Thursday, July 18, 2013

Meet Our Angel

He is here! Our Angel has arrived

This moment that seem like eternity....

I been longing and hoping for this day....

I'm a mommy to not just 2 girls but a BOY now, I'm in love all over again

Maxwell Angel Villalpando
June 25 2013
6 pounds 12 ounces
19.5 inches
St. Joesph Hospital

Meeting this little one brought such sweetness to my heart. The moment Dr. Anzaldo told me it was a handsome boy I could not with hold my tears of joy. A moment that was undescribable. The moment I wish it would last for not seconds or minutes but hours! Once I held him I new it was not for even hours but a lifetime.

Maxwell in our room enjoying the beautiful life of sleeping...

Sidnee meeting her brother for the first time. Poor little Ava didn't get to meet her brother until the day we arrived home. The darn flu going around and little miss Ava had it. When we arrived home she could not get enough of him though.
Proud daddy moments with his son. Can see the love between them already. Daddy and son bonding time!
Tony pushing the lullabye button leaving the recovery room in the hospital. Everytime a baby is delivered a mommy or daddy gets to ring the lullabye button that plays a lullabye song over the entire hospital signaling, there has been yet another baby born. This is so beautiful, no matter where you are in the hospital you can hear this song.  
Maxwell's Brith Story:
This birth is somewhat emotional for me because it brings back a lot of memories of my "Angel" who was once with us. A time that I will never forget! A story yet I never told until now...
It was 3 years ago that God blessed us with a our 1st baby boy. A sweet little boy name "Junior" after my hubby. One saturday evening I went into spontaneous labor and delivered a baby boy at 26 weeks. He weighed 2 pounds 1 ounce and he was the cutest thing you had ever seen in your life. Emotions were flying everywhere. Why did he come early? Is he going to make it? Why me? Is this really happening? It all was kind of blur to me at the moment. He was sent to CHOC Children's Hospital were he was on a breathing machine because he could not breath by himself. CHOC is right next to where I delievered so they would transfer me back and forth to visit him. After being in the hospital for 2 days my little one was just not ready, he was struggling and we could see it. He was just not ready to be in the outside world with us. After a long 2 days in the hospital Junior was ready to be with the man above. He was just not strong enough and we knew it. The day we said goodbye was one of the hardest day of our lives. A day that either me or my hubby will never forget. The day I learned a knew meaning of life and love. With such amazing family and friends were able to pull through such a hard time. The love me and my hubby had for each other allowed us to get through this hard time, and at times I have to say it was extermely hard. Our emotions were all over the place. This is a time in our life that we will never forget yet always remember and always share with our children, they once had a brother that is now in heaven. And to this day we always get together on his birthday and spend time as a family, going to the cemetry and going out to eat just us together! It's a day we get to bond and be with our children ,what life is all about.
This leads me to Maxwell's story that day we found out we were having a boy. The day we could not believe God was blessing us with another yet beautiful sweet baby boy.
It was perfect timing cause I knew now I was emotionally ready to have a baby boy. A year after Junior left us I was blessed with another baby girl and I was truly so happy I knew God thought we weren't quite ready for a baby boy yet. And he was so correct.
Maxwel arrived on June 25 at St. Joesph's Hosipal around 8 in morning. It was truly the most amazing birth. It was different from girls, a moment I can't describe.
On the morning of June 25 my c-section was planned for 7 in morning. I arrived at the hospital 2 hours early so they could prep me. I sat there getting anxious and excited yet nervous as heck ready to meet my little boy.
I started to cry!! And my nurse Diane and my Dr. Anzaldo come in and say to me "don't cry your little boy will be here anytime"
With my first child Sidnee, I had a vaginal birth with no drugs. After having my baby boy Junior, an emergency c-section I was advised to have c-sections with all my other children. When I delievered Ava they put me asleep so I was not able to see her being born. When I was a little girl I had rods put in my back to straighten it because I had scolosis. So with Ava they told me I was not able to get a spinal tap because it would not work. Was a sad moment but wanted the best for the both of us.
This was the first time I was going to have a c-section and able to be awake.  The anatesoligist said he would try, he could not guarntee it would work but he would do his best. Well guess what people they tried it on me this time, after like 10 minutes of trying it worked.
That's right baby! It worked!! The best feeling ever I was going to see this little man awake...yay!!!
The spinal tap worked and let me say it was the most weirdest thing ever. Not being able to move your legs I thought I was going to have a break down. I am thinking to myself how do woman do this. Then I kept thinking am I going to walk again? I was scared to death and I knew my hubby was to for me too. I could see it on his face. But all I kept saying as well as the nurses around me...Your awake you get to see this all happen!!!
As my Dr. Anzaldo and my nurses are jamming out to music singing, praising "she is awake" I'm thinking to myself is he here yet?

And before you know it...
 over the curtains

come this blonde hair "white boy" I tell my hubby. My hubby's response, "he ain't no white boy" haha..
I cried like a baby!!! Omg hes beautiful...
He was more than perfect!
A day I would never forget...
God works in so many ways and we are truly blessed to have 2 healthy girls and 1 healthy boy.

Couldn't wait to bring this little one home

peacefully sleeping in his bouncey already.....

I love him more than words can express...

I love you Maxwell and am so happy to be your Mommy

You are truly going to be a "Mama's Boy"

I don't care what your Daddy says...

Love you dearly,

your Mommy xoxoxo

P.S sorry for all the misspelling and sentences that don't make sense I'm one tired mommy!!! I tired my best...

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