Booted

April 2, 2011 at 5:23 PM | Posted in Baby Romaezi | 3 Comments

Kayvan and I went out to dinner at Benihana last night. It was nice to hang out together outside of the hospital and the house. I encouraged him to get a beer with dinner now that I am technically able to drive so he had two.

It was a bit strange driving for the first time in months but it’s like riding a bicycle. A skill you don’t forget once it has been mastered. (Kayvan would argue that I have yet to master this skill.) It was a bit uncomfortable to sit the way I do in the drivers seat. But it was only a short distance and I got us home safely.

Kayvan informed me that I would be going to get a pedicure Saturday morning. He was kicking me out of the house. So that is exactly what I did today. I picked a very spring color for my toes and have to admit. I still feel like I should have chosen something like gray or dark purple–my norm. I feel so out of season but indeed I’m not. It is spring after all.

We joined a friend who is visiting from out of town for breakfast and are now slowly making our way to the hospital from here. I’m slowly starting to get my life back. I can’t wait for the days that I’m bound to the house because of baby. Until then, I’ll enjoy being able to go out to eat without risking the child screaming in the restaurant.

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  1. I was on the WTE April 2011 Board and was following your story (blog) until February, when I delivered my son at 30w 4d. I just wanted to tell you that you are an amazing woman. I never thought that I would have delivered my son so early, no indication of problems. He came and was in the NICU for just over 5 weeks (even though he could have been moved earlier, they let him stay where we were comfortable until they were running out of rooms). He was moved to our local hospital for the last week before he finally came home! I’m so glad to see that you were able to keep your little guy inside for so long where he could grow so strong. Our son has been home for a week now, what a relief. I know soon you will feel that relief. It’s great when your baby can be just that.. a baby, and no longer a patient. Good luck to you and your family.

  2. Dear Jamie, I’m glad you got to get out of the house for a little bit. 🙂
    Btw – I’ve awarded you the Versatile Blogger award. Do what you want with it. 🙂
    http://newmodernmillie.wordpress.com/2011/04/04/missing-in-action/

  3. so jealous of dinner 🙂


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