Haeli and Jaxon around 10 AM waiting for those contractions to start.....
Haeli insisted on having some makeup on before she was too far into labor. :) notice no roots either! That was our ongoing joke, how she would wear her hair, makeup, nails etc!!
12 hours later= Cute little boy! This was seconds after he was pushed out. Haeli is seriously my labor hero! It was such an amazing experience to be there the whole time and to be a part of helping her focus, breathe and relax. She was in so much pain and she fought through it with no drugs! The nurses came in 4 times to ask.." Should we give you pain medication". Everytime the answer was no. My mom was also in the delivery room and really helped her focus. Such an amazing thing that womens bodies can do that no guy will ever experience......She pushed that big Allen head out in 3 contractions (10 minutes). She's amazing!
Jaxon holding his son! Freddie has had respiratory problems since he was born. This morning nurses still had oxygen by him so the doctors decided to fly him over to Great Falls to be on the safe side. Jaxon gave him a blessing before he was flown away in the helicopter. Was such a sweet experience to hear my brother give his first fathers blessing for this little guy to get better. Had everyone teared up.
We meaning my dad, mom,Weston, Jaxon, Haeli, Colter, Nubia and I all had tickets to Brad Paisley last night in Bozeman. Jaxon and Haeli sold their tickets a few months ago thinking it'd be too close to her delivery to be driving. I was supposed to head over yesterday to meet up with Colt, Nubie, Weston and my dad but at the last minute I decided to stay and be with the hospital crew. Even though the concert was amazing so glad I stayed.
Still hasn't had his first bath but look at that dark hair!
Quite the equipment they flew Freddie over in. Little scary looking at him hooked up to all those tubes and IV's.
We're praying his lungs will be trained to start working fully on his own. The doctors say he's doing good just need to keep him at the hospital for a few days to make sure he's 100% ready. Keep him in your prayers.