Thursday, March 29, 2007

Home

We're home and my boobs are exploding. Like, OW. Fortunately Kate has figured out what to do with exploding boobs.


I still haven't had time to remove my hospital bracelets.


And I thought I could blog through labor - HAH! Well, I was doing a sort of running commentary up until the point when I couldn't talk during a contraction (typing was out, too.) I'll use that to help build the beginning of the birth story.


I'm not feeling all that tired (YET!) and I'm not in that much pain. I'll never be in "that much" pain again, compared to labor. Sheesh. It went really well; I have so much to be thankful for.


But more later because I have to go detonate a boob for the baby now.

10 comments:

  1. I was going to join in the clamor for pictures, but I think I'll wait for a different post to do that.

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  2. by the way, "superbrendah" is also SAJ, just in case you didn't recognize me. Silly wordpress log in thing.

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  3. Yay!!!!!!!! You did it! I knew it would be a cinch for you. Can't wait to hear all the details but don't worry, we can wait and wait and wait and wait. Because I remember how crazy those first few weeks were. I'm so excited for you! Hi Baby Kate! Welcome to this world!

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  4. Congratulations! I look forward to lots and lots of pictures!

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  5. Hooray, welcome home!

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  6. Can hardly wait to hear the whole story. Much love and congratulations to the SUPER FAMILY! Also, we'll be looking forward to many more pictures in the future.

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  7. Yay! Welcome back! Kate is super adorable! So happy that all went well and you're home with the little princess. Hope Josh is feeling better too! Love you!

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  8. Welcome home and congratulations again to you and your family :)xoxox

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  9. You probably already know this, but I found that cold washcloths help a lot. At least Kate knows what to do! Try to rest or sleep even if you're not tired. Eventually all the excitement wears off a bit and suddenly you're in an exhausted slump. By the way, Welcome home! I loved coming home with my little ones. There's nothing like not having a nurse come check on you every hour or so!

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