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Randi was born in Cairo, Egypt. Mother reported that "the pregnancy after three months started spotting and I was given medication to prevent a miscarriage and all activity was restricted." During the pregnancy the family made several unexplained moves within the city. Randi's birth, the second live birth of Mrs. Delours, involved a five hour labor (which was induced). "I had some medication strapped to my wrist which inhaled and it worked as an anaesthetic." The father, who had some medical training, participated in the birth.
The home situation was quite chaotic, complicated by father's wild rages and extravagant personality and, more recently, by all the unexplained moves. Father was also away from the house a great deal and led a private existence which he did not share with his wife. The older son, Samuel (age 6 and named after father), was prepared for his sister's birth and reacted to her homecoming by spraying her with insecticide, for which father beat him so severely that he required stitches in his leg. Although Randi was breast fed for two months, mother was not committed to the breast feeding. While she found breast feeding to be repugnant, she was also entranced by her large bosom. As a young woman she had been mercilessly teased for being flat-chested; she enjoyed being buxom. However, mother was quite conflicted over her nurturant role and she easily gave up breast feeding. Additionally, both parents had difficulty with touch, and mother reported that "neither of us cuddled nor handled the children." Not long after her birth, mother turned Randi's care over to one of several nursemaids who, in effect, raised Randi.
When Randi was six weeks old the family fled the Middle East and moved to the United States (mother's birthplace). During Randi's first year the family moved five times within and between states, finally moving back to France, the father's homeland. While Mrs. Delours viewed her husband's behavior as irrational, marked by impulsive, manicky behavior, she dutifully obeyed his wishes and helped with the moves.
As soon as the family moved to France, Randi, 11 months old, was separated from mother and hospitalized for a tonsillectomy. After Randi was discharged from the hospital, her mother also had surgery and was hospitalized for over two weeks. Randi was without her mother for almost a month, being cared for by a strange nurse (father was also unavailable, being away on business) during a critical phase of attachment. When Randi was aged 1 ½ father was hospitalized for an appendectomy and when she was 2 the mother was hospitalized again for one week and "Randi was left with a different maid who was very young, became attached to Randi and would spend her salary on presents for Randi. Randi also cared for her." However, after eight months of employment, mother said, "we had to fire the maid," as she was caught having an affair with the father. It was clear that this was a trauma for all the family. (see THE ROLE OF THE FAMILY IN THE DYNAMICS OF FEMALE TRANSSEXUALISM PART V)
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