This is a small update to say that Alyssa and I are now home. She's doing really well, she's such a quiet baby and sleeps like a dream. She was very mucusy, but I think she's got it all out now. She is Hailey's twin, omg, her weight, measurements, looks, and the small things she does is Hailey, Hailey Hailey. I can't believe it. As for me, well, I'm sore and it's a bit rough emotionally, but I'll get over it at some point. You all know how I felt about c-sections and how they scared the sh!t out of me and here I had no choice but to have one :(.
As my hubby posted in the thread that Lori posted, wait till you hear my story. You will all quite literally sit going :eek: and most probably say WTF!? Then, the end has a sad, but happy ending. Every pregnancy is a learning experience, and I don't care how many you have. This one was definately a learning experience. Babies and bodys sure work in strange ways when you least expect it.
I will try and post pics and my story tomorrow, dunno if I will get anything started tonight, but I'll try. Right now Im just relaxing waiting for her to wake up and eat. It's funny, we spent 2 hours doing everything we could think of last night when Bruce was visiting me and she still wouldn't wake up. We changed her diaper, opened her sleeper, washed her face, wiped down her chest, I even blew on her after she was wiped to get her slightly chilled and the little monkey wouldn't wake up lol. But, while we normally do feed on demand, after 5 hours or so we do tend to wake them up just so things don't go too far along.
Well, hope all is well. Congrats to everyone that's had babies while I was having my ordeal. I will do my best to catch up and respond to things over the next couple days