Anxious hours for Nadine and Lukas Jost
The pop singer had a dramatic birth
Noelina is the culmination of a great love. But until she arrived, the pop singer and the doctor endured anxious days and hours.
Singer Nadine Eichenberger, doctor Lukas Jost and their daughter Noelina.
Flavia SchlittlerDeputy head of the people department
Happiness in love with a desired child. That’s not the name of the new hit by Nadine Eichenberger (31), it rather describes her life. On October 17, however, things took a dramatic turn. Complications arose with the birth of a daughter. “The labor had to be started, so it took several days,” says Eichenberger, who now bears the surname of her husband, doctor Lukáš Jost (33). “Unfortunately, after more than twelve hours of labour, a caesarean section had to be performed as Noelina was wedged in the pelvis.
During the birth, “I lost a lot of blood, I had to be stabilized,” she continues, but does not want to go into details. First, she had to recover from physical exertion and emotional distress, which is why she is only talking about it now.
For three whole days, her husband, whom she married on July 29, was by her side. “He gave me a lot of support, I’m very grateful for that. The way she takes care of our little one and me is also wonderful.” She was never afraid, the care of the doctors and midwives was excellent. “I always felt very comfortable,” says the foster mother of Roland Eberhard (66), frontman of the successful pop band Calimeros.
The little one is a very hungry caterpillar
Nadine Jost considers herself a positive thinker. “Despite everything, giving birth was the best of my entire pregnancy. Holding your child in your arms is the happiest feeling ever.” Now the new family is home, enjoying themselves together and keeping the little one busy. “First she went every three to four hours, now every two. She’s our voracious caterpillar,” she says with a laugh. . Noelina got hair and legs from her, eyes and mouth from her husband.”
The little one changed the relationship between her and her husband. “It’s much more intense now, we’re completely happy,” enthuses the native of Bern, who is taking a break until the end of April. After that, she will work again as a team leader for an insurance company and occasionally appear again at concerts. Her happy mother says of her daughter’s name, which means “the one born at Christmas”. “He is our greatest gift and a true angel.”