Saturday, December 31, 2011

Surprise!

Last weekend, our little family packed up and headed to Sheridan to visit my inlaws for the holiday weekend.

Good quality family time. Gotta love it.

On Sunday, my husband's uncle, aunt and cousin all came to my inlaw's house for a family holiday feast. There may have been prime rib involved. And it may have been delicious.

My water broke shortly after the feasting ended. It took me a little while to tell anyone (because I was convinced I had become one of those pregnant ladies who lose bladder control and randomly pee their pants - embarrassing! And something my brothers-in-law would probably never let me live down...). After calling my doctor, the husband and I rushed off to the Sheridan hospital where they confirmed that my water had broken. Four weeks early.

Gory details aside, our daughter was born at 12:11 in the afternoon on Monday; weighing in at 5 lbs. 14 ounces. She's tiny, perfect and completely adorable. We couldn't be more in love with her.


Our little family a few hours after baby girl was born.

Needless to say, my blogging will be a bit sporadic while we adjust to our new little bundle of joy.

May you all have a truly blessed 2012. Happy New Year!

6 comments:

  1. This is so great! Im really happy for you guys, what a beautiful growing family you have Sarah.

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  2. Yay! Congratulations and I'm glad all went well. Some of us would like the gory details...;)

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  3. Such a wonderful gift! A month early? Wow! Glad all is ok. What a beautiful family you have. I can just imagine all the hair barrettes and frilly things that will be in your house for years. -- Love the smile on your hubby's face. It says mountains!
    ~~Lori

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  4. I'm so happy for you! She is so gorgeous. Oh... and the whole thinking that amniotic fluid is pee? Totally happened to me.

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  5. Congratulations, what a beautiful family! You all look great! :)

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