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"What's amazing is that someone can cry all night, and you wake up in the morning, and you still really like them," Stephanie wondered aloud.

Friday marked the first night at home for the whole family, and by Saturday morning they looked like old pros, lounging comfortably with their new little one.

She was born on 26 February 1974 in Kingston, Jamaica but, she grew up in Petionville, Haiti. She received her graduation degree from Binghamaton University on Bachelor of Arts in French and English in 1996. From 2004 to 2007, she appeared as the weekend morning sports anchor, where she worked for WABC’S Eyewitness News in New York City, at the same time, she did the special segment name Jenna’s Beef and she had editorialized an event from the world of sports week.

"It was almost like a religious experience," Jenna said of baby Harper's arrival.

"You carry this little person around with you that you have yet to meet for nine months, and then all of a sudden the stars just align and it's you and this little angel and this person that you love.

The brand-new baby, welcomed into the world by TODAY anchor and correspondent Jenna Wolfe and NBC News foreign correspondent Stephanie Gosk this week, made her weekend TODAY debut on Saturday morning — well actually, she slept through it.

You go from being two people finding their way to a family instantaneously, and it's one of the most wonderful feelings in the world." As for the baby's name, Jenna thinks the moniker will go great with a future in sports. If she follows in Stephanie's footsteps, Harper's a great field hockey name," Jenna said. She'll probably end up being a ballerina," said Stephanie.

Jenna Wolfe (born Jennifer Wolfeld; February 26, 1974) is an American journalist, fitness expert and personal trainer.



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