Any advice? Especially since we have no clue what it's like having a newborn in the house? Should I be reading all of those parenting books and taking the classes at the hospital? Guess we'll be winging it! If any of our trusty NICU nurses would like to come live with us for the first 9 weeks, we'd easily get through this. It worked for Harps having you all around! Becky, Jennifer, Jeremy, Tiffany, Nicci, Amie, anyone...y'all are welcome to come move in. I promise we'll make it comfortable!
Harps has no idea what's about to hit her. We've been doing lots of "baby time" and she loves her dolls. We've been playing with her babies, putting the babies in her brother's crib, feeding the babies, rocking the babies...not slamming the babies' heads into the floor, not poking the babies in the eye, not dragging the babies around by their feet. Oh, this could get interesting. And this blog might get alot more comical and honest in the next few weeks. So bare with me. I'll be hopping on to update when I can but if I have a minor bad mothering moment or hormonal rant on here, please know it will pass and I'll take all of the support I can get!