I wrote in my journal about it a few days ago but I wanted to let the rest of you know that after 9+months of waiting to know if we would have a son or daughter...Jaxon Albert was born last Friday, May 2nd at 6:50am. He was a big boy at 9lb 5oz 21 inches long and a 14 inch head. He has a TON of hair that I am absolutely in love with and is a wonderful eater. My contractions didn't gradually get stronger...they started as onces that made me stop in my tracks or fall to my knees at 4 minutes apart. By the time we got to the hospital they were less than a minute apart and some of them lasting up to four minutes. Anyway, you can read the full story in my journal on Sunday May 4th. Just wanted to let you all know and for those of you that are at the end...it will come soon. Make sure you enjoy your last days of those little movements within cuz that you do miss even with all the things that make you miserable. Best of luck to all of you and in a couple years I hope to do this all again, but for now I could not be happier than I am with the answer to my lifes greatest dream.
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