October 5, 2018 – So I (and 10 others) got this text on Monday night:
[NOTE: You will be happy to know that we did forgive the 9-hour-gap between birth and viewing an official pic 😉 ]
[PRO TIP: If you ever need forgiveness, a pregnancy / birth of a child works almost 100% of the time. Although – in this case – there are still questions. Who else did you inform and when were they informed? What were the time gaps? At what amount of time does a gap mean we’ve become an after thought? All questions to which we really don’t want answers.]
Congratulations Dr. Long and Family!
OK – back to the important part – the big day arrived for our very own Dr. Jen Long, her husband, Brandon, and newly-anointed big brother Emerson to officially face-to-face welcome baby Audrey Mae.
We are soooo happy here at RCAM that we have completed our recent ‘Season of Anticipation’ with a perfect record.
This week’s ‘Grand Finale’ ended an 8-week period in which 3 of our pediatricians had 3 healthy baby girls and a 7-month period in which 5 of our RCAM-ily had 5 healthy baby girls (yes… ALL were girls).
Counting backwards, employees of RCAM have produced 9 straight girls.
For those keeping score: if you take 9 random pregnancies, there is a 1 in 512 chance of have 9 girls.
That is not quite 1 in a million – but today maybe the Long Family would disagree.