Joining the Ranks of Martha Graham and Salvador Dali

The lovely Sage Alexandra made her way into the world at 1:31pm on May 11, 2007 weighing in at 8 lbs even and measuring 21 inches long — making room for 8lbs and 21 inches worth of spicy tuna rolls.

Mom and family are doing well, and apparently, I hear little Sage is a sleeper.

Liz wanted me to thank everyone for all the support and well wishes. She’ll be back shortly to fill your blog readers with exciting tales of labor, delivery, and beyond.

— Kristen (Motherhood Uncensored)


117 thoughts on “Joining the Ranks of Martha Graham and Salvador Dali”

  1. I’m so happy for you. I absolutely LOVE the name you picked!

  2. Congratulations, mazel tov and multitudes of best wishes in any language. The name is absolutely lovely. Now the adventure really begins.

  3. Congratulations, Liz! What a beautiful name! I must confess, I’ve been stalking your blog waiting impatiently for the glorious news. Thanks, Kristen, for the wonderful update.

  4. WHEEEEEEEE! The Quinn clan is super excited for you all.I can practically hear the collective *slap* on the foreheads from people crying, “why didn’t I think of such a beautiful girl’s name?” Even better, you didin’t name her Sayge. Or S’Age. Mazel tov!

  5. Congratulations, Liz! I can’t wait to see pictures of the new baby!

  6. Welcome baby Sage! I cant wait to see pictures. I hope Liz is now fat with spicy tuna rolls and contentment.

  7. One journey ends and another begins…I’m so happy for you, Nate and Thalia!Welcome Sage!

  8. Welcome to Sage! – and congratulations to Liz, Nate and Thalia! I’m glad everything has gone well for you all 🙂

  9. Congratulations! No wonder if took you so long to decide on a name. You were waiting for the perfect one. It’s beautiful.

  10. Congratulations and welcome to the world little Sage. Your mother chose a beautiful name. Definitely worth waiting for.

  11. Welcome to the world, lovely girl with a lovely name.And congratulations to you, Liz, and to Nate and Thalia too.Such excitement! I’ve been waiting and wondering!

  12. Welcome to the world, baby girl Sage! Looking forward to reading about your labor/birth experience, the girls’ first meeting and how you finally decided on Sage’s beautiful name! 😉

  13. Congratulations, Liz and Nate! Can’t wait to meet young Sage! Hope you’re all doing well. Much love to you all.

  14. Congratulations!!! Happy mother’s day to the mother of two lovely little girls 🙂I’m so happy for you and Nate, Liz!

  15. Wow – Sage is a lucky girl! Great choice of parents, sister and name. Love to Liz and the family – there is much love in this child’s life already – she’s a headliner — 50 welcomes in 9 hours!

  16. Congratulations! A sleeper-how wonderful!!! I look forward to reading all about the newborn experience. I hope it is a magical one. Be well and rest often.

  17. Welcome Sage, and congratulations Liz (and Nate and Thalia too). So glad to hear everything is a-ok and great. Happy Mother’s Day indeed.

  18. Congrats to Mom-101, Mr. Mom-101 and Thalia on your newest addition! Hope your L&D was smooth and as quick and painless as possible 🙂

  19. Matel Tov.But am I the only person wondering what Salvador Dali and Martha Graham have to do with this? So they have daughters named Sage?

  20. What a great Mother’s Day gift. Can’t wait to see the beautiful girl with the beautiful name….

  21. Leave it to Kristen to put a title to this post I had to google to figure out (not to swift, eh?).Hope you guys are all resting well and that your belly is full of spicy tuna rolls and no-fruit-in-the-middle-cake. We cannot wait to see photos of your little beauty! May your heart and lap be full of your two little girls.

  22. That makes me 69! Appropriate. Heh. Anyway, I LOVE the name Sage. Happy Mother’s Day and congrats! You done good.

  23. Oh, you named her Sage! How pretty! Congratulations Liz and Nate, and congratulations Thalia on being a big sister! And Happy Mother’s Day, you got the best gift of all.xoxoElizabeth

  24. Yay, she has a name! And a beautiful one at that. This gives me hope that my soon-to-be-baby-boy won’t be known only as “Baby” for his entire life.Congratulations! I hope she brings much joy to you, Thalia, and Nate.

  25. Feel the need to add my voice to the choir here in this comments thread–for posterity, and all that.Congratulations, you fabulous woman, you. I am thrilled for you and your family.Welcome, beautiful Sage….

  26. Happy, Happy Baby Day to you and little Sage! And Happy Big Sister Day to Thalia!!!Glad all is well. Rest.Carrie

  27. Sage. Just gorgeous. Can’t wait to hear the details of another rockin’ kid’s entrance into this world.Congratulations on the addition to your family!

  28. Happy Mothers Day. Congratulations all the more. Try to bliss it up wherever you can. They really are lovely little things, eh.Thalia is gonna be great.

  29. De-lurking to say MAZEL TOV and to say, what a beautiful name. Sage Alexandra is the most unique and lovely name I’ve heard in a very long while.CPA MOM

  30. Welcome aboard, Sage – what a great name you have – thanks for the update, Kristen.Happy Mother’s Day, Liz.(P.S. – spicy tuna rolls rock and so were on my post-natal menu, too – enjoy!)

  31. Sage Alexandra! so much better than Clinton Portis! welcome to the world, little girl.congrats, Liz, to you and your family – can’t wait to hear the stories.

  32. Congrats to the whole Mom-101, Dad-101, and Sister-101! I love the name you chose!I hope you’re feeling well and that your sleeper (quiet little squee so as not to wake her ~ squee!) is perfect in every way.

  33. Many Congrats to you and yours!! Lovely name choice, btw!! Hoping your sleeper continues to be so thoughtful to her parents and that you are doing well, too! Can’t wait to hear how Thalia is doing with the changes!

  34. I’m late, but wanted to say WELCOME SAGE (love love love the name!) and that I hope you are home and enjoying your newly-expanded family. 🙂

  35. Congratulations Liz and family and welcome Sage (love the name!) You’re a lucky girl, you have a one-in-a-million mama.

  36. K, now seriously going through update withdrawal! Hope everyone is doing well but OMG we need pictures!!!

  37. CONGRATULATIONS to you all!I’m a lurker/reader, not much of a comment poster but I had to peep just to say that Sage is my oldest childs name (a boy though) and he IS everything the name implies, as I’m sure your little Sage-woman will be.Again, what wonderful news for your family.

  38. I feel so bad now. About what I wrote. Sorry 🙂 I truly am jealous and that can manifest in being a little bitchy sometimes. I’d love to have another baby, but I’m totally doomed in that department… You are so lucky. And I think you know it 🙂

  39. how wonderful! big girl! yay! yahoo!(i didn’t expect any posts for a long time, that’s so nice of you to post updates for us)

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