Scott Speedman and girlfriend Lindsay Rae Hofmann welcomed daughter Pfeiffer Lucia during a home birth last week on Tuesday, Oct. 26.
“Pfeiffer Lucia Speedman. Born at home 10/26/21. In awe of my girl @lindsayraehofmann. Awe,” Speedman captioned the post. Hofmann, 30, also shared her own photos of her newborn daughter. “Pfeiffer Lucia Speedman. Our beautiful daughter was born at home on October 26th at 8:33am weighing 6.6lb,” she wrote.
“Pfeiffer, for her heart to always feel connected to the nature and sea & Lucia, to forever be our little ‘light,'” Hofmann continued in the caption. “We love you little Pfeiff @scottspeedman.”
“I’m tremendously excited,” he said last month. “I probably wasn’t ready as a younger guy, and now I’m ready to sort of give over to it. The timing just feels great.”
“I have no idea what’s coming,” Speedman added. “But everybody says that having kids changes your life. And whatever that means, I’m excited to find out.”
The late Olympic snowboarder Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin‘s widow recently welcomed their baby girl just 15 months after his passing.
Pullin was a two-time world champion snowboarder who tragically died while spearfishing in Australia in July 2020. The 32-year-old snowboarder competed in three Olympics in total and was the Australian flag bearer at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
El Pullin announced back in June that how she was pregnant, a dream the couple had been trying to achieve for years. She said the couple had been trying to have a baby, and after going through IVF, in vitro fertilization, she finally became pregnant.
“When my love had his accident, we all held onto hope that I’d be pregnant that month,” she wrote. “ IVF was on our cards but it wasn’t something I ever imagined I’d be tackling on my own. Bittersweet like none other, I’ve never been more certain or excited about anything in my entire life.”
The couple’s baby, Minnie Alex Pullin, was born on Oct. 25. Pullin went on the podcast Darling, Shine! to talk about her journey with IVF.
“I’ve seriously wanted a child since I was 16 years old,” she said. “I’ve had no doubt in my mind that I wanted to be a mom.”
“We did that sperm retrieval process, of course, because Chump passed away, to get his sperm,” she added. “The doctor did hand select the best viable sperm out of the millions and popped it straight into the egg.”
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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