Dr. Jamie Cooper delivered Auron John Andersen at 8:44 a.m. Jan. 6 by a repeat caesarean section. The delivery was planned at 38 weeks and the very morning of the scheduled C-Section, Auron's mother, Laura Andersen, experienced labor pains. He arrived weighing in at 7 pounds and 7 ounces and was 19 inches long. He also came with a complete head of dark hair.
This was her most difficult pregnancy she admitted. "No medical complications," she explained. "I had a lot of heartburn with him."
Laura says she didn't experience any crazy pregnancy cravings. She just wanted meat -- steaks especially -- during this pregnancy, but yearned for fast food with her two previous pregnancies.
Dr. Cooper also delivered Laura's second child, Yuna, who will be two years old Jan. 21. She and her older sister, Marilyn, 3, welcomed baby brother with open arms Tuesday.
"They are very nurturing," Laura said.
With two daughters and now a son, David Spurrier couldn't be happier. He wasn't concerned with gender, but only hoped for the safe arrival of a healthy baby. Laura -- on the other hand -- did wish for a boy.
The couple says they don't plan to have any more children.
"He is our third and final child," said Laura smiling at the tiny bundle in her arms.
Auron is expected to arrive home Friday or Saturday.