Tuesday, August 22, 2006

It was the start

Monday morning a week ago was the start of a very long and tiring journey.

I'm happy to announce the birth of Jordan Jared Sebestyen, who was born on the 15th August at 4:50 am weighing in at 2.72kg (5.99 pounds) length of 51cm, delivery through an emergency c-section.

We are home now as you can guess...

How am I? Well I don't think that anything could have prepared me for the emotions of the last week. At times I feel as though I have things under control but mostly I'm over whelmed with the inadequateness of my skills as a Mother.

Tim and I are in awe of him, we can't believe that we made something so precious and whom we love so much....

Birth story to follow...

Here are some photo's:


****Updated*****

Sorry about no photo's but am having a lot of problems with uploading photo's to this blog...if any of you have any suggestions please let me know..

Oh and thank you for all your warm wishes...

6 comments:

Bugsy said...

Congratulations darls. Welcome to the world little Jorden. I can't see the photos but I am sure he is gorgeous.

I am so happy for you hun - a long journey - an amazing destination.

Wishing you all the very best. I know you are a fantastic mum too - so don't worry.

Let me know if I can help in any way okay? I am not far away. Take care of your beautiful family hun. Lots of love.

Felicity said...

Mari and Tim, Congratulations! Welcome little Jordan.

It has been so wonderful to follow your journey, Thankyou.

Im sure you are a truly beautiful Mother!

Felicity

Kim said...

Congratulations Mari & Tim and welcome to the world little Jordan!

Nico said...

Congratulations!

I'm sure that everyone feels inadequate as a mother at first. I'm sure you're doing just fine!!

I'm not seeing the pics, can you try uploading again?

Sharon said...

Congratulations! I've been anxious for the update. I am sure your babe is beautiful and that you're a wonderful mother - I'm told the first 6 weeks are the hardest, make it through those and it's a whole new world.

Em said...

Congrats honey. Well done. I'd love to meet you all when I get back to Melbourne.