Linking up with Twinfatuation Way Back When-esday. Thanks Cheryl for letting me play along!
Last week I shared Luke's homecoming. This week I am sharing a few pictures of his singleton week at home. That week was so bitter-sweet. I was beyond happy to have my son home, but hated leaving him to visit Molly in the hospital. On the other hand I hated that my 3 trips a day visiting Molly changed to 2. The hospital was a 30 minute drive from home, so it took 2 hours a day just to go visit her. I would stay at least 1.5 hours each time, so that took 5 hours away from my son daily.We were so blessed to have the apartment (minutes away) to stay at during the majority of their hospital stay, but I couldn't bare taking Luke anywhere but home when he was released. He deserved to go home to his own bed. As I write this I realize how fast a week goes by, but that particular week dragged on forever! Luke was really an easy baby. All he did was eat, sleep and poop! The only issue we had was dealing with the preemie sounds he made at night. Anyone that has had a preemie knows what I am talking about! We were on the NICU schedule, so everything was already timed out perfectly for me. The nurses had already done that not fun job for me.
Luke's first bath at home! As you can see he didn't like it very much!
This picture shows him all decked out in baby blue! Why are sleeping babies so sweet?!?!
I loved those alone cuddles with my baby boy! I am sure you all will agree that when you held your newborn sleeping baby it was pure bliss! A love like no other!
Come on Mom....can't you just let a boy sleep around here? You have that darn camera in my
face 24/7. Give it a rest already!
Next week I will post about Molly's homecoming.
This was Luke's reaction when we told him he would no longer be a singleton baby! :)
Why, Mom?!?! I was just getting used to this whole singleton thing!
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