Just wanted to say it looks like a pretty normal reaction for such a fast labor. I had a 22 hour labor, but the last 45 minutes I went from 6cm to holding baby. In the video I was pretty shocked. I was pale and spacy and couldn't make any decision. I kind of stared at the baby in dismay while everyone else commented on how cute she was. It passed in a few minutes when things hit home, but that feeling really is surreal. When your body experiences that type of pain so quickly there is no time for the release of endorphins. Then by the time the baby is there the endorphins have kicked in but there is no more pain. So the birth high concept is at an extreme, not to mention the fact that there is this little baby in your arms that you're not quite sure where it came from. There isn't really time to process the fact that you're having a baby. All you can really think of is what's happening to you and your body and then...BOOM....there's a baby in your arms.
Toward the end of the video she looks to be coming to. Even from the very beginning she looked concerned with baby. She looked at it before she put it to her chest to make sure it was breathing well. I think she did wonderfully and manged things perfectly on her own. I can't believe what the dads reaction was when he got back upstairs to a baby.