Congratulations are in order for 90 Day Fiance Season 6 couple Asuelu Pulaa and Kalani Faagata as she gave birth to their second son Kennedy on Tuesday!
“He’s finally here!” Kalani announced in the description of a YouTube video documenting the birth (included below). “I labored at home from 11 PM (5-6-19) to 6:30 AM,” she continues. “We arrived at the hospital at 6:40 AM (5-7-19) and he was born at 9:11 AM.” For those baby stat completists out there, Kennedy weighed in at 8 pounds 15 oz and measured 21 inches.
“Thank you to the supportive and sweet staff who helped me through another medicine free birth!” Kalani adds in the description. “Happy National Nurses Week to you all! ❤️🏥💙”
Here’s the full 10-minute-plus clip:
The video is shot mostly by Asuelu as he documents Kalani and her family waiting on the arrival of Kennedy, as well as all of their interactions with the new addition after his birth. Kalani’s sister Kolini is there, as are the sisters’ mom Lisa and dad Low.
As Kalani mentions in her caption, she opted for a medicine free birth. But even the pains of her labor couldn’t keep her from smiling as Asuelu revealed to the camera at one point that she was having a “constraction.” Kalani would later reference the new word in her Instagram post announcing the vlog. “Our baby was worth the constractions,” she wrote, adding a 😝 emoji.
Just after Asuelu shares Kalani having a constraction, the video cuts to baby Andrew’s first appearance and Asuelu cutting the umbilical cord.
Viewers are then treated to numerous clips of Kennedy as he is introduced to the entire family — including his very cautious older brother Oliver.
The video footage ends once Kennedy arrives home, and then the vlog shifts to a slideshow of great photos. Here are just a few examples:
Kalani and Asuelu first announced they were expecting a second child back in January, and Kalani later revealed that her second pregnancy was difficult — just like her first. “I haven’t done many pregnancy updates because I haven’t been doing very well both mentally and physically,” Kalani captioned a gallery of Instagram photos on March 26. “I’m so thankful that my mom’s in town for a while so I can have a break and finally start nesting. I’m fortunate to have such strong women in my life who help me when I’m struggling. Thank you, thank you, thank you [Kolini] [Lisa] 👸🏽👸🏻👸🏽❤️”
I will wrap things up with posts from mom, dad, and Aunt Kolini — the latter of which expresses admiration for Kalani opting for a medicine-free birth by calling her a bad b*tch. (Insert joke about Kalani’s boohole hurting here. 😝)