Thursday, April 19, 2012

A quick rundown

With so much going on I've been a little skimpy on details of things going. So here's a quick update. Hubby and I brought Jace home on Monday April 16. I must say that even though it rained it was still the best day ever. Now that I have him home it's hard to believe that he was in the NICU for 4weeks and 4days. It's hard to believe that my little one is already one month old. I guess sometimes time does fly. Although he is home I must say that I will miss the nurses, they took such good care of him and loved on him when I wasn't there. I thank God for the favor that he showed upon my baby boy while he was there. All the nurses gave him some goodbye love and expressed how they hated he was leaving but knew that he had to go.

I have been rather tired lately ( which is probably the reason for the random blogs). But it's been a good tired. And I really can't blame jace, I mean yes he wakes in the middle of the night to be changed and to eat, but even when he's sleeping I'm jumping up at every little noise he makes. I'm jumping up at random times to look over into his bassinet to make sure he's breathing. I even find myself sometimes sleeping with my hand over his belly so that I can feel the rise and fall of his chest. It's funny how at first the worry was just getting him here and now that he's here there are a whole other slew of worries. Other than that things are going well. I hope to eventually find the time to blog regularly again as there are so many things on my mind that i need to let off. Until then I will end this post with a pic :

These are only a few of the nurses that took such great care of Jace. There are many others that I am so grateful for.


Joanna said...

Yey- he looks adorable!!!
We also were in the NICU for 7 days with our little girl, but I still haven't had a chance to write an update ...I applaud you!!!

Brie said...

Tears in my eyes. What a wonderful blessing.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

So glad he is home with you and that he had such excellent care at the hospital. I pray that you will be able to relax and get some rest. I know that fears can take over. My children are in their 30's and that fear always has a way of creeping in. We have to trust in God. If we spend our days in worry than we are not taking advantage of the joy!

Andrea said...

So precious....I'm sitting here in a puddle of tears this morning. Happy ones, so happy! It's been such a LONG journey for the Fab 5 and now Jace completes our RAINBOW! HE is powerful! I rejoice in his name in this very moment!


mrsnice777 said...

Simply beautiful!!!


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