New Dad Announces Baby’s Birth Through Hospital Window To Waiting Grandparents
Hospital window was the platform for new dad, Drew Wolfe, to deliver his family’s great news
Best news through the hospital window
The hospital window at Northwestern Medicine’s Prentice Women’s Hospital had all the attention this week of a family waiting to hear about a baby’s arrival.
This wasn’t in the original birth plan at all
Add this way of delivering the news to a long list of things Drew and Brittany Wolfe didn’t expect when Brittany got pregnant last year.
She certainly didn’t anticipate delivering in the middle of a pandemic lockdown.
They didn’t expect their baby to arrive so soon.
Brittany went into labor six weeks early.
They knew that meant family wouldn’t be able to come inside the hospital.
Baby’s arrival Plan B
Instead, Drew told them to wait outside.
Somehow, this new dad got very creative with how he decided to deliver the news.
Keep in mind, before the birth, the couple didn’t know the gender of their baby.
And they chose not to share any of the potential names with anyone else.
So there was a lot to reveal.
Drew told NBC5 that he ran down to the Walgreen’s shop in the hospital and bought a bad of paper and a pen to create his reveal.
What’s in a name?
When you put together all his pages, his message read, “Coming in at 4 lbs, 13 oz… in honor of.. Grammy and Poppy (Arleen and William)… Please Welcome… BOY… Asher Wyatt Wolfe.”
Drew says he was able to produce the split screen video with the help of a nurse. He didn’t catch her name. The family is now trying to find her so they can thank her for being part of their very special moment.