"When we first heard, it was kind of confusing," Palin, 44, said. She called the revelation "very, very challenging" and said she initially felt sad.
I am so impressed with our Governor! She had her baby on Friday, April 18th and was back at work in three days! She is beautiful and has a beautiful heart. I loved the part of a note which was shared in the news article:
In a letter she e-mailed to relatives and close friends Friday after giving birth, Palin wrote, "Many people will express sympathy, but you don't want or need that, because Trig will be a joy. You will have to trust me on this." She wrote it in the voice of and signed it as "Trig's Creator, Your Heavenly Father." Read more at ADN.COM
And what did the Daddy of five have to say about Trig coming home to Alaska to be born?
"You can't have a fish picker from Texas."
Trig is a Norse word meaning "true" and "brave victory." The name is in honor of his great uncle, a Bristol Bay fisherman, while the name Paxson comes from the well-known snowmobiling area in Alaska, which Sarah and husband Todd Palin love. Celebrity Baby Blog
Congratulations Governor Sarah and Todd Palin, may God continue to shower His blessings on your whole family.
Visit KTUU.COM to see a picture of Trig.