Ah Phooey

March 30, 2011 at 2:51 PM | Posted in Baby Romaezi | 3 Comments

I spoke too soon…or maybe with a little too much hope. Kamran had a Brady while eating again this morning. He has to go 3 days without difficulty feeding before he can come home…so that means at least another 3 days. I wish the doctor never even mentioned the possibility of him coming home this week. I don’t need the upset. But we will deal with it.

Our CPR class and meeting went well yesterday. It felt like we were at the hospital forever yesterday and have hardly seen the boy.

We need to figure out a new schedule I suppose. I can drive now and Kam is staying at the hospital so Kayvan went back to work today. I’m guessing we will start visiting in the evening?

Kamran is due for his circumcision today too…poor guy.

Can someone please press fast forward until he is home?

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  1. Hunny, I wish I had a fast forward button! I would have pushed it for you 90 some days ago! Fingers and toes are going to be crossed for the next three days! xoxo

  2. I am a fellow April 2011 mama, and I have been following your story. I just wanted to say, hang in there. My last baby was a 37 weeker and still went to NICU. Her main cause of stay was apnea spells causing brady, and it was soooo frustrating. Our hospital required 5 days everytime she had a brady spell, so it was devastating to sail to day 4 and then her have one. I understand completely the agony of leaving them there and going home to an empty house. But, just remember, if he is having brady spells its better to be there and monitored than home where you might not know if he needs stimulation. The great news is that once they’re over them, they’re gone forever! Crossing fingers his car seat test goes well…our daughter slept like a champ through hers. Hang in there and know there are a lot of fellow mama’s praying for your family.

  3. I went into labor on the 17th, at 36 weeks. Had an emergency c-section. Fortunately my baby girl was totally fine, no NICU required.

    My question for you is, how are YOU doing? In all your blogs you never once mentioned how you were recovering from your c-section. I know I was miserable… today is 2 weeks for me and baby, and I’m just now getting to the point I can function somewhat normally! For you to cope with all that you’ve had to, PLUS recovering from the surgery… wow. You’re one tough cookie!

    I hope you get to take your baby home soon!!!

    Melissa


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