Do you want to do some matchmaking? Here's my first grandchild, Angelo Joseph, born October 20th.
Who won the pool?
Isolde is fine. She had a small complications that needed some attention but she's fine. Sore, but moving around with assistance. She'll be in the hospital for a few days so unable to post. Sophia is doing great. She's very calm overall, cranky when disturbed but once she's settled into whatever it is she yawns and gets calm again. She takes everything in stride, is sleeping a lot. She's smiled so far, sneezed several times and taken a few good poos. I\ve changed her and dressed her several times and she's breast feeding well as of tonight. She's also sleeping a lot so we're not too bagged.
A human came out of her and it was grown by you guys! It's amazing. And the love, it's great. That's how I describe it.
I hope the complications were tolerable. I hope she can stay home for some time to come and heal.
She may say "never again" now, but trust me, women forget. :grin:
It doesn't look like me.
Congrats Anakhahaha and Isolde!
Right back at ya!Congrats to you as well! I have a daughter born this year, and my brother and his wife had twins in May. It's a golden pig baby explosion.
A suggestion to all of you new parents/grandparents: I'm taking a picture of him each week (thank God for digital cameras!) and it's amazing how much he's changed so far. I should have done this when my kids were young.
By the way, if you're wondering why he has that 'amazed' look on his face, I'm pretty sure I was reading him some of Dondrei's posts! :rolleyes:
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I thought so. My son had a nice mark from them that also reddened his eye. On top of that, he was born 'sunny side up' and developed a large lump on his head due to bruising. It's amazing how quickly they recover from all of that.Those are forcep marks. They're gone now.
As I said above, I hope you're taking a picture of Sophia at least once a week (properly labelled). You won't regret it.