It’s the strangest thing when my intuition is right. I shot Shay’s first birth a couple years ago and it was quick. She checked in complete and I got there not long before Edie was born. When she sent her payment for this birth, I just put it on a magnet on the refrigerator because I was certain I would miss this one. First reason was because I had a lot of commitments that would make Kelly lead and second because I was certain she’d have this baby in the car or parking lot. That almost happened!! She was already walking around 4+cm for two weeks past her due date. On Sunday morning, she woke at 5:30am with contractions lasting 45seconds every 3min. At 6:30 Jarrett texted me to inform me it was real labor and she was pretty serious. Certain I wasn’t waiting for an update to get up and moving like we normally would, I immediately jumped out of bed, got in the shower, shoved some food in my mouth and was in the car when I got his next text saying “In triage. She’s complete. They’re rushing, it’s going to happen soon!” Whaaaaaaaa? Thankfully it was early and I was able to speed against my husbands texts “SLOW DOWN, you’re carrying our sons!” I ran like no prego should be seen doing (totally awkward and embarrassing especially when I have to walk in panting in front of my very own doctor!) just in time to get in the room to see…a baby on her chest. I missed it by a handful of minutes, but so did our Dr, so I didn’t feel as bad!Not only was he delivered two hours after the first contraction, but he was a giant. 10#4.7 oz and 20″ and oh so sweet, I wanted to bite his little butterball body. Mama handled it like a pro, just as I expected. I mean, could you imagine pushing out a 10.4lb baby with no meds? What a bada**! Congrats again, Jarrett, Shay and Edith! He’s scrumptious.