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March 6, 2010

A day of firsts

Filed under: Family, Personal — llcall @ 3:21 am

First smile captured on film:

First cold, which is clearly distressing her greatly:

Our poor girl is having all kinds of congestion and coughing.  She is like a different baby, crying a lot and staying up all hours of the night.  The doctor told us to bring her in today to make sure her lungs were okay, and thankfully, they are.  We’re supposed to watch her for signs of a secondary infection, but otherwise just wait it out.  Neal is certainly earning his sainthood status after staying up with her from 11pm – 7am last night, and planning on the same tonight!

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3 Comments »

  1. So sorry she’s sick, there’s almost nothing worse than sick kids! She’s so sweet though. I lover her smile.

    Comment by Liesl Johnson — March 6, 2010 @ 3:52 am

  2. LOVE the pictures! So sorry she is sick!

    Comment by Jolene — March 6, 2010 @ 3:49 pm

  3. Oh, it’s so hard to have a sick baby—I can’t imagine how hard to have a sick newborn. She is so cute though! Love her little shirt. Soak up her soft, snuggly newborn-ness extra for me. Even though I love the stage we’re at, Katie hardly ever cuddles with me and just looking at that picture of Addison made me miss it again! I love your waterbottle story. Consider yourself initiated to motherhood! I remember one time I was so tired I sang the ABC’s to Katie and messed up the words! I probably hadn’t gotten words wrong to the ABC’s in over 20 years! Your family makes it in my prayers every day!

    Comment by Vickie Blanchard — March 7, 2010 @ 2:13 am


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