I am glad to hear that everything is going great and that she is growing. We are doing good. JT is growing so quickly. It is exciting to see him reach different milestones. Like when he started to hold his on head up, his first real smile when he is playing with me. Even to see him bouncing in his bouncer by himself. It is all just great a true blessing. Just hit me up every now and then to let me know how you guys are doing.
Wow that is an amazing l and d especially since this is your first! You are very lucky. I got cut from head to toe I pushed for 2.5 hrs and labored for 16 hrs. He was 9 lbs and 3 ozs. His head was so big that is why they cut me I have a 4 th degree tear meaning I'm stitiched all the way from my v into my rectum! OUCH!!!! Seriously not fun! My lil man is all worth the pain he is just too cute for words! I'm glad you are so happy and enjoying mommyhood it's a blast!
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