She was 38 weeks when I gave birth to her, she was very healthy and always loved to smile. We were lucky to be surrounded by a team of Doctors and nurses who were there for us, coaching and encouraging me to push (without being over chummy and pushy). My OB-Gyne Dr. Ma. Theresa Dizon was THE best. Always reassuring me that everything is okay. My anesthesiologist was a plus, he, too, is a photographer. I remember before he placed the epidural we prayed and reassured me that all of Jamie's pictures will be documented :)
Mommy is the proudest thats what they say. I pushed and gave everything to the point that I was almost out of breath. Im a bad pusher lol but with the encouragement of my husband and the medical team, i made it through. We made it through. And yes, my husband was there when Jamie came out, he even got the honors of cutting the umbilical cord. To this day, he boasts that he felt like a real doctor haha.
Everything I take in will be hers. I take in good grace from God, she receives it too. I take healthy, fresh and good food, she takes them too. If only I could keep her forever to myself, I will, but that would be too greedy of me. God has a big plan for her, I know that already, She will meet lots of people, people that would either break or make her, but We will be here for her, I will be here for her. I will let her grow like a butterfly and with God's grace, her daddy and I will do the best we can to teach her about life, God and surround her with love.
To our darling daughter, Mommy and Daddy loves you so much! Oh I hope you will never doubt our love for you!