Casey and I would like you to meet our new family member, Kael Roman Berberich. He arrived today, November 3rd 2005, at 11:36 am. He is 6 pounds, 12 ounces, and 19 inches long. He was born a few days shy of 37 weeks, so he’s just a little guy. He’s also the most beautiful baby I’ve ever seen. I honestly wasn’t expecting a boy, so this was a very nice surprise!
Casey was amazing throughout the labor and delivery. I was in awe at how well she did and how hard she worked. It was a truly unforgettable experience.
Here are a few of the 80+ photos we’ve already taken. To view bigger versions that you can save or print, click on any of them to be taken to our Flickr account, then choose “All Sizes” from the options right above the photo.
Sorry this is so short, but I’m off to the hospital again to spend the night with Casey and Kael. Altru apparently doesn’t have internet access for guests, so we’re somewhat isolated when that’s combined with the no cell phones rule. Hopefully I’ll have more details once we’re home and after I’ve gotten a few hours of sleep!
6 replies on “Introducing Kael Roman Berberich”
Congratulations, Jason and Casey! The baby is absolutely beautiful and is fortunate to have such loving parents.
You have certainly been blessed and are now set on a path of great adventure and excitement.
Take care and call on us if you need anything.
He is so beautiful…I mean handsome you guys!! What an awsome blessing you have recieved. We are so excited for you and can’t wait to meet our new nephew.
Yeah! We’re so excited for you and thank God for our new nephew. Matt is also proud to have a new little cousin! Lots of love!
You both have truly been blessed to have such a precious son. It’s hard to believe that the Lord already has plans for little Kael Roman. I can’t wait to start spoiling him.
Congratulations Jason. Have a great time…I know I am with mine.
Congrats Jason! Just found your blog tonight (via your Msft post), but it’s awesome having a little one. He is about the same size our son was (6lbs 8 oz and 21 in long) and every minute since has been great. One thing: our hospital had free wifi and it was soooo nice to send out pics, keep up on responses, etc… it might be one of the new questions to ask when choosing a hospital. :-)