There he is - my very own little dude. After having known since the 20 week mark that we were having a boy it has been fantastic to finally meet him. I wont go into the gory details of the actual birth ( although i probably will at some point - its a tale every mother wants to tell ) but suffice to say after only 6 hrs from first contraction til the big arrival i was happy to see a perfectly formed little person turn up. If you cant tell from the photo Flynn has his daddys nose and my hair ( check out the hair - isnt he spunky?! ) and he weighed in at 6lbs and 9 ounces he's on the smaller side of average ( which tends to happen when you arrive 2 weeks earlier than expected ).
So far, all is going relatively well - he's had a little trouble getting the hang of the whole feeding thing and he has this funny little sqeaky noise coming from the back of his throat when he's sleeping deeply - which alternately super cute and super scary because it sounds like he's struggling for breath - but other than that both he and I - the mumma! - are doing just fine.
So there you be. I'll leave it relatively short and sweet for now. I just thought i would take advantage of the fact that Mr Gil was kind, and smart, enough to bring me my lap top to amuse me during this 3rd day in hospital and fill you loyal reader type people in on my absence. Hoping you all had a very Merry Christmas and wishing you all the best for your New Years celebrations ( i predict mine will be spent in front of the tv, watching fireworks from downtown Sydney whilst i breastfeed)......
Man, some people will do ANYTHING to not finish a blogging project . . .like giving birth!!! Pah!ReplyDelete
In all seriousness, congratulations on the new addition to your family, Amy! He's absolutely ADORABLE!
Think I'm coming over all broody now...
Awww....Congrats! He's adorable!ReplyDelete
That squeaky noise freaked me out with all three of my kids, but it's normal. It's just a reflex they have. My kids would make the noise, which startled them and made them put their arms up in the air, where they remained for about 30 minutes. Nothing like a sleeping baby with its arms in the air.
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