As your baby has been diagnosed with esophageal atresia, the best thing to do would be to deliver the baby as soon as possible as you have already reached term, and perform an immediate post natal surgery to rectify the defect. This would give very good chance for the baby to survive. Also, vaginal delivery
would not be suitable in the baby's point of view. If you do not have any other major problem that does not favor a caesarean section
can be managed during and after delivery with proper care and bleeding can be made minimal by prophylaxis. It is left to your doctor's choice. Wish you a safe motherhood.