Saturday, April 24, 2010

the video!



click here to see the video of haley's big day

11 comments:

Michael said...

Wow, she makes it look so uncomplicated. No Pitocin or epidural for this girl, just some fresh spring grass. So happy for you two that you got to witness this beautiful thing togeather.

noble pig said...

So cool, congratulations! I think my favorite part is that she was EATING while giving birth...that's my kind of woman! If I could have had a cheeseburger while giving birth to take my mind off the extreme pain, I would have done it, LOL!

Michael said...

Wow- what a pro! Welcome Ronnie, and I can only hope it will be so easy someday for this Haley, too ;> I'll have to talk to her and get some tips...

Throwback at Trapper Creek said...

Congrats to the new grandparents! ;)

Carver Family in Vermont said...

Most bitchin!!!!!!!!!! I too love the a well let's see hmm yea I'll eat some grass and oh look what 's coming..Plop>

Very sweet and such a nice day

Cecelia (CC) said...

Your laughter plucked my heartstrings.

The kids LOVED it!!

Jesica said...

That is incredible! Thank you for sharing this wonderful moment. I can't wait to show my kids this afternoon.

ashleu said...

Woah! She makes the birth of my daughter (a scant 5 weeks ago) look like a cake walk. Congrats!

Virginia Carver said...

What a great mom!!!

Susan said...

I love the way you two left her alone. She knew exactly how and what to do. I'm a human's midwife in Portland (and an avid follower of your blog) and we've realized how little we really need to do when a baby is coming. All Mama's usually need is privacy, quiet and trust. I was at a home birth night and it was very similar except her husband caught the baby with us nearby but hands off. Great job you two humans! Oh and Haley, too!

kab said...

Oh, my gosh, I totally teared up when Brian said he was moving. So beautiful! Congratulations to all of you!