Glenda and the rest of the gang got the news early Sunday morning.
Glenda said she was “a little anxious,” but not too worried about the new baby’s arrival.
“It’s a good news story for us,” she told ABC News.
“We don’t have a lot of children so we’re going to be happy to be home for now.”
The baby’s father is a professional basketball player, and the family had planned to move into a house that was a few miles from the hospital.
The mother said she’d love to be back in the house.
Glendas family, Glenda & Sons.
Glenderman, a retired nurse, has a long-standing interest in birth control and was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes last year.
She had surgery last spring to have her pancreas removed, and said she wasn’t even close to being able to get it back.
“My doctor said I should take it out of my body, but I didn’t want to,” she said.
We’re all suffering from diabetes, and I don’t want anyone to feel that way.” “
It’s not about me, it’s about the people around me.
We’re all suffering from diabetes, and I don’t want anyone to feel that way.”
Glenda has no plans to have another baby anytime soon.
“There’s no point in having another child.
It’s a long time to wait for another baby to come along.”
Glendermans parents have decided to keep the baby in the family, and Glenderma is excited about the chance to get to know the new boy.
Glenderingman said it’s a bittersweet moment.
“If it’s the first time I’ve been in a hospital for anything, it feels great,” she added.
“But if I’m going to have a baby again, then it’s just not going be the same.”
The couple has a son, and they are looking forward to him being born next week.