I thought my title contained some exceptional Beatles whit. I'm sure it will get an eye roll. The pictures say more than words.
Beckett Cale Brennan
(middle name pending)
Look Closely! That says 9 lbs. 9 oz.. Who's kid is this? We are both just little ones. So obviously this explains the progression of the day yesterday. We started induction at 7:30AM, broke her water at 12:30PM, pushed from 10:00PM to about 12:30AM and had a C section at 1:30AM.
The result, our little boy was out at 1:42 AM and mom is doing great. They're both sleeping right now.
Little cutie. He had just been weighed and footprints taken. He has a big cone head with a lot of swelling and fluid from the extensive pushing but he should be just fine. He is so happy and being so sweet already.
This boy was starving... couldn't wait for mom to finish up with the doctor so he got a little bit of formula help. No worry though breast feeding has gone great so far. They are both great at it.
I learned a lot about this woman past 24 hours. This girl is not shy of deep water. I now clearly understand how some men say over and over that the mothers of their families are their rock. This picture tells it all. She is so beautiful and having so much fun. This was not at a fun stage of the day either. I got so many smiles and precious moments. I've never been so scared and I've never been so impressed. I'm so proud of Alisa. Pushing that baby out ended up being physically impossible for her but she didn't hold back when they asked for more. She had more will power and raw determination than I've ever exhibited at any time in my life. I love her so much and as she said, "as scary and as hard as the day was, it was all worth it!"
Sleep sweet beautiful girl, you did great.