I'm sure you are all just in stitches to hear about our Kaylor.
We got home with no problems Tuesday afternoon. Ginny took a few days to recover and is still a little sore but has approved much.
We went to two doctor's appointments already for Kaylor. The resident neonatologist encouraged us to see Kaylor's (PCP) primary care physician within 3 days of discharge. The neo and Kaylor's PCP agreed that she needs to see an opthamologist because a blocked tear duct in her left eye. We have an appointment in mid-January.
We have, of coursed, altered our sleeping habits. Ginny is learning quickly to sleep when the little one sleeps.
Our animal has made several humorous noises which resemble different animals: ducks, dogs, velocirapters, elephants and even the goat from the last fifteen minutes of Willow.
We are very grateful to everyone that has brought us meals and extended their services to us. My sister stayed a few days with us and my parents also came in town to lend a hand and spend Christmas with us. Ginny's mom arrived Sunday and will be here through 3 Jan.
We have bathed her a few times and found out quickly that she goes straight from the bath to a towel or you get this.
This girl pees like a race horse! She's peed on Ginny a few times and has pooped on us as well.
That leads us to the next question most of you are dying to ask...how are the cloth diapers?
We have been keeping her in regular diapers until we get a better handle on when she goes. We used one today and even used our sprayer to rinse it out in the toilet. Worked like a charm.
I'm sorry the only picture I have is her peeing on me but I will definitely post more later, I'm sure.
Of course, we had a great Christmas with everyone here. We were