Yep, that's amnionic fluid on the floor.
No progress made over night. A contraction here and there. A few walks around the halls. Nurses waking us up periodically.
7 AM brought the first big contraction, but they were still pretty sparse.
8:30 AM commenced a series of
9:2o -ish AM, Cheri, our awesome midwife says, "That's it time to push!"
9:31 AM brought Little Lucy into the world.
Her chord was wrapped around her neck, so she was a little blue - needed some O2
I was proud of Amanda when Addy was born, but this time she really impressed me.
I don't know why she declined, but she did. It was hard for me to see her in so much pain, but I can honestly say, this time, that I've never been so proud of her. She showed me a side of her that I had never seen before (and I don't mean her insides - gross.)
Mommy and baby, both doing well.
7 pounds, 7 ounces. 19.5 inches long.
I know that may seem normal, but to us it seemed so tiny.
I mean, Addy was two pounds heavier, two inches longer.
Abby came in a few hours later to give Lucy her first bath.
Thanks Aunt Abby!
Getting her hair washed.
She has my dad's hair. Dark on the sides, nothing on top.
Lucy Joylynn Boyd
All wrapped up and warm after her bath.
Addison was so excited to see her baby sister outside of Mommy's belly.
Grandma Judy brought Addy in to meet her sister.