So this past weekend I attended a wedding, where the bride is never emotional and gets choked up during her vows, which made me cry. And I NEVER cry at weddings, not even my own. Then during the reception my dear friend Jessica went into labor, so I left the reception early, made my way home, changed and then took off to the hospital.
Out of all my friends who have had babies, naturally, with and without drugs, c-sections, I have actually never been in the delivery room for any of them. Jessica asked me to come, so I took the chance, I think she'll be the last of my close friends to pop out any more gorgeous children. While I was super excited about this opportunity, I was nervous. Did I tell you I gag at everything. This was a problem in elementary school when throwing up for kids was second nature and well when I would see it, yes I would GAG and then throw up and get sent to the nurses office. So you see my dilemma. I can happily say no gagging happened at all. I was proud. Jessica was amazing, calm yet emotional. Held on tightly with her perfectly manicured hands during the delivery.
So after crying at the wedding I proceeded to cry at the birth of this lovely little girl.
Sailer Carlyle, she's a beauty. I had no idea how emotional birth would be, I am thankful to participate and am moved by this moment. Congrats to Mr. & Mrs. Maxwell and to the Real Family for bringing in a beautiful little girl to our world.
Keep a look out on My Life at Playtime, this is her niece and there are sure to be some lovely pictures of this precious little girl.