Thursday, April 01, 2010

Kaden Michael is Born

We came into the hospital Tuesday night.  We began patosin to induce labor on Wednesday morning but wouldn't dialate past 2 cm.  Thursday morning, the water broke but still only dialated to 2 cm.  The baby was now breach so the decision was made to have a c-section.  This morning at 7:17 AM, Kaden was born.  He weighted 7 pounds 8 ounces and is 19 1/2 inches long. 


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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! I am very happy for your family!

just.another.girl said...

Congats!!! I had my son last June I cannot believe it has almost been a year already. You have a beautiful family and you and a beautiful woman, from what I have read thus far :-), I pray everything goes well for you. I hope you follow me back.

Radha said...

Hi Michael,
Hearty Congrats! Hope your wife and baby is doing good. Thank you very much for such a wonderful blog. I had 2 miscarriages in one year(Dec 2009 and August 2010). Recently found that I have one copy of MTFHR gene mutation deficiency and I started taking Folgard(Pharmacy people gave me Foltab). I am really very much worried whether we will be able to get a healthy baby. Can you please let me know about the success rate of the treatment for this problem?

Radha said...

Extremely sorry for the typo. I wrote Hi Michael instead of Hi Daron.

ERin said...

Congrats! I have to tell you, your blog is one of the ones I came across during my last miscarriage a month ago roughly. It helped so much to see that 1. I was not alone in the MTHFR battle and 2. success is out there to be had! Congrats! :)

Daron said...

Thank you everyone for your e-mails and comments. When I started this blog, I had no idea how much positive feedback I would receive. It was originally just a place for me to anonymously vent my frustrations. I am overjoyed that so many of you through this blog have discovered treatments allowing you to have children. And, every time that someone e-mails me about finding inspiration here, it tells me that my simple blog is making a difference in the world. Thank you for your feeback. I'm so glad that I was able to help.