Friday, April 16, 2010

A Change of Plans

I was supposed to have my C-section today. But.....

My DAUGHTER decided to come one week early. My water broke last Friday night. We rushed to the hospital (because she was breech they told me to come in right away if I should go into labor). Grace* (*not her real name) was born via c-section at 8:28 a.m. on April 10th. She weighed 6 lbs 13 oz and was 20 inches long. She is beautiful and of course I am in love. It has been a whirlwind ever since. I just got home from the hospital a couple of days ago, and things are crazy, of course. Today is the first day I've had time to even open up my laptop. I will post soon with the whole story and some photos....

14 comments:

Lavender Luz said...

Many, many happy congratulations to you, your husband, HM and your new baby girl.

So happy for you!

Heather said...

Congratulations!! And welcome to the world, little Grace. :)

luna said...

congrats frenchie and family! how wonderful. enjoy each other!

Meghan said...

WOW!!!!! Congrats on your little girl. So glad she is here safe and sound. Enjoy every minute of her. Can't wait for those pics and to hear how life with 2 is!

Tracy said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! What a wonderful day...

Just me said...

Yay!!!!!!!! Congrats and welcome to Grace. :)

Expectant Duck said...

Congrats! Hope you are enjoying her and recovering quickly (our baby B is breach now and we're looking for feedback on the blog about how safe it will be for our GS to give birth to him....).

amazingk8 said...

Congratulations to you and your family!

Kami said...

Yippee! Welcome Grace. May your life be smooth and full of joy.

cowgirltn said...

Welcome Home Grace

Amy said...

Here from LFCA...

Congratulations and welcome to the world Grace! April 10th is a great day, my DD was also born that day in 2009!

JJ said...

Congrats! Welcome Grace!

Two Shades of Pink said...

First of all, congrats to you and your family! Secondly, our story is so incredibly similar. We adopted our oldest (we were foster parents for 3 years) and while in the process, I became pregnant. Our infertility journey took a little over 5 years but every step is worth it. My girls are now almost 4 and 2. So excited and happy for you!

Bee Cee said...

So thrilled for you all, congratulations! x