Jana Kramer Recorded A Podcast While Giving Birth
By Emily Lee
December 7, 2018
Jana Kramer and her husband, Mike Caussin, welcomed a new addition to their family on Nov. 29. The former One Tree Hill actress shared the happy news on Instagram, alongside a sweet delivery room photo. "Welcome to the world, Jace Joseph Caussin. Our hearts are so full. Thank you to all of our friends and family..and all of you who have supported Mike and I, and our growing family," Kramer gushed.
It's impressive enough to bring a new human into the world, but Kramer took her delivery experience to a whole other level by recording an episode her podcast while she was giving birth. Talk about multi-tasking!
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Welcome to the world, Jace Joseph Caussin. Our hearts are so full. Thank you to all of our friends and family..and all of you who have supported Mike and I, and our growing family. We are so blessed, and a huge thank you to @avawomen for helping us grow our family. #rainbowbaby #blessed
Kramer brought her fans into the delivery room with her on the latest episode of her Whine Down With Jana Kramer Podcast on iHeartRadio. Kramer and her husband started recording the night before their son's birth, sharing their fears and hopes about the birthing experience with listeners.
There are some sweet moments, including their discussion about how they want to make sure their 2-year-old daughter Jolie feels included every step of the way, as well as some raw ones. Kramer's listeners can hear as she struggles to get an epidural.
Of course, listeners will also get to hear the moment that makes all the difficulties worth it: when little Jace is born and takes his first breaths. "He's so handsome, you guys made a perfect baby," a nurse told the new parents.
As for why they decided to document this experience for their podcast listeners, Kramer says they "have always been an open book. This is our next journey, so we are happy to bring everyone along."
Listen to the full episode of Whine Down with Jana Kramer on iHeartRadio here: