She’s Here!

Yesterday afternoon, I was sitting on the couch doing some work on my laptop. I stood up and my water broke. My doctor’s appointment for Friday, which was to schedule an external version and the c-section, obviously wasn’t going to happen. We headed to the hospital instead.

And at 5:35 pm, our newest little girl was born via c-section.

Jill Elizabeth Miller

September 30, 2010 @ 5:35 pm

19 1/2 inches, 7.3 pounds

She is doing fantastically. I feel great – much better than I expected. If all goes according to plan, I should be heading home tomorrow. Until then, I’ll be enjoying some one-on-one cuddle time!

49 thoughts on “She’s Here!

  1. Congratulations Kate! enjoy those few moments you have alone for one-on-one cuddle time, as well as laundry and meal service, and for sure that nurses button!!!

  2. Oh how exciting!! She is precious! Congratulations on your new, precious baby girl. Glad you’re feeling well!

  3. YOU my dear are amazing! You had a c-sec yesterday and you have already posted to tell us! you are faithful!

    Congrats! I love the name Jill! So adorable and not widely used these days.

    Savor every moment of home at the hospital. I love that time of life!

    Thanks for sharing he with us.

  4. Congrats! Great day! My first baby boy was born on September 30th, 8 years ago. It is good because it means you get an extra year before kindergarten! πŸ™‚

  5. Congratulations!! She’s precious and I love the first picture of her … her expression is priceless!! Like, “are they seriously all ready taking pictures of me??”. I have one very similar of my oldest when he was first born. Love her name!

  6. Awww…she’s a beauty! Congratulations and many blessings to you all! My last C-section with my twins was by far the easiest recovery of all my children (we have eight). Enjoy!

  7. She’s beautiful! Congratulations…
    Looks like you’ve got some wonderful “big helpers” around there. Are you sure you’re ever going to get a chance to hold her?

  8. Congratulations! I hope everything goes very well. Our fifth joined our family about 2 and 1/2 weeks before yours. Isn’t it wonderful and crazy at the same time? I love the shot of your older ones looking on in amazement.

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