Well, late again but feeling less guilt ridden about it anyway. Here’s the lowdown for this update: Angus FOUR MONTHS OLD! 11 lbs! Getting YUGE! Gus continues to grow into a full fledged baby. He’s wearing 0-3 and some 3 month size clothing, and despite thinking we’d wait until after the holidays,... Continue Reading →
I’m behind on my once a month goal! I know NONE of you care, but I made a commitment to myself, damnit. I feel like I want to organize my post a bit more than usual, since I actually feel like I have a lot on my mind that I’ve been wanting to share... Continue Reading →
I'm feeling really proud that I'm posting once a month. I hope this will continue. Feel free to affirm the hell outta me about this, if you want. Angus' birthday isn't the sole reason for posting, but it's a good reminder that we've managed to make it through another month of keeping two kids alive... Continue Reading →
Holy shit, y'all. We made it one whole month with two kids - who are both alive and, it would appear, thriving. I am still exhausted. Some things have definitely gotten easier - Angus has gained enough weight continuously that we can now let him sleep a 3-4 hour stretch at night. L has been... Continue Reading →
Sorry to leave y'all hanging . . . Meet Angus Greer: Here's the story: When we woke up on Wednesday morning, we knew induction was coming - but we thought we might have up to a week to get things finalized. You know, make a few more burritos, clean the house, that kind of thing.... Continue Reading →
Details to follow. Say prayers, send juju.
Another week, another round of appointments. All good news – L & Tiny ‘passed’ the NST with flying colors, and BPP looks good – adequate fluid, good blood flow in umbilical cord, practice breathing. Thanks to everyone for weighing in on the scheduled cesarean vs. induction question. While it’s not 100% yet, I think L... Continue Reading →
MFM appointment this morning revealed that Tiny is still tiny but still doing well by most measures: adequate fluid, good blood flow in the umbilical cord, moving well, practicing breathing, with an excellent heart rate. The placenta is showing slightly more signs of dysfunction, but is still working effectively. For now, it’s stay the course.... Continue Reading →