As previously reported, WWE ring announcer JoJo Offerman and WWE Superstar Bray Wyatt recently welcomed their newborn son Knash Sixx Rotunda to the world.
On her official Instagram page, JoJo’s mother, Alexie Offerman, posted photos of the newborn and the proud parents, while also noting that Knash’s birth itself was also terrifying due to JoJo almost dying during the procedure.
Mrs. Offerman further noted that baby Knash was prematurely born and that doctors ended up having to induce JoJo’s labor due to her having a severe case of preeclampsia, which the Mayo Clinic describes as “a pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure and signs of damage to another organ system, most often the liver and kidneys.”
Mrs. Offerman also stated that approximately 20 minutes after baby Knash’s birth, JoJo began to hemmorhage, at which point she held her hands and “felt her life slipping away.” Doctors, however, were able to get the bleeding to stop and JoJo’s condition then stabilized.
She further stated that during the entire situation, Wyatt was by JoJo’s side.
Below is Mrs. Offerman’s post from her official Instagram page:
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Welcome to the world my precious baby Knash May The Lord always bless you... As I share these beautiful moments with you I would also like to share the story of the most terrifying moments of our lives preceding the birth...baby Knash was prematurely born, Joseann had a severe case of preeclampsia that led to her being hospitalized and induced to give birth! There were complications before birth but my girl was a courageous trooper and delivered our their beautiful baby that filled the room with Joy, both of us grandmas and mommy and daddy were ecstatically happy! About 20 minutes later the most terrifying moments for us, JoJo was hemorrhaging and as I held her hands I felt her life slipping away, Thank God and these amazing doctors were able to stop the bleeding and stabilize her! I am still shaking... I am also so thankful to Windham’s mom Steph for holding me up during this whole ordeal, thank you to the medical staff and of course a HUGE props to a great man, a beautiful soul with an even more beautiful heart @thewindhamrotunda He has been by my daughters side 24 hours a day! Very supportive and loving! Windham if I loved you before just know that I love you even more now! You’re a special man...mommy and baby are doing good🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽#EclampsiaAwareness thank you for well wishes in advance! ❤️❤️