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Friday, May 20, 2011

Induction Day - May 18th

What to say? Not much. We are so happy that Sarah is finally here with us! She was a trooper. Once they broke her water at 11:40am, she knew it was go time. Sarah was born at 3:42pm. For those that have had experience with inductions, the doctor was astounded it only took 4 hours. He was ready to take a nap and stay for the long haul.

We were the first VBAC in the new hospital. Yeah us. :-)
8 lbs. 7 oz. and 22 inches long
Sarah came back with this adorable bow glued to her head after her bath in the nursery. When it fell off, Rob put the bow in his wallet.

Who does she look like? Good question. She has darker skin and brown hair (Rob). She also has a fold in her ear just like her daddy. But, seems she has mommy's nose...


Newman Family said...

Congratulations, Emma!!! Good job, Mommy!

Newman Family said...

Congratulations, Emma!!! Good Job, Mommy!!!

Fred and Sheila said...

Susan McMahon told me that yo had a baby last week, so I looked at your blog to get the info and to see the pictures :) What a nice family you have. I can tell you are a close, happy family. Where was Sarah born? Wed May 18th! ===that is a cool birthday! Nancy, my sister, became a grandmother for the 14th time Sunday May 22nd in Florida.
Congratulations, Emma! You have a total of 4 children, right? Love, Sheila

Judaloo said...

I didn't know Emma had a c-section before! Which kid? Love all the pictures! Can't wait to meet her!!!

Kid Wisdom

  • 6.9.15 (Sitting in Emma's office writing a string of abc's) Mom: You have to put a tail on the "u". S: You doesn't have a tail, Reesy has a tail.
  • 6.8.15 Isaac: You know, the grass-watering hose thing? Ethan: You mean sprinkler? Isaac: Yes, the sprinkler.
  • 4.1.15 S: I not sleepy {yawn}. Emma: You just yawned. S: What's "yawn" mean? Emma: That you're sleepy. S: I not sleepy!