Savanna Lofantaine-Greywind was eight months pregnant with her first child when she disappeared without a trace on August 19.
Greywind was eight months pregnant when she died of what authorities are calling "homicidal violence".
The boyfriend of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind has posted the first pictures of their presumed newborn daughter.
Little Haisley Jo was reunited with her father after allegedly being ripped out from her mother's womb.
Mr Matheny told WDAY6: 'I was just overwhelmed with joy'.
The infant, named Haisley Jo, is in the care of family this week after spending the weekend with Greywind's parents for Grandparents Day.
"She's lovely", Matheny said at the time.
Norbeta told PEOPLE that her daughter "loved everyone, she loved kids, her family - she would have been a wonderful mom".
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Ashton Matheny says he hasn't yet been granted legal custody of the baby, but he says he believes it will happen soon.
The photos come days after LaFontaine-Greywind was laid to rest in Sunset Memorial Gardens in Fargo.
The baby was found in an apartment August 24 in North Fargo where Greywind was last seen before she vanished. Days before, police arrested Crews and Hoehn after they were found with Greywind's newborn child. "This is our family".
Meanwhile, Hoehn and Crews are charged with conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, and providing false information to law enforcement.
Hoehn said he disposed of garbage bags filled with bloody shoes and towels.
However, Ms Crews initially told police that the victim gave up her baby before allegedly admitting to taking advantage of the woman in an attempt to get her baby.
Her body was found wrapped in plastic and duct tape in the Red River on September 3 by kayakers. They were each arrested and held on $2 million bail.