Rob Huebel's Wife Talks About Their Wedding; Welcomed A Beautiful Daughter Despite Complications
"Children's Hospital" actor Rob Huebel is a man who has accomplished a fair amount of success in his professional career. But do you know that he is also a married man and a father of a prematurely born daughter?
If you did not know, well, you have come to the right place as today we shed some light on how his wife felt on their wedding and take a look at the issues the couple faced while their daughter stepped foot on this planet.
The Married Life of Rob Huebel And The Miraculous Birth of His Daughter:
Rob Huebel has been married to his beautiful wife Holly Hannula since 2016, and although the exact date of the marriage is not made public by the two, the two are happy with one another and are enjoying every moment together.
Holly Hannula is the traffic anchor for 'Today in LA' on KNBC, and she shared her marriage experience and happiness in the video.
Caption: Holly Hannula talks about her and Rob Huebel's wedding.
In the video, she says how happy she is to get married and settle with Rob and the marriage day was the best day of her life and had a lot of fun.
She also said she was very stressed out leading into the marriage.
And months later, on September 28, 2016, the couple welcomed a baby daughter named Holden Greer in their lives. But she was born prematurely at 26 weeks, weighing only one lb., 15 oz. Holden spent 117 days NICU at Cedars-Sinai, and that surely was a tough time for the two parents.
Holly addressed this phase in her life over on her Instagram.
A week ago today was the best day of my life! On September 28, I delivered my daughter into the world. Meet Holden Greer! This sassy sweet-pea decided to make her grand entrance three months early. Today, she is in the NICU & working hard to grow bigger and bigger. While we hoped and prayed she’d keep cooking until December, my husband and I are overjoyed that she is here and our hearts are about to explode. I plan to share more about our story in the future, but right now I just want to give thanks for the birth of this little warrior. I also want to express my gratitude to all the nurses and doctors looking after Holden around the clock. She’s in the best hands and I can’t thank them enough. Any positive energy, prayers and high-fives would be so welcome! #love #nicu #preemie
Her words of gratefulness and gratitude show how much her daughter means to her!
After spending 117 days in NICU, the couple finally took Holden home in early 2017, and the elation was too much to handle for them.
In an interview, Rob explained what is was like to be able to hold her finally.
It’s the best feeling in the whole world. My only thought was I hope I don’t get hot tears on this baby. We were able to visit her 24/7, so my wife would go in the morning and I would go at night because we wanted her to have as much time with our child as possible.
Rob also shared how emotionally disturbed he was to see her daughter struggle in such manner.
It never got easy. It’s really, really hard and it’s emotionally really draining because every instinct that you have is to stay there and to be with your child.
It never got easier, especially toward the end, you just want to get out of there. So it’s really hard to leave. We thought about doing a jailbreak, but ended up opting against it.
But now, the little angel is all fine and lighting up the lives of her mother and father, as per their social posts.
Do you believe in miracles? After 117 days in the #NICU, my daughter Holden has come home! She was born 3 months early (26 weeks, 5 days) and weighed just under 2 lbs. But when she hit 9 lbs and grew big lungs, her doctors told her to pack her tiny suitcase! Now we are all home together and snuggled up. * My husband and I are so grateful for our daughter who shows us how to be brave. And we will always be thankful for the skill of her NICU doctors and nurses at Cedars who held her hand along the way. * To all the families that are still waiting to come home from the hospital, I send you courage and love. It can be a long journey, but you will get there! And home never felt so good. * Special thanks for the kindness and support we have received from our friends and families. We have been lifted up! We are so lucky to have strong people around us. * Lastly, I found tons of encouragement on social media by searching hashtags. It helped so much to know that other people had made it through this difficult time. Thanks to all those who reached out! I hope I can reach out to you! * PS This pic was snapped minutes before we left the NICU on 1/23! #26weeker #love #proudmom #preemiepower #preemiestrong #nicugrad #nicumom #marchofdimes
They look happy and adorable, and we would like to wish them the very best for the days to come!
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