I never asked for Christmas in the NICU
Toby, Eleanor and Callista’s first holiday season was spent in NICU. They were a month old, still required oxygen support and feeding tubes, and our days were spent waiting for them to outgrow episodes of apnea and bradycardia.
I wanted nothing to do with Christmas or the season, but as the days […]
3 years later, a NICU ornament
If you’re anything like me (and I know you are), you have squirreled away keepsakes for someday, when you finally find time and/or brilliant ideas.
In reality, most of that stuff will stay in boxes until we die and leave it to the next generation to look […]
In lieu of using duct tape to secure triplet hineys in place, I’m embracing the fleeing-subject look 99.9999999 percent of my photos embody.
Merry Everything, and look out! Toby’s gonna get you!
Callista, Eleanor, Tobias
Deck the [NICU] halls
It’s nearly 5 a.m. here, and I just finished pumping. You’d think I’d be a bleary mess, doing my best to make it back to bed before I fall asleep, but here I sit, googling my brains out.
I’m getting frustrated with it.
Why am I googling at 5 a.m. and getting frustrated? Our babies’ […]
This is beyond to-do. This is must-do. Christmas vomited in our guest room, and it needs to be cleaned up, boxed and stored in the attic this weekend.