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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Elle Jae Beagley

Our sweet little girl made her appearance on Friday Feb. 3rd, 2011 at 2:43pm.
I was induced right on her first due date (her second one was Jan. 31st). We went in at 7:30 am and i was started on antibiotic (because i was strep B positive). Those had to be in my system for 4 hours. Around 12:30pm the doctor came in and broke my water and turned the pitocin up. Up to that point i was having very regular contractions, but they didn't hurt. After he broke my water, they started to become painful. about an hour later they checked me and i was dilated to 6cm and about 5 mins later the pain got drastically worse. I kept thinking to myself "If this is only a 6, i can't do this". I had planned on going natural, and avoid having an epidural at all costs, but this pain was unbearable. I couldn't imagine it getting any worse. So tearfully i asked them to send the epidural guy. As my next contractions came, i couldn't believe the pain. Just then, the baby's heartbeat wasn't registering on the monitor. For about 5 mins the nurse was trying to relocate it, and then she started to panic a little. I felt her hands shaking. All i could focus on was her, and the fact that they couldn't find the heart beat. I kept asking if she was ok, and why they couldn't find the heartbeat. I started to panic along with the nurse and they had to put some oxygen on me. The nurse pushed the call button and said, "I need some help in room 5!" A team of nurses and a doctor came in and they started to try and help the nurse to see if everything was ok. Finally they put an internal monitor that screws into the top of the baby's head (just the skin) and the heart beat was found. It was the best sound in the world. As they put in the monitor, the   epidural guy came in. He tried to ask me questions but i was so delirious that i couldn't answer him. The nurse then informed us that i was fully dilated. The epidural guy stated that is was too late for him to help, and he left.  I then got the urge to push. They tried to get me to wait for my doctor, but i couldn't wait! Minutes later my doctor walked in and after about 10 mins of pushing she was born! Just a little over 2 hours of actual labor--- not bad! 
We named her Elle Jae Beagley. She was 6lbs 13oz and 20 inches long. She is perfect! We love her so much. She is the greatest blessing in our lives. It's so amazing how you can instantly love someone as much as we love her. It's very humbling that Heavenly Father would trust us enough to let us raise this precious soul. All the panic and pain was so worth it and i would do it again any day to have her. She eats well, sleeps well, and is growing like crazy.
At her two week appointment she was weighing 7lbs 3oz and was 21 inches long. 
Life is great!

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Oct. 2011

We have had a busy October! We went to Richfield and Koosherem at the beginning of the month. While we were there we drove to Fish Lake and saw the amazing colors of the changing leaves! They were almost florescent!!! It was beautiful. We also went to a pumpkin patch a last week with the whole Beagley family. Jaxson had a blast. We had a "Birth Mom" Baby shower for one of my friends, and we finally got to see our little girls face at an ultrasound. Everything looks good and she is healthy as can be! Here are some October pictures.
Shooting in Koosherem
    22 weeks pregnant
Fish Lake
24 weeks
The Nielson girls
                                  The 3 amigos      
   The 2 preggers
    25 weeks pregnant
     The Beagley family

Friday, September 16, 2011

New Excitment

So it's been a while since we last posted..... but we have new exciting news!

We will have another girl in our family around Feb. 3rd. We found out this week that she was a girl. She apparently likes to stand on her head- as shown in the picture. We couldn't be more excited!

We could really only agree on boy names up to this point. We had some cute ones too! But now we have to start arguing girl names. It's going to be fun, but it might be hard to find some girl names that we both like! My little 3 year old sister Maci has said up to this point that we should name the baby "Drez". So as a joke my family has been calling the baby "Drez" whenever they see us. Now that it is a girl, she is so excited and has changed her choice of names for this little girl to either be "Sally the Camel" or "Daphne Blake". Both are obviously not going to happen, but it's funny to hear her ideas.

We hope that everything continues to go well these next 20ish weeks and that we get a healthy sweetheart! We will keep you updated!

Friday, April 8, 2011

Jaimee and Will's Wedding

Will and Jaimee are finally married! 
We went down to Richfield and got to go to the Manti Temple for the ceremony! It was so great. We then had a luncheon back in Richfield, and later went to the reception. It was a busy day, but good to be around all of our friends! We had a fun time, and took a billion pictures with our new fancy camera. Here are just a few!!!!

 The Grooms Men!!!

 All of the Groom's men
 Happy in the sun!
 The Happy couples!
 This is serious guys...
 Us with Braden and Mandi
 It's been a long day!~
Braden, Cory, Tyler, Zach

Thanks for the good times and congrats again to Will and Jaimee!!!

State basketball Pictures

Here are some belated pictures from the State Tourney!
Way to go Springville Girls basketball! Back to back State Champs! Way to go Mackenzie! We are so proud!