Facebook)

This man pulled out all the stops for his pregnant wife during her two-day labour to remind her of their love story.

A video has gone viral of Kendall Caver, from Atlanta, sharing heartfelt words of encouragement with his wife Jasmine as she’s giving birth to their child following an earlier miscarriage, Metro reported.

The clip the 29-year-old dad first shared on his Facebook page hours after the couple welcomed their daughter Sofia, details how they’ve been together for 10 years and all the up and downs they’ve faced, The Sun reported.

In the clip Kendall can be seen flipping pages of a notebook while Jasmine rubs her belly,

“Do you remember when we first met? Almost 10 years ago. Before the bills. Before we started our careers. We were just kids in college who took a chance on each other,” he writes in the opening pages of the notebook.

In the following pages Kendall reminds Jasmine to, “breathe like we’ve been practising” continuously and even recalls a joke she loves to tell.

“What do you call a bear with no teeth?” he asks on one page, “A gummy bear! Please stop telling that joke,” he teases on the next page.

“In just a few pushes you’ll be the most amazing mother our daughter could ever ask for,” Kendall reassures Jasmine in another page.

The shared clip garnered more than two million views and attracted copious messages of support from users.

“Congratulations with so much love!!! I’m crying happy tears for you both and your baby princess!!! This video is priceless,” one person commented on the heartwarming clip.

Another added, “Creative encouragement with love works! Congratulations.”

Sources: Metro , Facebook , The Sun




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