A Snapshot of June 16, 2011

Stacie and I arrived at Louisville’s Norton Suburban hospital for the delivery of our second son, Logan Samuel Chase, on June 16, 2011.

My parents had flown in from Texas to care for 2-year-old Jensen, so we were able to devote full concentration to the exciting task at hand.

Our day started off with a small Starbucks breakfast, thus getting off on the right foot.

We pulled into the hospital’s east parking lot at 7 am and went to the Labor and Delivery wing of the campus.  Room #13 awaited us.  It’s a good thing we’re not superstitious…

Throughout the day we had a string of helpful and encouraging nurses.  They answered our questions, alleviated any concerns, and–most importantly–provided Stacie with pain medicine when deemed necessary.

My parents brought Jensen to see us before lunch.  He seemed concerned that his momma was hooked up to machines and lying in a hospital bed, but his concern was quickly replaced by the excitement of raising and lowering her bed with a remote control.

Stacie read Jensen a special “big brother” book, and we assured him his big brother would be here soon.

In the afternoon, her contractions were only a few minutes apart, and she found it almost impossible to get any decent sleep.

That evening, around 8:25 pm, it was time to push.  Less than 10 minutes later, Logan was here.  He weighed 7 pounds and measured 19 1/2 inches tall.

Thank you, Lord, for the safe delivery of a healthy baby boy.

One thought on “A Snapshot of June 16, 2011

  1. I am so very happy for you, what a blessing! I only selfishly wish you were closer to let us help spoil both boys.
    Big hugs and love to all,

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