I've been super busy with my new little guy, so I'm just now getting around to posting an update. Gage Michael was born on March 15th at 8:14pm. He weighed 8 lbs 6 oz and was 19 inches long. I had a membrane sweep done that day and within 45 minutes I was in labor. From first contraction to birth my labor was less than 8 hours. I went from 4 cm to 10 cm in only an hour. Things were a little crazy, but it was all worth it. We are all adjusting to the newest member of our family and I actually kind of miss being pregnant already :) I hope everyone else is well and enjoying their new bundles of joy!!
Congrats Girly!! Enjoy that new little one. I know what you mean about missing being pregnant already. Its weird one minute you are and the next your not. I thought for sure this was going to be my last one but now that Lyla is here I just can't commit to that statement. =)
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