6.9lbs 19.5 inches
We went in on Thursday morning to be induced. The Docs wanted him out sooner than later because his little abdomen was measuring small...which just meant he was getting hungry. Being induced was a different experience than I thought it would be like. My water broke with Bridger so it was all fast. It wasn't bad being induced, and even though it did...it didn't feel like it took forever. Chad and I just hung out...Chad ran some ties to the post office for me, rented a Red Box, He got some studying in, I read and bought some fabric online...it was a nice and relaxing day in the hospital just waiting for action.
Then at 12:15 am the action came and he was born!
He was wide eyed, alert, quite, and so precious!
My Mom(i mean Angel-in-disguise) had Bridger the whole time we were in the hospital. She brought him over on Friday and he wasn't so interested in me or the baby, but he's warmed up to him since. He always asks were he is and what he's doing. He's adjusting to the big change like I imagined he would...being naughty and emotional. Poor guy, he's so use to being the top dog around here. Hopefully he'll snap out of it soon.
So far, Bowen has been a very good baby. I love having a newborn in the house, it's such a peaceful and good feeling!
Thanks to everyone for your help with Bridger, meals, gifts, and prayers! We're so happy he's here!