This post is gonna tell quite a story.....On Friday Feb. 5th I got a call at 6am for my good friend Tiff saying she was going to the hospital because she was having some pregnancy complications. After getting settled in, her Doctor informed her that she was most likely going to be in the hospital for the duration of her pregnancy. At that point she recieved lots of "trash" magazine.....
She was not allowed to eat for the first 24 hours she was there because she was not stable enough for her Doctor to know without a doubt the she would not need a C-section right away. But once she was given the green light to eat we had Cheesecake Factory with the best piece of cheesecake:)
On Friday after I picked up Allie from school we headed over to the hospital to pick up Colby, the Villards oldest son. We had the best day. First we went to have pizza and played lots of games. Then we went to Grammie's house so that Colby could pick some flower's for his Mommy. ( it was all his idea, so sweet)Then we headed back to our house for the kids to play. Such a fun time!!
So at 7:23 Saturday morning I recieved a frantic call from Tiff, she just said "Farmer get here now, this is it" I threw on clothes and was out the door in less than a minute. Got the the corner and Steve called and said to come back because the Villards needed our camera. When I got to the hospital the door was wide open so I knew that this was truly "IT" God is good, Tiff's Doc was out of town and Dr. Mason was the doctor on-call. I knew at that point that she was in the best hands as he is my personal doctor. Kev was a rock, totally there for Tiff and trying to get everything done that needed to be. He was so concerned about his wife and baby but remained so calm. The picture below is Tiff and I killin' time in the OR....
It's a GIRL!!! Gwyn was born at 8:04 am 3 lbs. 14 oz. 17 in.
Sunday afternoon Tiff and Kev got a pass to go out to visit her sweet little girl for an hour.....Congrat's Villard's we love you!!!
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