Thursday, May 22, 2008

Life as a glow-worm


It was a quiet day yesterday as Fionn pretty much slept under the light all day. He is stil eating well, he is pooping pretty well too, so hopefully the light were just a precaution. He only moved the shades off his little eyes once or twice, i was surprised. There were a few times he got squirmy but as long as i was right next to his isolette where i could talke to him he did great. It's 6am now, and i just finished pumping some more food for him, and i better hop in the shower otherwise i'll never make it back for his 7:30am feeding


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Anonymous said...

HAHA. MY COWORKER JUST CAME IN AND SAW ME ON YOUR SITE AGAIN AND SAID I WAS OBSESSED. LOL. I JUST GOTTA STAY CONNECTED. THE LIGHT IS NO BIG DEAL. I PUT A NEW BABY UNDER ONE EVRYDAY FOR BILIRUBIN. HIS LEVELS CANT BE TOO HIGH AT ALL OR THEY WOULDA LIT HIM UP SOONER, I BET YOU WILL HAVE HIM ON 3 DAYS AT THE ABSOLUTE TOPS!!! KEEP ME POSTED. KISSES. MICHELLE

Nicole said...

Both of our kids were in the "faker baker" as we liked to call it - getting a tan! Chase didn't seem to mind it as much as Morgan did. Morgan was so "wirey" (if that's even a word) and would constantly be trying to pull off her little shades, so we resorted to putting her little socks on her hands like mittens and it helped some. With our son, he was only allowed to be out from it for only an hour at a time and that ended up only being like three times a day if that, so that was the only time throughout the whole day that we got to hold him. It was so hard on us, but we just wanted him to get better so he could come home with us. Eventually Fionn will too, but hopefully it will be much sooner than later. :o) Keeping you guys in my prayers!

Love, Nicole