He’s Here! My Perfect Hospital Birth Vlog: Baby Number 5! / The Beach House

(Heartbeat) Becca: I just can’t believe this is happening Becca: I am so nervous Becca: I’ve been praying like crazy all morning Becca: So that I could have strength. So that I can have peace of mind and that I will be mentally ready to have this baby Becca: I need to calm down Michael: Are you eating? Becca: I’m cheating right now. Michael: Because once you go inside that building Becca: They’re really mean and they say you can’t eat anything or you’ll puke on us and that’s rude Michael: So you’re getting some fries and sandwich before we go in there Becca: My hair look okay? Michael: Yeah, it looks great Becca: My legs are so stretchy. Becca: To be able to like, look like this and within like six months or a little while to look normal again Becca: That’s kinda crazy. Michael: Totally crazy Michael: We’re here Becca: I just had the sudden urge…I was like imagining this edited. Becca: And I had this certain urge to like Becca: Skip ahead and see what the baby looks like. Becca: In the video Michael: Now skip ahead Becca: I want to skip ahead Becca: I don’t want to go thru the pain of it. Let me just skip that part. Becca: And I’ll just skip ahead to the baby part Becca: That sounds good. Doctor: There we go Michael: You ready for this? Becca: Never Becca: Never ready Becca: And at the same time absolutely I’m sick of being pregnant Michael: This is your new hotel room Michael: Okay guys here we are Michael: This is it. Michael: You are having contractions Becca: I’m in the middle of one right now Michael: Yeah, you are. They’re like three or four minutes apart. We just got checked in. Just go all hooked up Michael: I’ll show you guys a little bit around the room here that we got Michael: A tour. So I’ve got my tripods everything’s ready to go over here Michael: Extra cameras. Tons of cameras. All my batteries and chargers are back here Michael: This is the nice camera for photography and my backpack down there. Becca’s bags and paperwork. Over here we have Michael: The women of the day Michael: All ready Becca: This is always so nerve wracking Michael: You’re gonna do great Michael: And over here, this is the heartbeat of the baby Michael: They said they want to keep the line keep the baby’s heartbeat in the blue line. That looks pretty good Michael: And then this was the first contraction a few minutes ago, and she just ended a second contraction right there Becca: Yeah. I’m having contractions. I’m coming in to be induced. But it’s like… Michael: So your body’s just ready to do it Becca: I bet if my water was broken, I would start having a whole bunch of really strong contractions Becca: I wonder what I’m at? Michael: Dilated? We’ll find out when the doctor gets here Michael: Or if the nurse checks you maybe Michael: So I’m wearing my new Beach House t-shirt today to celebrate the birth of the baby Michael: Did you bring the baby’s onesie that says Beach House? Michael: Okay, we’ll have to get pictures Michael: I’m a little bit nervous and I’m excited. And I just feel like everything is gonna go really really great. Michael: And I’m ready to film Michael: Anything that comes our way. Michael: Don’t look Becca: All right Becca: I have my IV in. Becca: I have…my monitors on my belly that are kind of monitoring Becca: This one is for the baby’s heartbeat. And this one is for contractions Becca: I’ve been having contractions about three to five minutes apart consistently and that’s without doing anything Becca: No induction whatsoever. I’m just consistently having that which has been the same all this morning. Michael’s about to do something really funny Michael: We have a family Marco Polo group. Which is like just like it’s just an app where you like send video messages to each other Michael: And everybody’s been making guesses in the family group Marco Polo asking, you know, okay everybody guess Michael: How big is the baby gonna be? How many pounds. So I was like Michael: Oh I think he’s gonna be seven pounds five ounces or whatever Michael: And so I’m getting ready to post a picture of Rebecca right after she had Charlie Michael: And say something like…welcome Becca: He’s here Michael: He’s here Becca: Welcome baby boy Beach Michael: Even though it’s not real. Just to make everybody angry. Becca: I’m really interested to see if any of them are like…hey that’s a picture of when Charlie was born. Or if they’re just like Becca: He looks just like Charlie. Becca: Ellie? I guess that’s true. Charlie was very small Baby: Your baby picture it will be too…no, that’s too old. It looks it looks like an old picture. Michael: Are you sure that looks… Becca: It’s too old. Michael: Okay, fine. Becca: You got to get one that’s at least like Ellie Becca: Cause Ellie…I bet everybody thinks this baby gonna be big and Ellie was kind of a big baby Michael: Charlie was small. Becca: And Charlie was really small and we had him way early. So it would make more sense if he was big Becca: Okay. This is the picture we’re gonna post Becca: See what they say Michael: Should I say like welcome Chester, you know, just like some weird name. Becca: Sure Becca: Not too weird. Make it kind of a normalish name but one that we’re not going to use Michael: Okay Becca: So that they are like…oh that must be it Michael: Humphrey Becca: I’m sorry, if your name is Humphrey. No because it’s a bad name Michael: I got the picture ready. Okay, everybody Michael: He is here. He’s healthy. Everything went so fast. We couldn’t even believe it Michael: Welcome to the world Chester Michael: He is seven pounds three ounces and just so perfect Becca: We’re so sneaky Becca: That’s so funny Michael: That was so dirty Michael: I feel really bad Becca: I want to see what they say next Michael: Okay. Alright. Woman on phone: That looks like an old picture Woman on phone: Grandma’s even in the background Woman on phone: Well guys? What do you got to say? Michael: I think there’s somebody in the background there. Becca: Cause they’re like that’s an old picture Becca: Well, find another picture and try again. Becca: The baby has hiccups you can hear it over the monitor and you can see it my clothes jumping Michael: It’s like every four three four seconds Michael: That’s cute Michael: All right guys so all joking aside Michael: I don’t think we’ve even mentioned yet today that we actually had an appointment scheduled today to come in and have Rebecca be induced Michael: She’s officially at 39 weeks today and the doctor said we can’t induce before 39 weeks Michael: So we said okay on the day at 39. Let’s schedule it Michael: We’ve never yeah, so we’re like Michael: You know what? She hasn’t had the baby all on her own before that and let’s just plan on that Michael: So we had an appointment today Becca: Was with Corbin and we were I was at a five Becca: Dilated to five and the doctor sent me to the hospital because like Becca: You live an hour away from the hospital. You’re gonna have the baby on the freeway if you don’t go to the hospital. Becca: So we went to the hospital. And they broke my water. And then Corbin was born really quickly. Michael: Right. So we’re hopeful she just got checked. And she’s dilated to a four now. Last week on Friday she was dilated to a three. Michael: Right. To be able to have the baby. She has to be dilated to 10, which is 10 centimeters Michael: She’s progressing and she’s doing better and feeling pretty optimistic and all hooked up and ready to go. Michael: The doctor should be coming in. Is it really almost five? You feel like it’s just barely four Michael: Check my phone to be sure. Yeah. Oh my gosh. We’ve been here for two hours Michael: Yeah, but the doctors may coming soon. Hopefully and he’s gonna break her water. And then right after that you’re gonna get your Michael: epidural right? Michael: And then once you got the epidural, and the water broke it’s go time. Michael: We’re gonna try and see how quick you can progress and push out that baby Michael: I’m really excited Michael: Make like babies and head out Michael: I think every thing is gonna go really well. Doctor: Go ahead and curl your back for me just a little bit. Michael: Getting your epidural in. Michael: All right, the hard part’s over Michael: You got your epidural. Here’s the line of the epidural going over to this machine right here. Michael: It’s gonna keep pumping you with… Becca: I think that this is how thick Becca: I think this goes straight into my back. Michael: that little wire right there? Becca: Like I think that’s the thickness of it Becca: Which makes sense because it hurts a lot. Becca: It makes me like… Michael: Angry? Michael: So how are you felling? Are you feeling any numbness? Becca: Like really super tingly. Like when you’re at the dentists office Becca: And you’re like… Michael: Is you belly numb? Becca: Yeah. It feels the same. It’s all tingly. Michael: How about down here in your foot? Becca: I can feel my toes almost perfectly. Becca: But like, you go to my heel. Becca: It starts to get tingly. And then beyond that it’s like… Becca: So weird but in a way, I’m like calmed down and thinking okay Becca: I want my water to break now Michael: You’re ready? Becca: Like I want things to just start happening Michael: You can start making things happening. You know the secret password. The doctor will be here soon to break the water. Becca: I want to wait until then Michael: Okay Michael: First of all, what did you just discover? Becca: I can have jello? Becca: I never knew I could have jello. Michael: Well, they never offered you jello with any of your other pregnancies Becca: I think they used to say Popsicle Michael: They used to give you like crushed ice that you can chew Becca: You can have crushed ice. And I’m like… Becca: You trying to starve me to death? Is this a torture chamber? Michael: But someone discovered that you can eat jello Becca: So I just say jello. And I’m so happy cause I love jello Becca: Also this feeling of having an epidural is comforting to me Becca: It’s weird and it’s not like I have the urge to push right now. I know I’m not there for a while yet. Becca: But it almost made me feel like oh now I push Becca: Like just like muscle memory almost. Becca: Even though it’s not time to push Michael: Are you feeling more numb now? Becca: I’m definitely feeling more numb. But it’s like also very comforting to be numb. Michael: Knowing that if you had any pain you wouldn’t feel it? Michael: You’re doing great. Becca: It makes me relieved. Becca: I’m a little shaky though. I can barely feel that. Michael: Just barely barely barely feel that? Becca: What does that mean? Doctor: That the hands like above the head. Becca: So the baby is doing this? Doctor: So it’s like, it’s probably like checking out like who’s touching me Doctor: So there’s a hand right there. I just want to wait until it’s hand gets out of the way. ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Becca: We’re getting an ultrasound to just make sure the baby is… Michael: Good Becca: Do you think you could feel the baby’s head but then the hands were above the… Doctor: Can feel the head and the head shifted a little bit. I mean hand was above it and then I can still feel the hand then I felt something softer Doctor: Just want to make sure it’s in the right location Doctor: So the head is in the right direction (inaudible) Doctor: Help me push on the belly a little bit just to kind of guide the head in the right direction (inaudible) Becca: Makes me very happy that I got the epidural already. (inaudible) Michael: Alright. So the baby’s head is Michael: not quite engaged enough and the baby’s hand keeps hanging out in that same area Michael: So the doctors not gonna break the water yet Michael: So he’s hoping that she can have some more contractions and that’ll kind of move the baby’s head where it needs to be Michael: And if we give him time, Michael: or a little bit of patient maybe he’ll move his hand. The doctors said at this point because the waters not broken Michael: It really nothing. Like we’re not past the point of no return at this point if we need to Michael: even wait a day or whatever we can. So we’re just waiting at this point to hopefully make it happen Michael: So you’re having pretty consistent contractions nowadays like every minute or two three apart, it’s just after eight Becca: Yeah. I can’t believe it’s been this long already Michael: And they’ve got you on Pitocin too to the help make things go quicker. Michael: She was just checked again just a second ago. Michael: and she’s still at a four and at this point we’re basically hoping that the baby’s head will engage a little bit more so that we can break the water safely. Michael: Hopefully the baby’s hand moves out of the way, but once we break that water and the head engages further Michael: I think those centimeters are going to start dilating a lot faster Michael: I just I was hoping we could have the baby while it’s still light outside. It looks beautiful outside Michael: But in about Michael: An hour from now. It’s 8:15. In an hour it’s gonna be dark. So we’re like… Michael: I wanna have the baby now Becca: And I don’t want it to be another twelve hours before the Sun comes up Michael: That’s right, well it is what it is. At least they have lots of lights around here Michael: So it should be nice and bright in here Michael: And the most important thing is that the baby’s healthy and that you’re healthy. So if we have to wait until after dark Michael: That’s okay. You’re doing great babe Becca: Even though all these contractions I’ve been having. Which is very typical for me. If you don’t…like if my water is not broken Becca: I don’t really progress that much. So unless it’s like slowly over a week and I progress like a centimeter Becca: Oh I think I can feel this a little bit. Michael: Yeah, that you’re pretty numb? Becca: Kind of. There’s some places I can feel things. So… Becca: But it’s not like terrible. So I’m not like pushing the epidural button like Becca: I have feeling. Becca: You know? I can fee something. Michael: You’re doing great. ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Doctor: So I’m gonna have… (Inaudible) Becca: I’m really happy that I have a epidural. Michael: Water’s broken Michael: How’s the head? Still in the right place? Doctor: Still there yeah. Michael: Good Becca: I think I could already feel like… Michael: How much water do you think has come out? Doctor: Well, at least a lot Doctor: It’s like minimal moderate large Michael: Well we’re definitely past the point of no return at this point. Michael: That’s great Becca: So, it is nine o’ clock right now. Michael: Okay. It’s started to get dark outside Michael: After nine. Michael: Just broke your water Becca: Because the baby’s hand moved Becca: And the doctor said Becca: If he pushed down really hard on the top of my stomach. It would make the baby’s head go in the right place Becca: So he had the nurse push down Becca: My stomach and it made that baby’s head go in the right place and then he broke the water very slowly Becca: But there was so much water! Becca: He was like…wow. This is a lot of water. Becca: Woah. That’s a lot of water. Becca: That he started apologizing to the nurse because she’s like Becca: She wasn’t preparing Becca: She’s like put like one check thing underneath it, to catch the water and it wasn’t enough. And she was like Michael: Oh. Like that almost… Michael: Like seriously, like when you’d normally deliver the baby, there’s like a gush of water Michael: Usually when you break the water. It’s just like a water balloon. Michael: Kind of a little pop. And just a little bit and then… Michael: Like all the water came out. Michael: Like there’s not gonna be a lot left over right? I’m just glad the baby’s head in the right place ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Doctor: That contraction that’s exactly what I…(Inaudible) Michael: Oh seven. Michael: In about an hour. That’s great. So the doc was just here. Becca: He just checked me and I’m at a seven. Becca: And what did he say? Michael: Seventy five percent or something. And he said the head is like right there Michael: The doctors just like hey, let us know when you’re ready to start pushing Michael: Feeling pressure..he like Michael: It’s gonna happen so soon. Michael: I’m so excited. Michael: Well this is a good chance to take a little break maybe. Just kind of take it easy and let your body progress naturally. ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Michael: So right now what Rebecca’s doing is just kind of resting and she’s not asleep Michael: She’s really feeling tired. And so she’s just kind of closing your eyes and Michael: Trusting her body and letting her body naturally worked through the process of birth. We’ve done this four times Michael: This process is very familiar to me. That’s why I feel like I can explain it in a way that’s accurate Michael: I’m not just assuming what’s going on Michael: Oh, she just is agreeing with me so she’s awake Michael: She’s hearing me I was trying not to disturb her because I know that she’s not a lot of energy Michael: She’s just kind of really tired and just trying to let her body do the work without her Michael: consciously trying to make the changes happened and so Becca: Could not do this if I didn’t have an epidural to let me be calm. Michael: Yeah the epidurals taking away all the pain for the process. Because epidurals taken away the pain she’s able to just calmly Michael: wait and rest as her body is progressing through contractions and Michael: Oh the baby’s got hiccups again. Michael: Do you hear that? You guys listen. Michael: That’s cute. That’s the second time he’s gotten hiccups during this labor. He had hiccups earlier during the labor too Michael: Oh yeah, sure Michael: So anyway. I just want to let you guys know that kind of slowed down Michael: I mean, I don’t want to say we slowed down cause in all reality. She’s probably Michael: Getting closer to a ten every minute Michael: So we’re making progress. Things are happening, but it’s just happening naturally. So we’re just kind of waiting at this point Michael: Once as the baby she just explained to me that her stomach is feeling more empty. Becca: This part right here getting a little more empty Becca: And like between my legs is a little bit more…pressure. Becca: Not enough to be like, I need to push but just enough to be like oh during this contraction Becca: I can feel it’s going down. Michael: Your epidural is perfect because you still have mobility but Becca: Oh I’m excited to see this baby Becca: See what he looks like. Like see his personality and just… Becca: It’s exciting. You know, it’s exciting to have our family grow. It’s such a miracle Becca: The whole processes it’s hard. It’s difficult. But you know you work so hard for something you appreciate it Becca: That’s how I feel Becca: Like when the baby actually comes out, I will feel like I earned it. Michael: Seriously Becca: So so worth it. But in the middle of it, it’s just kind of like…so difficult. Becca: This like I seriously think I was the worst Becca: Scared the most about the epidural Becca: Once the epidurals over, now I just feel like Becca: Whenever I feel like I need to push, I’ll just push. Michael: Alright guys. It’s been a while Michael: Since the last update, it’s Michael: Almost 1:30 in the morning right now Michael: It’s the next day. Becca has been just kind of off and on sleeping and lots of contractions Michael: She’s progressed to about a nine. I think it was the last that we just checked a few minutes ago Michael: Almost a ten. Almost full Michael: She’s getting a little bit of an adrenaline Michael: Adrenaline shakes. You want to call the nurse? Michael: Is it time Michael: Feeling a little bit of pressure you want to start pushing maybe? Becca: Lots of pressure. But I don’t know if I’m Becca: ready to push. Michael: We ought to have her come in here anyway just to see Michael: Since she said that’s the point that they want to be in here for. You feeling okay? Michael: Just shaky. I think that was a sign that you’re full. You’re complete Michael: We’ve got this kind of big ball thing in between your legs to help open things up. You okay? Michael: Shall I go get the nurse? Michael: You got cold. It’s just adrenaline I think. Your body is going into Michael: Adrenaline mode, but I think I’ll go with the nurse anyway Michael: What? Becca: Yeah, maybe we should Becca: Go get the nurse Michael: You’re okay. I’ll go get her Becca: I’m not like Becca: nervous. I just don’t like shaking Becca: Can you get me a water? Michael: Okay, so what just happened? Michael: The nurse just came in to check you. He made a turn Becca: I’m like good for a couple of seconds and then all of a sudden it just… Michael: So she just checked. There’s like yup there’s the head. Hundred percent. I’m calling the doctor right now Michael: So we’ve got the tripod Michael: We’ve got a couple other tripods here Michael: Trying to make sure I get all the best angles so that we can get a really good video for you guys and document the whole process Michael: I’m really excited. Michael: It’s about time to start pushing Michael: Okay. All the cameras are rolling. Michael: This is it ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Michael: Do I grab to her legs? Is that the process? Nurse: Just take a deep breath in. Nurse: And hold it. Change your chest. Pull back on the leg and push as hard as you can down your body. Good job. Right there. Becca: Push hard hard hard. Hard hard. Nurse: Two, three, four. Nurse: Five, six. Nurse: Okay one more time Nurse: Okay. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight Nurse: Nine and then ten. Michael: Long brown hair Becca: Really? ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ (Inaudible) Doctor: Say hello. Doctor: Happy birthday. Doctor: Hello (Baby crying) ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Michael: That’s your boy. Becca: Oh my goodness Michael: He’s all yours ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Michael: You did it Becca: That was quick. Nurse: Check him out real quick Michael: Good job. You did it. Michael: He’s great, he’s perfect ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Michael: How are you feeling? Becca: I’m relieved in so many ways. Literally Becca: No tears? Michael: No tear. Good job. Nurse: You want me to weight him over here before? Becca: Sure Michael: Everything looks great babe. Michael: He’s a good looking baby boy. Nurse: Twenty two. Becca: Biggest baby by far (Baby crying) Becca: Okay Becca: He’s like…okay everybody now. Michael: Are you so happy? Becca: Oh I’m so happy. Becca: I got a baby and I’m not pregnant Becca: So happy. Becca: He’s got a good look Michael: How you feeling about that name? Becca: I need to think Michael: Okay, Michael: And we’ll get back to you on that ♫ ♫ MUSIC PLAYING ♫ ♫ Becca: He’s trying to lift his head up already Becca: I think it looks like Jared Michael: Pretty bright out here huh? Michael: It’s too bright. Becca: He’s like…it’s too bright. Michael: He’s been nursing for the last half-hour Michael: And he’s been doing a great job. Becca: He seems really happy. Becca: He has his own look Becca: It surprised me when they come like…like they look a little bit like each other but they have their own Becca: look. Michael: It’s about that time for bed I think Michael: It’s 3 a.m. over here at the hospital. Becca did an amazing job today. She pushed out a baby Michael: The baby’s healthy and Rebecca’s healthy Michael: He’s already been nursing like it’s literally just the perfect Michael: Baby birth ever. So I think that’s it for us today Michael: Thank you guys for watching and supporting and then I hope you guys enjoyed this video and learned something new today. Michael: And we are still not set on the name yet. So we’ll probably be announcing that tomorrow Michael: We have a chance to kind of sleep on it a little bit and think about it Becca: I feel so happy. All right, baby boy, can you say goodbye? ♫ ♫ (THE BEACH HOUSE THEME ‘PAUSE THE GAME’ BY CODY CRABB) ♫ ♫

100 thoughts on “He’s Here! My Perfect Hospital Birth Vlog: Baby Number 5! / The Beach House

  1. He's so cute😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊🤢😊❤❤💖❤💖❤💖❤💖❤🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈

  2. I did not skip at ALL
    The B
    The Be
    The Bea
    The Beac
    The Beach
    The Beach H
    The Beach Ho
    The Beach Hou
    The Beach Hous
    The Beach House
    The Beach House!!

  3. when I first saw this I am speechless and I bursed to ssssssmmmmmmiiiiillllleeeee!!!!!!!!! I can't believe this omg…omg omg omg!!!!!!😁😁😁😊😊😃😃😄😄😄😇😇😢😢😂😰😨


  5. I love you guys so much he's super cute wow may God always be with u and so glad he was super healthy ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

  6. Thank you for allowing us to be apart of your special occasion. 💙💙
    Becca you were absolutely amazing.
    You made it look easy.
    You guys make beautiful children.
    He is adorable. Congrats to you all 💞💞💙💙💙💙

  7. I literally started to cry 😢😢when he was born I can't wait to see your guys family reaction of the new king of the world😍👼👣💞he is an 👼 angel love u guys👣👣👣

  8. Congrats on ur new baby Beach family!!! I love u guys! Of course this is gonna be another AWSOME beach baby!!! U guys are my idol I wish we could be friends 😜🥰🙏💓❤️I love u guys so much I love u Becca and ALL UR KIDS ARE SO CUTE AND ALL UT KIDS ARE SO CUTE and now there is another amazing child here!!! 🤩😀😍😘🧸❤️💓 I’m ur biggest fan! Love Caitlin 🧡💜💙❤️💓🤪😛💙🥰😍🤩😜

  9. He is so so so so so BEAUTIFUL!! Baby Beach is precious. Great job Becca! You did excellent, and you have people who love you all around the world. So glad baby is healthy and SUPER cute by the way. Hope that you will have a great recovery, and that nothing will happen. Love you!!!! #TheBeachHouse #Baby #BabyBeach #TreasureFamily
    {Super excited for the name reveal!!}

  10. Pls read my comments beach house I am a greatest fan I've bin with u guys sense the begining of all those cute baby's 👣👣

  11. OMG CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! I’m so proud of you guys! I love you guys so much and congratulations again!!!!❤️❤️

  12. So so so many heart feels. And so Happy Happy for you. Welcome to the world little Chester ❤️🤣.You picked a fantastic family to come down to

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