By baby teeth chart
August 14, 2014

...girl! After a well-documented pregnancy,  the Today Show host delivered daughter Vale Guthrie early Wednesday morning. The baby, who came in weighing a healthy 8 lbs. 5 oz., and measuring 19.5 inches long, is the first for Guthrie and husband Mike Feldman.

The proud new mom is clearly already smitten with her daughter, saying she has "blue eyes, a little bit of blondish hair, and the chubbiest cheeks you've ever seen," reports (And she's not kidding -- check out Vale's adorable cheeks here!) She added, "I think we found heaven in this little hospital room in New York City."

It seems like labor wasn't too rough on the 42-year-old. Earlier today, Matt Lauer told viewers that he and Guthrie were texting each other in the hospital, when she suddenly stopped corresponding. Minutes later, Lauer sent her a follow-up text to see what was going on, and she responded with a photo of Vale's tiny foot. (Talk about an awesome birth announcement!)

Though she just started maternity leave, it sounds like Guthrie will still be keeping early-bird hours. After Vale was born, she tweeted, "My 3 am wake up call sounds a lot different now. Sweeter..." (Awww.) Congratulations to the new family!

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Image of Savannah Guthrie and daughter Vale courtesy of the Today Show via Instagram

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