"Oh no, sir!" she replied, "I'm not drunk! But I am very sad, and I was pouring out my heart to the LORD.
Please don't think I am a wicked woman! For I have been praying out of great anguish and sorrow."
"In that case," Eli said, "cheer up! May the God of Israel grant the request you have asked of him."
"Oh, thank you, sir!" she exclaimed. Then she went back and began to eat again, and she was no longer sad.
The entire family got up early the next morning and went to worship the LORD once more. Then they returned home to Ramah. When Elkanah slept with Hannah, the LORD remembered her request,
and in due time she gave birth to a son. She named him Samuel, for she said, "I asked the LORD for him."
References for 1 Samuel 1:20
The next year Elkanah, Peninnah, and their children went on their annual trip to offer a sacrifice to the LORD.
But Hannah did not go. She told her husband, "Wait until the baby is weaned. Then I will take him to the Tabernacle and leave him there with the LORD permanently."
References for 1 Samuel 1:22
"Whatever you think is best," Elkanah agreed. "Stay here for now, and may the LORD help you keep your promise." So she stayed home and nursed the baby.
When the child was weaned, Hannah took him to the Tabernacle in Shiloh. They brought along a three-year-old bull for the sacrifice and half a bushel of flour and some wine.
References for 1 Samuel 1:24
After sacrificing the bull, they took the child to Eli.