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Welcome to the world, Sarah Mae

She's not even a half, more like an 1/8th baker...
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3 lbs, 4 ounces, (that's 0.232 stones to you weird stoners), 15 3/4" long. Shares a birthday with her grandpa, and her birth time (5:55 pm) with her 18th month old brother. Due date was Feb 1st but she was induced early due to preeclampsia. Breathing on her own so far and just on an IV drip.
RayfordSteele, Dec 21 2013

Mostly just a name that I liked from a book... http://en.wikipedia...wiki/Rayford_Steele
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       Congrats to the family. Yay!
blissmiss, Dec 21 2013
  

       Wow - that's a *small* Christmas present! It's not been easy on you at any point, it sounds like - give our best wishes to Mom, and hope you can all get released from the hospital soon.
{{breathe, Sarah Mae, breathe!}}
lurch, Dec 21 2013
  

       What [21Q] said. [+]
AusCan531, Dec 21 2013
  

       Congrats, [Rayfo]!
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 21 2013
  

       Congratulations! Welcome indeed, and congrats to the mom as well!
doctorremulac3, Dec 21 2013
  

       What [21Q] said.
FlyingToaster, Dec 21 2013
  

       Well done to all involved - just proves the adage that baby girls fight harder!
calum, Dec 21 2013
  

       Please keep us posted on how she (and mother!) are doing.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 21 2013
  

       What Auscan and Flying Toaster said.
zeno, Dec 21 2013
  

       Mom came off of magnesium sulfate today after being on it (which means not being able to eat much of anything) since Thursday evening. First shower for her in days.
RayfordSteele, Dec 21 2013
  

       A big halfbakery hug for mom and baby. And you too dad!
blissmiss, Dec 22 2013
  

       I have to admit that the name "Sarah Mae Steele" has a rather satisfying and auspicious ring to it. God bless her!
jurist, Dec 22 2013
  

       Yay! Congratulations!
nineteenthly, Dec 22 2013
  

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pertinax, Dec 23 2013
  

       Blessings! xox
xandram, Dec 23 2013
  

       Handling money? Give me a break. 'Sarah Mae Steele' is the name of the daughter of a hard-bitten and unorthodox private investigator who plays by his own rules and survives on his wits. She herself is also a hard-bitten and unorthodox private investigator who plays by her own rules, but in ways that her father only grudgingly approves of because she produces results. Of course, Sarah Mae does have a softer side, a heart of gold that she hides away from everyone, most of all herself, until the day she rescues an adorable street orphan who's being hunted by the Mob...
Alterother, Dec 23 2013
  

       Am resisting joining in the narrative out of an irrational fear of halfbakarian determinatism.
calum, Dec 23 2013
  

       //she rescues an adorable street orphan who's being hunted by the Mob   

       I did that once, and heck, let me tell you, it's best to examine the "orphan" for stitch marks around the neck, being 8 feet tall and that kind of stuff first.   

       I give one bun for you renaming her to "Sarah Mae Halfbakery Steele".
not_morrison_rm, Dec 23 2013
  

       They named me Rayford because Remington was taken...   

       Actually, for the origins of the name, see the link.
RayfordSteele, Dec 24 2013
  

       And the lively sparks from RayfordSteele just keep coming, joyful.
wjt, Dec 24 2013
  

       How is Sarah Mae doing?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 26 2013
  

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       Yay! Congrats.   
      
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