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We're proud to announce that John William Rousmaniere was born on October 21st at 3 a.m. at the Beverly Birth Center.
"Jack" is 10 lbs 6 oz. and 22 inches long!
Mom is resting well, as all superheroes are entitled to do once in a while...
Will, Dana, Julia, Charlie and Jack
“Wow! That is really spectacular,” the ultrasound technician said as she squirted cold blue gel on my belly. “I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s just so out there!”
This is the hard part: the final month of pregnancy. It’s a crawl to the finish line.
It’s been a week of major milestones. Julia started kindergarten. Charlie had his first day of school ever. And Will and I celebrated our 10-year anniversary.
I just spent the past 15 minutes with my butt propped up in the air, a bag of cold veggies against the top of my stomach and my iPod headphones shoved down my pants. Oh, and I also have clothespins on my pinky toes.
Call me crazy, but I'm trying to get our breech baby to turn around, and am willing to do just about anything.