Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Kade is Here!!!

Andrew “Kade” Butler made his grand entrance into the world on Sunday, June 14th at 4:01 pm! He was a perfectly healthy 7 lbs, 7 oz, and 21 inches long. It was the Lord’s perfect timing and Jonathan and I have learned and grown so much in our faith over these last few weeks. Cannot wait to share with all of you!

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He arrived via successful natural VBAC and the Lord truly had His hand over ever detail of the birth story. It was an incredible experience and I cannot wait to share the testimony of God’s faithfulness and provision.

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We feel like our hearts could just explode with love. Jase is doing great in his new role as big brother and is so sweet and helpful with Kade.

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They let us leave the hospital after 24 hours, so we are back at home celebrating and rejoicing as Butler, Party of 4. Our hearts are so beyond full and we are overwhelmed with the Lord’s blessings over our family. God is so good!!

Thank you all for the love, support, encouragement, and mostly PRAYERS.

6 comments:

Kelley Moyer said...

Congratulations! So glad everything went well for you.

Crystal said...

Oh, you give me hope!! I've had 2 vaginal births followed by an emergency c-section. I'm hoping #4 can be a VBAC in August! Congratulations on your new little bundle of joy!! :)

Anna D Kart said...

ohhhh Danielle! So happy for you!
I am too trying to go for VBAC and would love to hear your story with this baby boy - thanks for sharing!
Enjoy the little gift.


Happy Medley

Lori Alexander said...

Congratulations! I'm so happy for you!!!

Anonymous said...

So happy for you. I prayed for you to have the natural VBAC you so deeply desired. Thankful that everyone is doing well. I'm looking forward to the birth story! Cindy

Amanda T said...

Praise God! :) I also prayed that you would have a successful VBAC, and I'm so thankful He provided! Little Kade is adorable! I'm pregnant with my first, and your blog has been an encouragement and inspiration to me! You're in my prayers as you adjust to life with 2 little ones. Keep up the good work, mama! :)