Sunday, January 18, 2009
I went sledding yesterday with Trevor and his brother and sister. It was a very popular hill, and by this point was pure ice. It had a lot of jumps at the bottom too. I hit a jump, flipped over, landed on my face, and skidded across more ice. This was taken this morning. My face hurts. My head hurts even worse. Trevor says it looks like I'm abused. Trevor's all sensitive brother, after seeing the blood dripping out of my nose, comforted me by saying, "Wow. You suck at sledding." Thanks, Tyler.
Saturday, January 03, 2009
I read your birth story and my son is 7 months now. I had an epidural (which didn't work) but it made Kevin so drowsy, he wouldn't nurse when he was born. He also didn't cry so he was taken from me, I didn't get to hold him for 2 hours. He's fine now just slept a lot the first 24 hours but never did learn to nurse. My best friend also had her baby 4 months later and had the epidural. Her son never learned to nurse either because he was so drowsy. I'm glad you said you didn't need an epidural, the pain doesn't last long and is over once the baby's born. I think it is just nerves mostly, I was pretty nervous. Anyways just wanted to tell you that I'm very happy for you both.