7 lbs 10 oz and 20.5 inches of sweetness!
Since she is our tiebreaker we have been jokingly calling her Tybee. Now the girls outnumber the boys!
I have been very blessed with easy & fast labors and this was no exception, I only had 3 hours of labor! I am very grateful to my sweet Honey and my good friend Mary for being my birth coaches. They make all the difference in the world. And it was Mary's anniversary too! I hope she liked her present!
The funniest moment occured when we arrived at the hospital. We happened to arrive when all the scheduled inductions and C-sections were checking in. When Honey announced (via intercom to the L & D desk) that we needed to check in, they assumed that we were part of the scheduled group and told Honey to have me take a seat in the waiting room. Honey replied, "YOU WANT my wife to DELIVER in the waiting room?!?!?!?" The very flustered staff quickly let me through the doors and into a delivery room! It still makes me laugh because Honey is NOT one to say something rash or raise his voice at people. He must have been really anxious.
How's this for fate? I got the same labor and delivery room that I was placed in two months ago when I had early contractions! Previous Post
Honey and I with our new little princess.
Big Sister is happy with her new little sister.
Christopher loves his little sister.
Keener is so happy to have someone to boss around!!
My three littlest ones. So sweet!
Nana and her newest little grandbaby.
Keener's Godmother Mary meets Tybee.
Our new little princess is healthy and is growing big despite a little jaundice (I think all babies must have jaundice). Now to just enjoy her and let the other kids love on their new sister.
One last picture from the hospital.
Uh, What day is it? Shouldn't the birthing center at the hospital at least get this right????
Made me laugh. Hope it brings you a smile too!