So, in case you have been wondering where my blog posts have been…well, I have been pretty preoccupied with my new baby girl! Jane Erin Eller was born Mon., November 21 at 6:35 pm to two very happy parents (one parent…we won’t say any names…was bawling like a schoolgirl).
We went to the Dr.’s office early Monday morning for Kristin’s 39 week checkup like any other day of the week. We had no idea that this would be the day that changed our family forever. While Dr. Martin was checking Kristin’s dilated level, (gross, btw) she got this very surprised/excited look on her face. She told us that she could feel the bag which should have broken already, that Kristin was having a contraction, and I genuinely think Kristin could have jogged to the hospital that morning.
We checked into the hospital at 10:30 am, and told our family to make their way down to T-Town (My mom also shrieked with joy).
Our family started trickling in from across the three state area, and she finally turned completely over after about three hours of laying around.
At 6:00, Dr. Martin came into the room and kept saying, “I can’t believe I have my own baby in my own arms.” This is when I started crying (dang it, I said we weren’t going to say any names).
Everything was a blur after than moment. Family came in to visit, Jane was cleaned up andma on the way home…scary stuff).
Since we came home we have continued to have visitors, ate wonderful food, and has gotten two perfect reports from the pediatrician (already taking after her momma).
Expect more pictures as I get them…and other medications may affect the way it’s works, causing side effects. Do not use unwanted medicines. Take Levitra to your local drugstore which will dispose of them for you.