It happened again. Last night my sis went number 3. It seems she didn’t have enough fun the first go around so she went again.
Fortunately for everyone involved this birthing didn’t seem to be as traumatic as the first. According to everyone that was there it was slightly comical. During the pushing and heave-hoes rather than moaning or grunting Megan was actually saying “ow, ow, ow”. During the ouchiest part she said to her husband “John, I don’t want to do this anymore, I don’t want to do this!” Hmm… maybe she should’ve thought of that 9 months ago! Ha! As if she was expecting the doctor to say “Well, ok why don’t we just stop for now, you had some good pushes tonight, but I’m going to go ahead and gently push the baby back in and we’ll try again tomorrow. In the meantime me and a couple of the nurses were thinking about getting some burritos…..would you like anything?” Too funny. I didn’t get to see any of the comedy first-hand because luckily for me I left before the placenta hit the fan.

Megan got through it all and sometime last night Mikayla (sp?) Marie Weaver was born at 6lbs…so many ounces and 21 inches (I think). Mikayla Marie is a nice name but I’ll call her by her nickname Double-M Double-U.

Grandma and baby

And just so she doesn’t feel left out here’s a crazy cute pic I found of my 1st niece on my phone.


  1. Anthony B said,

    March 16, 2006 @ 5:22 am

    OK, now I know this is going to sound utterly and completely retarded, but I really dont’ remember you even telling me that your sister was pregnant again…
    Is it possible that I had no idea that she was going to have another baby?
    Is this actually possible, or did you tell me and I really forgot?
    This is the question of the day..

    __We roll tonight, to the guitar bite….
    and for those of you about to rock………..
    I salute you__

  2. Jake Foster said,

    March 16, 2006 @ 3:01 pm

    Going number 3? I think it should be called going number one and a half due to the geographic location of the action.

  3. Micah said,

    March 16, 2006 @ 4:39 pm

    haha, nice jake. Ok from now on it’s either or. Either “3″ or “1.5″

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