After nine long months of pregnancy, youíre finally looking at the precious face of your newborn. Now, itís time to get to know your baby: what makes her laugh and smile; what foods she turns her nose up at and what she canít get enough of, plus all the other joys of new parenthood. Share your love for you newborn with the world by telling us your story. Don't forget to consider your baby's future by purchasing term life insurance.

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Seth Allen

I was induced on Jan. 17 and after seven and a half hours of labor I gave birth to Seth at 4:03 p.m. He weighed 6 Ibs and 13.5 ounces; he was 20 inches long.

I've been a mom for two and a half weeks and can honestly say I love it but it's tough. I hardly have anytime for my self anymore and sometimes wish I could have round the clock help. But I love being a mom and even though it was a rough pregnancy and rough labor and delivery I can't wait to have another (in a couple of years; LOL).


Little Daniella Grace

I am married and got pregnant. Nine months didnít go fast enough and soon I was holding my daughter Daniella Grace, who weighed in at 6lbs, 4 ounces and 18 inches. I donít want any more kids but who knows. Daniella is a perfect gift from God.

She is 6 weeks and I never leave her sight and she never leaves mine. The longest we have been apart is at the hospital.



This can hardly be called a story ... more like a few lines of a mother's obsessive love for her child! I met my husband Seb, four years ago in Australia, it was love at first sight. That surge of overwhelming elation, ardor and commitment. I thought I would never experience it again. But, Baby Brodie was born three weeks ago and I'm falling in love with my little 'un all over again. Its strange that such a tiny little girl can bring such light and laughter to the household. She is the centre of the entire family. My twin brothers, aged seventeen fuss over her constantly, my sister has bought her more goodies than we can fit in the house and Brodie's first time grandpa is as proud as mustard!

Indiana Hunter

Easier the second time around

My first pregnancy with our daughter Brianna Kelly was horrrible. The whole way through I had morning sickness and a couple scares. At 7 weeks, I came very close to having a miscarriage and at 6 months, I was put on bed rest for my entire pregnancy because of major bleeding. Then, on May 4th, after 26 hours of labor, I gave birth to a 7 pound 8 ounce baby girl with the help of an epidural and forcepts. Then, when she was 4, I became pregnant again. I was so scared. But, this time around I had absolutely no morning sickness and hardly knew I was pregnant. I didn't even start to show until 5 1/2 months. Then, on September 26th, I gave birth to our second daughter, Myla Brooklynn, weighing 6 pounds 11 1/4 ounces, after only 6 hours of labor. I guess as the saying goes "it's easier the second time around". I now have two beautiful little girls and are the love of our lives.

Trista Holloway


I just had a baby boy like a week ago. He is so precious. His name is Tipthon and he loves it when I roll my nose on his nose. It makes him giggle.


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