Wednesday, September 22, 2010

We're Having A Baby!

I started to have contractions at 10:00 p.m. last night and had them for 2 hours before calling my dr. She told me to come on in. I had some strong contractions but then they slowed down. They had me walk the halls for an hour to try and get things going, but that made little to no progress...so...they have started me on pitocin and we should be progressing. They have talked breaking my water here soon. I will post again when we have a baby! Pray for us!

12 comments:

ChloƩ said...

That is so sweet! I'm so excited for yall! I will pray! I hope you have a smooth delivery and a healthy baby!
Blessings,
ChloƩ

AMY7907 said...

:) Many hugs to Josh, you, and the baby :)

Hang in there!!

QueenFrigid

Abundantly Blessed said...

Praying for a safe delivery for both baby and mama. (praying for daddy, too!)

Blessings,
Vania

Susan said...

I'll be praying for a quick, safe and smooth delivery. Good Luck!
~Sue

Abundantly Blessed said...

oh!!! And Happy Birthday!!! It is always an amazing gift from God when your little blessing is born on your birthday. My youngest was born on my birthday! :)

Blessings,
Vania

Jessie-Bessie said...

Best of luck, God Bless xo

Mat. Emily said...

Happy Birthday, Kristina! I can't wait to hear how things are going with your labor and delivery!

Thirtythreeandathird said...

Congrats! Praise God for a healthy baby and mommy!

Eight said...

Oh, how exciting! My husband and I are praying for you and Joshua and that you'll soon be holding your precious Kloe in your arms!

Anna Joy said...

How's it going, Kristina? Praying for you!!!!!

amulbunny's random thoughts said...

Congratulations on your beautiful big baby girl. I wish you the grandest adventure of your life. I hope your labor wasn't too bad and that you will recover swiftly.

God Bless.

octupletdown said...

Those interventions (pitocin, breaking of the waters) usually lead to a c-section. I hope that isn't the case this time. Labor slowing down is not a reason for interventions. It is to you and your baby's benefit that you research labor and birth. In reality, most doctors know very little about pregnancy, labor, birth and breastfeeding. In their world labor and birth are systematic. Labor and birth cannot be systematized. God designed every woman differently. Labor ebbs and flows at its own pace. Consider having a doula or a midwife with you in the hospital. Good luck and I hope everyone is doing well.