Thursday, June 12, 2008

Introducing Rowan

Well, as some of you alreday know I finally had the baby. Rowan Gail Johnson was born Thursday June 5th, 2008 (right on my due date, talk about a punctual little one) weighing 5lbs 3oz. Yes...a tiny little thing! She's now a week old and doing great.

She was delivered via emergency c-section because apparently she did not like oxytocin, it was dropping her heartrate but in the end everything was perfect with her, we were able to go home on Sunday. :-)


We're just getting into the swing of things in our household with having a new baby. Paisley's adjusting...she's been a bit difiant as well though. As much as she loves her new little sister, I think she's feeling a little left out sometimes so we're trying to include her in everything. On Monday, she decided to call 911 10 time consecutively. I got a nice call back from the dispatcher. OMG, I was so mad and yesterday outside she threw a big fit and started hitting me. It's a slow go, but I'm sure everything will balance out eventually.
Ofcourse I have to put the going home outfit up on here too!




So all well and I'm on the road to recovery. I will post again really soon!
And hey...I have ankles again!!
Ewee, my narsty sandal tan. LOL

So, I'll leave you with some much cuter feet instead......










4 comments:

Knit & Purl Mama said...

That was nice of her to call 911! What did she tell them? Or she just hung up on them?

She's such a cutie - Congrats again!

Rhonda said...

Love the goin home outfit. Love my girls too!!!

Samantha said...

Congratulations! She's a doll! Lily was 5lbs 5oz when she was born and it took awhile to get used to how to handle her ... tinsy tiny!

Paisley has a case of the Little Green Monster. It sounds as though she is looking for attention in any way shape or form she can get it. She'll get over it. Once the family adjusts and gets back into a groove all will be well once again in the world. :)

Alisha said...

Congrats! What a sweetie!

I agree that Paisley will get over this phase. It is hard for her I am sure.

Take care and get lots of rest.