We named her Leah Jane Terry. It's a name that we hadn't really considered seriously at all, but it turns out that's what we felt best about. We even had a couple of polls going on facebook- but didn't end up using the results. Partly because we couldn't access facebook at the hospital! Ross really wanted Zelda. :) But I'm glad we decided on Leah.
The labor and delivery went so well! After 14 hours of labor and two hours of pushing for Ethan, this was seriously a piece of cake. I was already dilated to a 3 and halfway effaced when I got there, was put on pitocin at 7:30 am, was dilated to a 5 by 12:30ish, dilated to a 10 by 1:30 and pushed for like 25 minutes and she was there! I was so happy afterward. It was so nice to be awake and alert and able to enjoy her right away. Recovery hasn't been bad, it's just hard with Ethan wanting to be carried and wanting to crawl all over me that has been tough.
Leah is so sweet. I loved having time with her by herself in the hospital. She's an angel of course, since all she does right now is eat and sleep. We'll see what her personality and schedule are like when she's out of the sleepiness stage. It's a blessing that they do sleep so much the first couple weeks, because this is the only way I'm surviving right now. It also helps that I'm staying with my family in Manhattan.
She was 19.5" and 7lbs 110z, and that is why Ross calls her little slurpee. (7/11, get it?) Here are a couple of pictures, I need to get home and sort through everything and there will be more.