He’s Here!

 

Huxley William Harold arrived yesterday, the 16th May, at 3.04pm. He was born via semi-emergency caesarian after four loooong days of contractions, a worrying period of decreased movements, heartbeat decelerations and a lot of monitoring. It’s been a long week.

 

We are both doing very well in hospital and will be here for a few more tests until Monday at the earliest whilst the Doctors determine whether or not he has inherited the same condition as Elfie. So far so positive.

He is pretty amazing.

35 Comments
  1. Congratulations Alice! He is amazing. Well done on pulling through a traumatic week. I’ve enjoyed your tweet commentary! I hope the next few days go smoothly and you and Hux are home safe soon.
    xx

  2. HOOOORRRAAAAAYYYYY!!!!!
    Gorgeous! Well done darling. He is just edible (step away from the baby eating lady). Truly perfect. Hope you are smitten as a kitten and enjoying every moment.
    Loads of love to the Harold family. xxxxxxx

  3. He is just gorgeous and I am (as probably many of your fans) WELL JEL! Snuffle your newborn for me -they always smell SOOO good!He is 1 lucky little man and I hope you all settle quickly into life of 4. Looking forward to reading more tweets and praying for good news re the tests. Axxxx

  4. Eeeeeee! That is the lushest news :) he’s gorgeous. Sorry to hear you’ve had a rubbish time though, someone told me his wife was in labour blfor a week and i didnt believe it was possible. You poor thing – I hope the next few days fly by xxx

  5. Congrats Harold family- he is a bit of a beaut. Gorgeous in fact. I hope the stay at hotel NHS isn’t too long for you and the tests come back ok. Welcome to the world Baby H xx

  6. CONGRATS! Wish you the best results for the tests!

    (I’ve been reading your blog for months and god, it’s so weird reading about some stranger’s life on the internet and seeing their baby bump turn into a tiny little creature!)

  7. Congratulations on your gorgeous little man! Awesome name choice – sounds like a superhero in waiting! Glad you’re both doing well x

  8. Congratulations! He looks lovely and I love the name. More importantly he has a fabulous family to get to know. I hope Elfie enjoys being a big sister.

  9. Congratulations to you all. Sad that you had to have the operation but better safe than sorry. I hope that you recover well and quickly.

  10. Oh my congratulations!!!! I’m so glad to hear that you are both doing erll I bet it was a scary but yet eonderful experience once again many congrats and best wishes to you all xxx

  11. Huge congratulations and welcome to the world baby Huxley – he is delicious! Keeping everything crossed for a good outcome from the tests. Sending you all lots of love and best wishes, xxx

  12. Congratulations Alice. I don’t know if you remember me from LJ etc at all but I was just googling “33 weeks development” and your website and picture popped up and I had a bit of a “Woah” moment. Hope you are okay and well done!

  13. Hurray! Amazing news. What a sweet little man. And he is my birthday buddy!

    Congratulations to you all (but mostly to you, of course – well done!).

    Best of luck with his tests.

    S xxx

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