OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Nadia Comaneci and Bart Conner are the parents of a baby boy. Dylan Paul was born Saturday, the first child for the gold-medal winning gymnasts.
Comaneci was due to deliver in July, the 30th anniversary of her seven perfect 10s at the Montreal Games.
"He's a few weeks early, so he's a little small -- 4 pounds, 10 ounces -- but he's just fantastic. He's awesome, in fact. He's really cute," Conner said.
"It's just something that's totally a part of you," Comaneci said. "As Bart said, it's a miracle because you stare at the little child and you just don't want to go away. You just stare at them."
Conner described his emotions as a mixture of excitement, fear, elation and terror.
"There's every emotion laid out there on the table," Conner said. "It's pretty overwhelming."
The 44-year-old Comaneci delivered Dylan by Caesarean section Saturday morning. The delivery room staff created a poster proclaiming the boy a "perfect 10."
"Everything's great. We'll probably stay here a couple of days and then go home. So far, everything looks good. He's strong and healthy and Mom is doing great," said Conner, 48.
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