at some point, when i've gotten a better grasp of how to manage life in between breastfeeding every two hours, i will post more, and perhaps wrap up this chapter of the blog. but i am deeply, truly, to-my-core humbly joyful in telling you that L safely entered the world on his due date (!) -- 12th March 2012, at 22:12, weighing in at 8 lbs. 4.6 ozs (3759 grams) and measuring 20.5 inches (52 cm). words cannot express how incredibly grateful i am to all of you for coming along on this journey, which has simply now started down another road. you are our village of hope and love, and we could not do this without you.
thank you thank you thank you.
adventures in family-making, hope and love...while trying to find my way through pregnancy, infertility, loss, miscarriage, and motherhood.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Tummymuffin IV has arrived!
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Erika, I am so happy for you, you have no idea the joy it brings me that you are so happy and have your beautiful gift from God in your arms.
In regards to breastfeeding. It will be your life for the first few months. And it will hurt like the dickens for prob. the first 6 wks but it does get easier. I cried for weeks and had to have my sister in law come over and help me because I almost gave up with nursing, but I am so glad I stuck it out.
enjoy every min. :) love you!
I am so incredibly glad for all of you. Wondering how you are all doing now a few weeks into it all. He is so darling.
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