Every Tuesday Harper and I go back to the hospital for a breast feeding class. I mainly like going because they weigh her and I can see how much weight she is gaining. It is so important for her to gain weight since she was a preemie.
Our little girl sure is feisty and a wiggle worm. I like to call her Squirrel because she just does not stop moving! Even when she sleeps she makes noises and movements all night long. She makes this funny little sound that sounds exactly like a billy goat. It cracks me up.
Goldie is adjusting to having Harper around. Mainly she just ignores her but sometimes she will come over and lick her hand or head. It is so cute.
Everyone always remarks at how long she is. Even though she is small our little girl is long. Tal likes that because he wants her to play basketball some day.
Here is our one month little girl!
The quilt was a gift from the NICU. A lady sews these beautiful quilts and donates them to the NICU for each baby to take home. Tal chose this really bright one. It was my favorite too!
I am going to take a picture of Harper each month with her owl and on her quilt to see how she grows over the first year. This picture was hard because she couldn't sit up on her own. Sorry for the poor quality. I was trying to hold her up and snap the pic at the same time. I tried to take another one but by then she had enough pictures.
On a side note I am doing well. My blood pressure is back to normal and after a few weeks of being really sore and walking around like a granny, I am feeling back to normal again. I have already lost 36 pounds since my doctor weighed me on September 18. That tells you how freakin swollen and full of fluids I was. My clothes fit me once again which feels wonderful!