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Aug 24
Scene and Heard
Introducing Indigo Poppy!
Celebrating a beautiful summer birth
Scott Robbins and Sarah Lipton are thoroughly delighted to introduce their second beautiful baby girl to the Shambhala world. Indigo Poppy Lipton Robbins was born on July 2nd, 2017 after a beautiful and seamless labor and birth at home. She was smaller than her big sister Odessa Rose (who is thrilled to have a baby sister), weighing in at 7 pounds, 14 ounces and measuring 19 1/2 inches. The birth was declared “perfect” by the midwives present, and the expanded family is luxuriating in one another’s health, joy, love, and presence.

Joyful family welcomes a new baby

As Sarah says, “Some of you may remember that the pipes burst in our basement, heralding the beginning of my labor with Odessa. This time, Indigo’s arrival was marked by a huge thunder storm that flooded most of Vermont. She came into the world during the calm after the storm. We could not be happier with our great good fortune! I felt incredible peace as I labored to bring Indigo into the world. We are learning the often tricky dance of having a 2 ½ year old and a newborn….but are fortunate to all be in good health and mostly good spirits! Deepest heartfelt gratitude to you all, and we can’t wait for you to meet Indigo Poppy.”

Odessa with Indigo Poppy

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2 responses to “ Introducing Indigo Poppy! ”
  1. Jeanne Cain
    Aug 28, 2017

    Congratulations Sarah and family. And welcome Indigo Poppy. The whole family appears surrounded by baby bliss in your lovely photo. I am so glad we had the chance to connect at the Garchen Sarah. love, love, love

  2. Linda V. Lewis
    Aug 25, 2017

    Sweet! And am so glad your labor went well w/ midwifes. Yeshe Tsogyal’s birth was marked by great rain that created a lake, “Tso”, from which she derived her name–so consider all that bursting water auspicious!

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