Lazlo’s Birth

By , January 12, 2010 10:08 pm

Sir Hubby helps me to relax using our Hypnobabies techniques...

Sir Hubby helps me to relax using our Hypnobabies techniques...

Jill & Sir Hubby check on Lazlo with the Doppler. He is such a strong, healthy boy and has perfect heart tones the entire time!

Jill & Sir Hubby check on Lazlo with the Doppler. He is such a strong, healthy boy and has perfect heart tones the entire time!

They have to get really, really low to find good heart tones since the baby is so close to being on the outside!

They have to get really, really low to find good heart tones since the baby is so close to being on the outside!

THIS moment would have never been possible without the love, faith, and unwavering belief of my birth team. They never doubted me for a minute...even when I was convinced I couldn't do it! Jill, Lynn and Sir Hubby are the reason Lazlo was born safely, gently and at home!

THIS moment would have never been possible without the love, faith, and unwavering belief of my birth team. They never doubted me for a minute...even when I was convinced I couldn't do it!

T-Bird is very ready to be reacquainted with her favorite na-na's while Sir Hubby meets his brand new son.

T-Bird is very ready to be reacquainted with her favorite na-na's while Sir Hubby meets his brand new son.

T-Bird is very ready to be reacquainted with her favorite na-na's while Sir Hubby meets his brand new son.

I have the feeling that this is going to be a fairly common sight around our house for some time to come ♥

7 Responses to “Lazlo’s Birth”

  1. Melodie says:

    Congratulations! What a beautiful birth! I especially love the last picture. It reminds me a lot of the way our house was for the first five months after my second baby was born.

  2. [...] that we have finally welcomed our newest addition— an 11lb son named Lazlo who was born safely at our home — I can take the time to sit down and write again. The swelling and the restlessness of late [...]

  3. [...] way-out-there side of the  spectrum in the past few years by having a VBAC home birth in 2008 and another earlier this year while practicing tandem nursing. We’ve even got the 100-inches of family bed going on now [...]

  4. [...] way-out-there side of the  spectrum in the past few years by having a VBAC home birth in 2008 and another earlier this year while practicing tandem nursing. We’ve even got the 100-inches of family bed going on now [...]

  5. [...] after Lazlo was born I attempted to play the “stick your tongue out” game with him: ya know, the one where [...]

  6. Tchai says:

    Congratulations…

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