Miriam Quiambao gives birth to first child
Miriam Quiambao successfully gave birth to her first biological child with husband Ardy Roberto.
The TV host, 43, announced early this morning, Feb. 17, that she underwent an emergency Caesarean section at the Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Muntinlupa to deliver baby Elijah.
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Introducing Elijah Roberto! Thank you all for praying with us. Elijah was born at 7:32pm on Feb 16, 2019 under emergency cesarean procedure led by @dr.beckysingson. He weighed 4lbs 7oz., cried heartily, had an Apgar score of 10 and has a perfect latch. Glory to God for answered prayers! So grateful to God for this wonderful gift! . 1 Samuel 1:27-28 I prayed for this child, and the Lord has granted me what I asked of him. So now I give him to the Lord. For his whole life he will be given over to the Lord.” . #PregnantAt43 #MiracleBaby #GodIsGood #JourneyToDeliveryDay5 #GiftFromGod #MyAsianStory ———————————- Repost from @ardyroberto . Welcome to the world, Elijah! Thanks for your prayers! Everything went well with the emergency CS tonight. Had a great team led by @dr.beckysingson, so blessed and overwhelmed by God's goodness! . More to come… Have to take care of my wifey now as she recovers from the procedure. Pls continue to pray for her.. Baby's fine and was a model breast feeder. :) God is soooo good! . #miraclebaby #babyelijah #MyAsianStory #gratefultoGod #ElijahRoberto
“He weighed 4 lbs. 7oz., cried heartily, had an Apgar score of 10 and has a perfect latch. Glory to God for answered prayers!” she wrote.
With a high-risk pregnancy, Quiambao was admitted to the hospital earlier this week as she was expected to go into labor soon even if she was only 34 weeks pregnant.
Roberto announced last Saturday, Feb. 9 on Facebook that his wife could have an emergency CS because Quiambao’s placenta was so thick that blood for the baby was being obstructed.
The couple’s first child together comes after attempts to have a baby since marrying in 2014. Quiambao and Roberto have a son, Joshy, whom Roberto adopted with his late wife Tingting. JB
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