She got a new friend in her isolette today - Shamu. Her cousins, Nathan and Matthew, picked it out for her on a family trip to San Diego earlier in the year. So, Shamu went thru the delicate cycle last night and joined Angel Bear in her isolette.
|Thanks, Nathan & Matthew!!|
|My cranky face!|
|Wide awake after spending almost two whole days by myself in my isolette!|
|After a short while, fighting to stay awake - soooo curious!|
|And out cold!!|
|Best time of the day!|
We're always so overwhelmed when we arrive home. Today was no exception. We are keeping the post office in business these days. A huge thanks to everyone who sent cards, flowers, packages and gifts for Miss Georgia. The kindness and generosity of our family and friends is just amazing.
|A typical night arriving home to packages, flowers, cards, etc.|
A special thank you to Lorraine who knitted the most beautiful tiny hats for Georgia. We're having trouble finding hats that fit our little peanut's head since she is so small. Even the preemie hats drown her. We can't wait to try these tomorrow! They are perfect.
So the reason for the blog title - Holy Moly, Miss Georgia - would be her behavior late this evening. Nick and I were so excited because we finished her evening diaper change, temperature, etc. fairly early this evening. We thought we might actually get to leave the hospital before 9:00pm. Well, Georgia had other plans. She threw a complete and utter hissy fit from 8:45pm-9:40pm. She HATES the mask she is forced to wear under the bili lights. We would get her nice and comfy and then she would flip out again because she would push off her mask and we would try to fix it. Needless to say, we didn't walk out of the hospital until close to 10pm. Oh boy, Georgia!
Some videos from today...