Saturday, September 22, 2007

We Interrupt This Podunk Broadcast to Bring You The Following News:


Jane-Anne and the baby made it through the danger!


Although Jane-Anne did end up going further into eclampsia, the hospital staff acted quickly and the baby was delivered by C-section. And now both mother and baby are fine, albeit Jane-Anne is still receiving certain IV medications to stabilize her condition. She and the baby should return to Podunk in a few days.

So let's all give our warmest welcoming Rebel Yell to our new arrival to Podunk, little seven pound Dusty:


And thank you all very much for your concern and best wishes!!!

(Especially you, Goddesswoo! I'm sorry I couldn't print your comment because part of it had your personal information on it--- and Blogger won't allow me print just a portion of a comment---but thank you so much for your offer!)

(Goddesswoo is a wonderfully kind nurse in Dallas who offered to go visit Jane-Anne, but alas, Jane-Anne was in a different hospital!)

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We Now Return You To Your Regularly Broadcasted Podunk Program:



Anonymous said...

Yippee, welcome to the world little Dusty ... so glad all went well, and Auntie Bo can relax about ONE thing in life!

mielikki said...

I'm glad things turned out well as can be for the new family.
still love that sweater, too.

Anonymous said...

I'm happy everything worked out so well - a beautiful baby, and the emergency help Jane-Anne needed. Be sure to post a photo as soon as you can.

And how about you, Bo? We care, girl.

Brewgal said...

Yay! Glad to hear everyone is doing well. Including you, Bo.

Duckie said...

What great news! Welcome to the world Dusty!

Anonymous said...

Yeah!!! It's great the Dusty and mommy are doing well.

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness!!! and some more info please - weight and all?
I have a little girlfriend for first grand daughter (4th grandchild) was born last Wed via c/s too....very nerve racking when g'mom is 4 hours away and not getting any info and works in a nursery and therefore knows too much of what can go wrong!

Give mom and Dusty our love and best wishes!

Kewl sweater!!!!!!!!!!!

Bo... said...

Thanks, y'all!!!

Dusty's birth weight was 7lbs even. Jane-Anne sent me a pic of him in my cell phone and I can't for the life of me figure out how to transfer it to the computer. So I'm going to ask her to send it to me via email, so I can post it.

(Now Belinda's whining because she wants a biker sweater for her baby, too! And here I thought I was done knitting baby stuff, because everybody else is clamoring for socks socks socks, aaargh!)

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to all; mom, baby, and Auntie Bo...

Chrysalis said...

Congratulations on your new addition. That's a scary thing to go through.

T said...

Was reading your blog and dag.. i felt so bad for your friend with the mentally ill mother I started to cry. Been there, done that, prayed for a 'regular' mom, but unfortunately didn't get one. We did get a period of a couple of years where it was OK with us which was more than I thought we'd ever have. Tell her she's not mean to sometimes turn her mom down, you just have to take care of yourself, too. You can only do what you can do, the rest is out of your hands... Ah well.. I love the way you write. It's like the way some folks I know talk and I could just hear it all over again.

Cyndy said...

An Aussie Rebel yell for Jane-Anne and Dusty; Bonza Bewdy Mate!!!!!

We don't really talk like that, you know.... but it sounds good....

Looking forward to some pictures. I love your animal ones!
I haven't been here for a while, Bo, and I've been catching up. I'm sure you'll sort your diabetes out. It's amazing the number of people I know that go into the docs with a headache and come out with diabetes.... ;0)

T-Mom said...

Yahoo! I'm so glad! I love happy endings!