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luca leo’s birth story

For those of you that were following along during my pregnancy knew that I was (im)patiently waiting baby’s arrival after I hit 40 weeks. Every day, I’d wake up in the middle of night, hold myself really still and try to “feel” if I was having any contractions. Each night, nada. I was convinced I was going to go into labor in the middle of the night. I was just so anxious to meet my baby, see what he looked like, smell him, and hold him. Also, I really wanted to have a vaginal birth, and the thought of having to go for an induction after 10 days (mandated by my doctor) scared and disappointed me, so that made me even more anxious to go into labor – I wanted him to come naturally!

On the morning of Sunday, September 24th, I told Lu I wanted to do nothing but RELAX. No errands, no walking, no exercising (I had been working out 6 days a week in hopes that all the movement would move the baby out!), no nothing. I wanted to curl up on the couch, watch movies, and hang out with my husband. So, that’s what I did.

So, we cozied up in bed until about 9:30am and then had some endorphin boosting sex. TMI? Well, I consider that detail important, given what followed shortly after. Then, we showered, made breakfast, and I curled up on the couch with my comfiest blanket with Lu next to me and closed my eyes, feeling a little tired.

My parents and grandmother were coming over at 1:30/2pm to go out for lunch in Jersey City along with my sister, Felicia, and her fiancé, Ben. So, I wanted to get in a little relaxation beforehand.

My water breaking

Literally 15 minutes into laying on the couch (at about 12:30pm), I felt a trickle of liquid. I thought I may have peed myself (not uncommon at that point in my pregnancy), but it felt different – almost, heavier and more gushing, and like it didn’t come out of my urethra, but somewhere else. I said, “Whoops!” and hopped off the couch and the second I did that, a big gush of water followed, soaking my underwear and soaking my sweatpants a bit. I rushed to the bathroom, looked down and there was a bit of pinkish discharge along with totally clear, odorless liquid. My heart started racing – this was it!

I told Lu and he looked at me and said, “This is it?!” and literally he started running around the apartment, getting “battle ready.” He was hilarious – making sure the apartment was set for our return, doing a load of laundry, making sure all of our devices were charged, and so on. I also Googled all about water breaking to make sure this was truly it. I called the doctor’s answering service and the doctor immediately called me back. I told him my water had broke and he just said to wait until contractions were 3-1-1 (three minutes apart for 1 minute each for 1 hour consistently.) He also said they typically don’t start for 12-24 hours, so just to hang around.

Starting contractions

I was SO excited. The baby was on his way! I put on an adult diaper (thanks for everyone’s recommendations to get Depends for this moment!) and walked over to the windows in our apartment with Lu and looked outside over the water. We were in disbelief that it was truly, finally happening. As I looked out the window, a beautiful Monarch butterfly fluttered by. Now, I live on the 27th floor of an high-rise apartment building, so the chance that a butterfly would be that high up is very rare. I immediately took it as a sign that this baby was going to be delivered safely and soon – and that someone was looking over us. I thought of my grandfather, who passed in January. At his funeral reception, my grandmother told the priest I was pregnant and he touched me and told me that my grandfather was going to be looking over this baby. During the early days of pregnancy (the first trimester), I’d talk to my grandfather and ask him to keep this pregnancy and this baby safe. Needless to say, I got the chills looking at that butterfly.

Fifteen minutes after my water broke, at 12:45pm, the contractions started. I started writing them down to track and time them. Sure enough, they were 15 minutes apart and 20 seconds and then quickly escalated. I still had lunch with my family at 1:30pm, so I decided to go and get a big meal in and relax. When my family arrived, we told them my water broke and the excitement really started! Then, at the restaurant, the contractions only worsened but were still manageable. They just felt like very intense menstrual cramps and I had to concentrate on something while they passed and focus on breathing. By the end of lunch (I ate a turkey burger with sweet potato fries), I was ready to get out of there and go home to truly start laboring.

Laboring at home & leaving for the hospital

I got home (my family came home with us), jumped in the shower, and then, the contractions were 4 minutes apart and lasted 45-50 seconds and were becoming too much for me with everyone around, so I sent my family away (they went to my sister’s apartment to wait for updates.) For the next 3 hours, I labored at home with Lu. He put on our soundtrack and helped me breath through every contraction and did massages on my lower back to help counteract the pain. The pain in my lower back was the hardest part – the only way I could relieve it was to bend over the kitchen counter, sway my hips side-to-side and have Lu put pressure on my lower back.

Soon enough, we were pretty much at the 3-1-1 mark and I was worried about getting into New York City at 5:30pm on a Sunday (hello, Holland Tunnel traffic), so I called the doctor and he said to come in. We got in our car and drove to the hospital – it took about 35-40 minutes (would have only taken 20 minutes if there hadn’t been such bad traffic) and those car contractions were excruciating, not being able to stretch out and move. It was at that point that I knew I’d have to get the epidural, that the pain was too much and I wanted to enjoy and embrace labor, not fear it. At that point, I had labored from 12:45pm to 6pm and was ready for some relief.

Arriving at the hospital and the epidural

We got into the hospital and I suffered through a few contractions as we made our way to the delivery room. Once we arrived, I told the nurses all of my birth plan wishes and that I wanted the epidural. The nurses examined me and I was a little more than 4 centimeters dilated and my cervix was very thin. They attached the baby monitor to my stomach and inserted the IV into my arm.

The anesthesiologist came in and told me that I had to make it through a full bag of IV fluids before they could administer the epidural. That hour and a half, while I waited for the bag of fluids to empty into my system, was the absolute toughest of my life. I really thought at one point that I wasn’t going to be able to continue, because the pain was so severe. I kept focusing on a point and just trying to breath through the best I could, but sometimes the pain was just so bad. I kept saying, “They only last a minute, you can do anything for a minute.” As corny as it sounds, I thought about my workout classes – doing 1 minute of burpees or powering through a resistance climb in a spin class seemed impossible, but the instructors always say, “You can do anything for a minute!” That got me through a lot of those last contractions before I was able to get the epidural.

The epidural wasn’t as scary as I thought it would be. I had to sit upright on my hospital bed and bend over as they administered the epidural. I also had a catheter inserted for my bladder. I felt no pain (a slight pinch, maybe) and then, my legs started feeling tingly and when the next contraction came, it seemed shorter and less painful and by the second or third contraction, I felt zero pain at all. I was absolutely blissful – my baby was coming and I didn’t have to fear the next few hours, I could enjoy them with Lu as my body contracted and the epidural took the pain away!

A bit of a scare

Then, we had a scare. I heard beeping on the monitors and my nurse started to get flustered. She called in some other nurse and soon enough, I had an oxygen mask on my face, there were about 5 nurses around me, and I couldn’t see Lu as everyone swarmed around me. One nurse came up to me and had a needle and said, “The baby’s heart rate dropped and we need to get it back up, so we’re going to give you a drug to help.” I didn’t know what was going on and just trusted the doctors to do what they had to do to make sure this baby was safe and I nodded my head and said, “Okay.” Immediately, the baby’s heart rate came back up. Phew.

 

Basically, once the epidural was administered, my body was able to relax and the contractions escalated so quickly, I dilated from 4cm to 8cm in 35 minutes and the baby’s heart rate dropped. The drugs helped the baby but then slowed down my contractions and slowed the labor. I still felt no pain, thankfully, and slowly but surely (another two hours or so), I dilated to 10cm and my doctor came in and told me it was go time.

Time to push

The pushing was tough, but this is where my fitness came in – I never tired, I was able to push hard through every contraction. With every contraction, I would have to push for 10 seconds, three times. Lu held my hand and legs up as I pushed and I just closed my eyes and focused on meeting the baby. I visualized my vagina and I pushed as hard as I could without stopping until the nurses counted down each time from 1 to 10. I could feel a ton of pressure and it was slightly painful, but at that point, I knew the baby was so close that I didn’t even care. I knew I would be holding my baby in my arms shortly and that helped me push. Mind over matter

They never actually said, “Okay, the head is out!” but instead asked me, “Do you want to feel the top of the head? It’s coming out!” I was so determined to birth my baby, I said, “No that’s okay!” and just kept pushing and working. Then, two monumental pushes came and soon enough the doctor said, “Okay, here we go, one more big push!” and sure enough, I felt the most intense relief of pressure as the baby was born (it was indescribably satisfying and amazing) and the doctors immediately put the baby on my bare chest.

When the baby came out, purple and covered in icky baby fluids, I was in utter disbelief. I could not believe I was holding my baby. I’m not even going to try to put my feelings into words, because it’s just the most beautiful feeling in the world. I looked at Lu, we kissed, and we both just stared at this tiny, adorable human that we made together. Lu cut the cord and we just spent the next 10 minutes staring at our baby together.

So, after 12 hours of labor and just 40 minutes of pushing, Luca Leo Cerda was born into this world at 1:31am, weighing 7 pounds and 8 ounces and 20 inches in length. We are so in love and savoring every sweet moment with our son!

Can’t wait to share more with all of you – and my advice to those mamas (im)patiently waiting for their baby’s arrival: it truly is worth the wait.

  • Kay

    Such a beautiful story. Thanks for sharing Ali! He is so precious!

    Sun October 1 at 9:25 pm Reply
  • Tamara B

    Such an amazing birth story! I hope I’m as lucky come November when our baby Leo is born! Congrats mama!

    Sun October 1 at 9:29 pm Reply
  • Ingrid

    Aww so happy for you both Ali and Lol! Your post just made me cry! I’m so happy for you! Sending much Love! ????????????????

    Sun October 1 at 9:34 pm Reply
    • Ingrid

      I meant Lou! Not lol sorry typo smart phone ????????

      Sun October 1 at 9:35 pm Reply
  • Marys257

    Thank you so much for sharing! Congrats to you and your beautiful family. All of your prep and hard work, physically and emotionally, truly paid off. 🙂

    Sun October 1 at 9:41 pm Reply
  • Brooke

    I am so happy for your guys! Reading this reminded me so much of having my baby boy in April! Enjoy every second – hard as some may be – because they truly do grow and develop so so quickly!

    Sun October 1 at 9:41 pm Reply
  • Stephanie

    Beautiful story! God bless you and baby Luca!

    Sun October 1 at 9:42 pm Reply
  • Mariana

    Congratulations!! Luca is beautiful ❤️

    Sun October 1 at 9:48 pm Reply
  • Rach

    Congratulations and well done! What a beautiful birth story! I love that you haven’t "self-shamed" about having an epidural – there is nothing at all wrong with relieving pain, and I always find it sad when mothers "apologise" or express regret about this – I LOVE your comment about being able to enjoy and embrace labour, not fear it, and pain relief is a huge part of that! 🙂 xxx

    Sun October 1 at 9:53 pm Reply
  • Ida

    So so so beautiful! I’m so glad you wrote this! I am seriously so happy for you guys !

    Sun October 1 at 9:56 pm Reply
  • Anne-Lise

    Congrats again, a wonderful story. Autumn hugs from Norway ????

    Sun October 1 at 10:03 pm Reply
  • Jennifer Jackson

    Thank you for sharing your experience! Luca is beautiful! Enjoy every second!

    Sun October 1 at 10:15 pm Reply
  • Mary

    My goodness, what a gorgeous little boy! Congratulations!

    Sun October 1 at 10:17 pm Reply
  • Megan

    Such a beautiful story. Thank you for sharing!! I’m pregnant, due in January and this was really an amazing read. So much good information for me to look forward to! Congrats to you and you new family!!

    Sun October 1 at 10:22 pm Reply
  • Renee

    Congrats!!! Thanks for so openly and honestly sharing your story!! Luca is so adorable ????

    Sun October 1 at 10:26 pm Reply
  • Marianna

    Congratulations Ali! God bless your little family!!

    Sun October 1 at 10:30 pm Reply
  • Isabella

    congratulations! Thank you for sharing your story 🙂

    Luca is adorable!

    Sun October 1 at 10:40 pm Reply
  • Carolina Carrascoza

    Congratulations!!! So happy for you and Lu! My daughter and I have been following you and we enjoy reading your posts. He is a precious baby. Thank you for sharing with us. You make us smile. 🙂 love seeing you all 3 now! Welcome baby Luca!

    Sun October 1 at 10:47 pm Reply
  • Sandra

    Congratulations !! I wish you nothing but peace and happiness to your family !!

    Sun October 1 at 10:52 pm Reply
  • susan

    this made me tear up! so beautiful. so happy for your wonderful family, thank you for sharing with us.

    Sun October 1 at 11:22 pm Reply
  • Kendra

    What a sweet recount of your baby’s birthday ????. So happy for your family ❤️.

    Sun October 1 at 11:36 pm Reply
  • Stacy

    Love love love! I stared tearing up at the point where you got to hold him! Amazing!! Best wishes and can’t wait to follow your newest journey. <3

    Mon October 2 at 12:05 am Reply
  • Linda Cantwell

    Oh Ali, I am so excited for you. I didn’t get an email about the update, so I just checked to make sure baby boy had arrived. He is so beautiful and so are mommy and daddy and so in love. God bless you all as you raise this little boy.

    Mon October 2 at 12:25 am Reply
  • Holly

    This is a beautiful story! I am so happy for your sweet new family! You’re already such a good mama!

    Mon October 2 at 12:48 am Reply
  • Melissa Maker

    Ahhh, I loved every bit of this story, Ali! Got chills when you wrote about the butterfly. Your honesty is so valued, too. I am crazy anticipating what my birth will be like in 4.5 months from now and have been following your journey closely. I am really proud of and happy for you and Lu. Luca is just adorable. It sounds like all of your prep, working out, research and balance really paid off. Wishing you 3 the very best – a life filled with good health, happiness, love, and all the cactus swag you can shake a stick at ;).

    Mon October 2 at 12:52 am Reply
  • Katryn

    Aww, congratulations!! This was beautiful to read. I’m 11 weeks pregnant at the moment and reading this made me so excited for everything to come!

    Mon October 2 at 12:53 am Reply
  • Rochelle Starr

    This was so beautiful to read! I’m incredibly happy for you and your family!

    Mon October 2 at 12:55 am Reply
  • Sara

    Congratulations Ali! Your story is beautiful and so is your sweet boy!

    Mon October 2 at 1:02 am Reply
  • Sophia

    So beautiful, I cried while I read this ❤️

    Mon October 2 at 1:21 am Reply
  • Karen

    Congrats! Amazing. And so happy you listened to the doctors! That does sound scary. You did everything right.

    Mon October 2 at 1:29 am Reply
  • Laura

    For some reason I’m sobbing reading this! Very happy for you! Congratulations!!

    Mon October 2 at 1:44 am Reply
  • Sarah mountain

    Great story!! Congrats!!!!!

    Mon October 2 at 2:26 am Reply
  • Kim

    Such a wonderfully sweet story! It brought back so many prescious memories that I loved reliving. Thanks so much for sharing and I wish you all the best!! I’m looking forward to hearing more about your adorable family!!

    Mon October 2 at 2:33 am Reply
  • Jennifer

    Congratulation!!

    Mon October 2 at 2:34 am Reply
  • Olivia

    I am 39 weeks pregnant. So your story helped me! Thank you for sharing! ????

    Mon October 2 at 4:53 am Reply
  • Stephanie

    Congratulations! He’s perfection! Aren’t epidurals the best thing ever?!

    Mon October 2 at 5:51 am Reply
  • coolgreendays

    Such a lovely story – thanks for sharing xx

    Mon October 2 at 8:17 am Reply
  • Alison

    Congrats! Thanks for sharing so candidly. I am 39 weeks and (im)patiently waiting for our new guy to arrive. Really appreciate the full recap 🙂

    Mon October 2 at 2:15 pm Reply
  • Nancy

    What a great story! It’s been 43 years since I gave birth and I still remember every minute, and the intense emotions. It’s been 3 years since I was in the room when my daughter gave birth. Mothers never get tired of telling their birth story (you will tell yours to anyone who will listen, for the rest of your life) nor of hearing others’ stories. Thank you for sharing — he is just beautiful. Congratulations!

    Mon October 2 at 4:06 pm Reply
  • Liz Kennedy

    Congratulations and much happiness to you and your family.

    Mon October 2 at 5:12 pm Reply
  • Kathy

    Such a beautiful baby. Congratulations!

    Mon October 2 at 5:17 pm Reply
  • Frances

    Thank God for a safe delivery of a healthy (and beautiful!) baby!

    Mon October 2 at 5:22 pm Reply
  • Tina Morrow

    This is awesome! I am so very happy for y’all! I had epidurals for my last two babies and it truly made all the difference in being able to enjoy their births in a far less tense way. Your son is adorable! Hope you three are getting some sleep here and there.

    Mon October 2 at 5:31 pm Reply
  • Hillary

    Congratulations Ali and Lou!!! Thrilled for you both and enjoy this time together as a new family of 3!!!!!

    Mon October 2 at 5:40 pm Reply
  • Cathy

    Congratulations, Luca is adorable!!!

    Mon October 2 at 5:46 pm Reply
  • Donna Ross

    He is so beautiful! And it sounds like you just powered through to get him out. Great job (to both of you). You now have your little miracle! Enjoy!

    Mon October 2 at 5:50 pm Reply
  • Becky Ansel

    Loved your story!! Luca is beautiful Ali! Babies that sleep with their arms out to the side or over their heads are said to be happy & content ????
    Congrats to you & Lu, sending love & hugs from Idaho! ????????????

    Mon October 2 at 6:20 pm Reply
  • Judy

    Beautiful family…so happy for you!

    Mon October 2 at 7:26 pm Reply
  • Aida

    Beautiful story, so happy for you and your husband. My husband and I are working on having our first baby. I pray for a pregnancy like yours and unique. Thanks for sharing your story, your posts are inspiring and informative..love your blog!

    Mon October 2 at 8:49 pm Reply
  • Deborah Thomas Knight

    Thanks for sharing such a beautiful story. It brought tears to my eyes thinking about birthing my babies. Enjoy these moments with your wonderful new family member!

    Mon October 2 at 8:55 pm Reply
  • Barbi Van Veenendaal Lorenz

    What a wonderful report…..Congratulations! The baby is beautiful and you look radiant. Thanks for sharing, it certainly made me re-live my own birthing experiences. Love and best wishes!

    Mon October 2 at 9:12 pm Reply
  • Tracy

    Congratulations! Long time reader, infrequent commenter — but just had to say that your baby is beautiful, and it’s lovely to see the three of you together! 🙂

    Mon October 2 at 10:48 pm Reply
  • Peggy

    Congratulations!!! Beautiful baby. Thanks for sharing!!!

    Mon October 2 at 11:00 pm Reply
  • Linda

    Beautiful baby boy! Congratulations❣️

    Tue October 3 at 2:53 am Reply
  • Liz

    Congrats Ali on your sweet boy!
    I ended up having an induction and the way I look at it as long as the baby gets here safe and sounds that’s all that matters. As my doctor told me there’s no perfect way to be born.

    Tue October 3 at 3:52 am Reply
  • Debbie

    Wow, this is an amazing miracle of God’s Love!!!!! Of your beautiful son (I awwwwwed several times while reading 🙂 and you and Lu!! Thank you Ali for having the courage and taking the time to share this extraordinarily personal and special time with us. I absolutely have goose bumps and am so happy for all of you!!! Wishing for many butterflies over Luca Leo’s life and may God continue to bless your beautiful family! Congratulations!

    Tue October 3 at 7:33 am Reply
  • Alison

    Wow, what a cutie! Well done you!

    Tue October 3 at 9:19 am Reply
  • Annie

    Ali, He is perfect and beautiful (and gosh darn CUTE)! Enjoy your little angel and may your grandfather watch over him always.

    Tue October 3 at 6:15 pm Reply
  • Sara

    Omggg ???????? so sweet thanks for sharing. I labored with out the epidural it was the most intense pain ever but so worth it

    Wed October 4 at 3:00 am Reply
  • Eloisa Walker

    Thank you for sharing your journey with us! Congratulations! What a sweet blessing ???????? This blog definitely teared me up!!

    Wed October 4 at 3:00 pm Reply
  • Susie

    Thank you for sharing, I loved reading this! I found it so touching that you went out for lunch with family and then had them over while laboring. I don’t know, that seems very special! It must have been so exciting for everyone! Your son is beautiful, your hard work and devotion to your fitness and health clearly paid off when it got to be go time, and I’m sure it is beneficial now as your body recovers from pregnancy and delivery. Congratulations, and enjoy every minute!

    Wed October 4 at 6:44 pm Reply
  • CM

    I enjoyed reading your birthing story. Thank you for sharing. Congratulations!

    Wed October 4 at 8:59 pm Reply
  • Rudaina Hussain

    Thank you for sharing your story. You are truly an inspiration to all of us. Congratulations to both you and Lu, Baby Luca has just received the two most amazing parents to guide him through his journey in life!

    Thu October 5 at 12:53 am Reply
  • cherie

    What a beautiful story! It brought back memories of my experience at this time last year. Thank you for being so candid and sharing. All the best!

    Thu October 5 at 2:42 am Reply
  • Lynne

    thank you Ali and Lu for sharing your beautiful story….My adult children are 55 and 52, but I can still remember the pain and the joy of giving birth….it truly is a miracle!
    Can’t wait for the next update.
    Love Lynne

    Thu October 5 at 3:18 pm Reply
  • Yva

    Blessings to the three of you!

    Thu October 5 at 3:20 pm Reply
  • Leslie

    Loved hearing your beautiful story! Thanks so much for sharing! Really helpful for those of us who have never been through a pregnancy and are curious about it!

    Thu October 5 at 3:24 pm Reply
  • Jannie Turczyn

    God’s blessings to baby Luca….CONGRATS.

    Thu October 5 at 3:28 pm Reply
  • Mary

    Congratulations! Your beautiful story reminded me of the births of my two children, 41 and 37 years ago. I wish you all good health and happiness.

    Thu October 5 at 3:55 pm Reply
  • Susan

    Hi, Ali – wow, what an amazing story, photos, etc……bet we all feel like we were right there with you, right, everyone?! I sure did…..although I am a grandma now of 3 lovely girls, 2 via our daughter aged 13 and 15, and 1 via our son/wife who is now 3, it is always lovely to hear a birthing story……thanks for taking the time to share this with all of us!!

    Thu October 5 at 4:20 pm Reply
  • Patricia

    Hi Ali!
    Congratulations to you and Lu!! What a Beautiful baby! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful experience. I’m so happy for you two. Yes, I also felt like I was right there with you. You are truly blessed. Congratulations again!????????????????
    Love, Patti

    Thu October 5 at 4:48 pm Reply
  • mari

    Congratulations, he is beautfiul and so are you mama!!!!

    Thu October 5 at 5:31 pm Reply
  • Joann Gross

    Congratulations to the both of you! May God Bless and watch over BabyLuca????????

    Thu October 5 at 5:54 pm Reply
  • Melany Callagher

    Okay… I’m in tears. So cool of you to share. Beautiful pictures of a beautiful family. Congratulations!!

    Thu October 5 at 6:48 pm Reply
  • mary young

    Absolutely love the name you chose. Original names or after loved ones? My daughter
    has the same middle name of both of her grandmothers. Talk about two happy ladies!

    Thu October 5 at 8:06 pm Reply
  • Melody Case

    Congratulations, Ali and Lu! Luca is absolutely adorable. And look at that hair. Thank you for sharing your story. It brought so many memories and feelings from when my babies were born. It’s funny, even after all these years, I can still remember like it was yesterday. Love to you all.

    Thu October 5 at 8:43 pm Reply
  • Elizabeth

    Congratulations to you both Ali! Luca is a beautiful wee boy & I celebrate his safe arrival along with you & Lu.

    Fri October 6 at 12:49 am Reply
  • Sara Galan

    Our Lord bless your beautiful baby ????

    Fri October 6 at 1:09 am Reply
  • Karen

    What a beautiful story, so honest Ali. Congratulations to you both and welcome to your gorgeous son xxxx thank you for sharing

    Love to you all
    Karen xx

    Fri October 6 at 5:02 pm Reply
  • Eva

    Crying!! This is so beautiful.

    Mon October 9 at 2:06 pm Reply
  • Naomi Adler

    I’m not sure why but reading your story brought tears to my eyes! I am not an emotional person at all but it really touched me. Thank you so much for putting everything in such detail about giving birth. I don’t have children and have always been so scared of giving birth. Whenever I get pregnant I am going to come back and reread your pregnancy and labor posts to help me though it! Loved following you! Congrats!

    Wed October 11 at 2:57 pm Reply
  • Stella @ Stellicious Life

    Dearest Ali, so happy to read that both you and baby boy are fine and thanks for sharing Luca Leo’s birth story with us! He looks so tiny and adorable! Kudos to you on the birth and wishing you and your family lots of joy with the little guy! Can’t wait to read how you are adjusting to the new life of parenthood 🙂 big hugs to you

    Fri October 13 at 1:30 pm Reply
  • esther

    hi Ali! would you mind sharing where you got that adorable ABC blanket from?

    Thu October 19 at 9:53 pm Reply
  • Denice Olig

    Congrats to all 3 of you. The new family. Great little name.

    Mon October 30 at 2:04 am Reply
  • Reggie Frederickson

    Congratulations to all of you. A new baby is a true blessing. I like his name! Rest, relax and enjoy your little one.

    Thu November 2 at 12:41 am Reply
  • Emily

    Beautiful, inspiring birth story!

    Hugs!
    Emily
    http://www.fortuitousfoodies.com/

    Thu January 4 at 8:56 pm Reply
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