JETT ALLEN is here! Weighing in at 9 pounds and 22 oz long!
Well, he's here. Finally at 4:07pm he arrived weighing in a whopping 9 pounds even and 22 inches long. WHOA....no wonderful I've been soo uncomfortable. Best part is only 1 stitch. Not too shabby. They took him to give him a bath so I'm anxiously awaiting his return. I'm posting pics!!!
Thanks Girls! Ya, the night nurse who just checked me said "your bottom does NOT look like you just pushed out a 9 pounder! I really have no pain except for my back where the epidural was! Hopefully that will get better soon! They have him right now checking his blood sugar since he was so big but so far it's been great. He's wanting to sleep alot tonight so I've had a hard time waking him up to eat but other than that, he's perfect!!!
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