my baby girl was born 3 month to early and weigth 2,11.. after spending two month in hospital we are now home...with our litlle one BUT utteryy tired and no idea what day our time it is..
but soo please my baby is fine and home.. that all that matters...
I had nine weeks with my Son in Neonatal Care. You will be amazed at how much better they come along at home, and you will find that having had so many frights already you are almost shockproof!!!
Just Take Care of You, Little One and Husband and Enjoy this time.
Never mind the dust.
(Also my tiny one grew to be 13 stone, he was small for about the first five or six years-like a Dolly, but you would never know now)
Children are such a gift.. I am so happy that you have her home.. I hope you get some sleep soon.. Try and take naps during the day while she is sleeping if you can... I have been going to our sons house to help my DIL so that when she is tired she can sleep and I will watch Abby... Our little Grandaughter is six weeks old...
I hope all goes well for you, again congratulations.
congratulations on the birth of your daughter, and i am so pleased to hear that you have her at home with you now after that long stay at the hospital. That must have been a very worrying time for you.
Welcome to the world little one, and give that baby a cuddle from me.
It must feel wonderful to have everyone home together...you will find a routine soon, dont worry! Nap when the baby naps, resist the urge to get things done during that time...the dishes will always be there!
It is so much better being when you are in your own environment and alot easier to relax. Just make sure friends and family allow you time to rest and that they don't try and visit too often. Try setting times of day which are for you and your baby only to allow bonding and resting together.
Enjoy your new bundle of joy. As a mother of 2 beautiful girls I can say from experience that it makes you feel so proud, even when they cause you heartache and worry as they grow older!!!
Many congratulations on the birth and return home of your little girl.
Yes you must be very tired. My little girl was born at 27 weeks and spent 3 months on hospital, you just keep going cause you have to, then when they finally come home and you can start to feel the relief i think thats when the tiredness kicks in.
I wish you all the best and hope everyting goes well for you and your family.
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