(Since I couldn’t post when we actually came home, this is a bit late.)
The little miss all ready. The gown is actually what Josh wore when he came home.
I wasn’t being sensible one day and bought her some little shoes to wear home. Yeah, those stayed on about five seconds!
Daddy and his girl
I can’t begin to explain how I felt leaving the L&D floor and being allowed to go home with her. Everyone that we passed was like, oooh, a baby! and I think everyone who saw us smiled. I wanted to cry so badly, but knew if I let one tear slip, they wouldn’t survive. There’s a corny saying “Babies are God’s way of saying the world should go on” or something like that and I felt it was so true being wheeled through the lobby. Unexpectedly, it was one of the more emotional parts of the hospital stay.
Methodist has fancy wheelchairs!
Can you believe they actually let us leave with her? We’re still dumbfounded by that …
Nanuq gets a good look at his new sister
Coming home wears a girl out