Radio Archive #1: Eggplant and Childbirth

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In this episode: The family goes out for Italian in an effort to induce labor, followed less than two days later with actual audio footage from the birth of Lillian Grace Willits!

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About the Author
Greg is married to Jennifer. They've got five kids.

17 comments on Radio Archive #1: Eggplant and Childbirth

  1. It is so great to be able to hear you guys again on my MP3 Player! Episode 1 of the Podcast was brilliant! Can’t wait for Episode 2!

  2. Liz Benim says:

    It’s great to hear from you guys again! Thanks for sharing such a special moment – I cried and rejoiced as Lily was born!

  3. Leisa from Minesooooota says:

    Yes! I had missed the show when you played the recording you Lily’s birth. Thanks for putting it in the podcast, it was wonderful!

  4. Can’t wait to listen – I’ve been waiting for this!

  5. Dawn says:

    Oh, this makes me SOOOOO happy!! I was just thinking a few days ago how much I miss hearing about the Willits life happenings. This is exactly what I was praying for. Thank you, thank you, thank you Sirius, The Catholic Channel and Greg and Jennifer, we love you!! : )

  6. Dulce Barahona says:

    confession: I STILL haven’t listened to Curtain Call… but now I can cause it WON’T be the last time I hear you two!!!!!!! I’m so happy i get even a small part of the Catholics next door to listen to! THANKS SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!

  7. Susan Bailey says:

    I didn’t realize how MUCH I missed you guys! It all felt so wonderfully familiar. Welcome back to Podcastland. 🙂 Brought back many interesting memories of when I had my 2 kids.

    Looking forward to lots more!

  8. Mary Soukup says:

    all i can say is THANK YOU SO MUCH.

  9. Hugo says:

    Oh, I missed you guys so much! And I’m so happy for your family and this little wonderful just born girl. Thank you for your great work, it’s really great to listen from you again!

  10. Steve in Boiling Springs, PA says:

    Please thank Sirius XM for allowing the podcast. I listen to the show when I can but most of the time I’m at work and don’t have the opportunity to listen.

  11. Ryan E says:

    Thank you GOD for this!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m SO SO SO happy that you are back!!!

  12. Richard Emblem says:

    Hooray! I have missed you so much since the Rosary Army podcast ended. Greetings from England.

  13. John says:

    Yay! Yay! Yay! Yay! Yay!

    Now I can finally finish listening to the rest of the Rosary Army episodes! (which I’ve been spreading out for as long as possible)

    This = awesome squared.

  14. Jessica says:

    Hooray! I have missed you guys! BIG THANKS to Sirius for allowing this!

  15. Niall Mor says:

    Welcome back to the podcasting world! I missed you guys.

    Greg, I’m not sure I would have recorded and podcast Jennifer’s labor and delivery (definitely what I would call an intimate family moment), but I gotta tell ya, I choked up when I heard Lily cry for the first time. This kid is gonna have it made in the shade with thousands of RA and CND listeners, “aunts and uncles,” who will love her and pray for her as if she were a member of their own families. Welcome to the world, little one! You are loved.

  16. Walter Willits says:

    ”sniff” it does sound painful mom.

  17. newcatholic says:

    I am so glad to hear you guys again, I never had the change to put you on itunes but I would listen to the rosary army podcasts on rosary army! I am so glad to be able to hear you guys again!!!

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