So we won't go into all the details in the blog (you can ask me if you want), but the baby girl got here! She actually came a week and a half early, which is the earliest of any child so far.
And she didn't come quite as fast as Liam, so I was able to make it to the hospital, no epidural (my choice, even though at one point for a few minutes I was thinking uh oh, I maybe should have gotten that)......
And we finally thought of a name, Evelyn Elizabeth O'Berry. I think it is so beautiful, just like she is. She was born on August 26th, a day before Ryan's birthday, phew! I was due September 4th.
Labor basically started at 4am ish....got to the hospital around 530/545 and she was born at 752 am, weighed 7.2 pounds (also the biggest) and 19 inches long (shortest).
The boys were ECSTATIC to meet her, even though they didn't see her with her eyes open for a couple of days and were worried she was never going to do it!
Here is our attempt at a girly room....
I included this picture because the hospital had a "nutrition room" which I found hilarious. It was designed for families that visit, but a nurse told my kids there was an all-you-can-drink soda machine and since we never drink soda, they were in heaven. I was not in heaven because it was literally across from my room, but if all they ate for 2 days was soda, so be it.
Finally we got around to putting most of Liam's stuff/clothes in their shared room. The baby coming finally made it happen. This must also have been recently after a haircut. The boys helped Ryan put the crib together.
Hey, it is starting to look partially girly.
Collin helped put the baby girl clothes in the dresser.
Liam helped put his little dresser together.
Building at the man store
The snow cone stand that they made tons of money at :)
Collin with his baseball trophy.
He earned enough tickets on his birthday to earn a sword, yet another one.
Collin helped design his birthday cake, candy mountain is what he called it.
In the pumpkin patch, which went out of control. At one point more than 60 pumpkins had started growing.