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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Just call me "AUNT JESS!!!"

Hello my fabulous followers! =) (This is non-school related post tonight!) So my sister went into labor yesterday morning and had sweet lil Sonorah yesterday evening! That sad news is that she had some trouble breathing on her own, so they have a tube down her mouth and she is on oxygen. Last night she was on 100% oxygen and it was very scary b/c we were not told what was going on. My sister finally got to see her sweet girl after 9:30pm... (4 hours after Sonorah was born!) and started to feel a little better. Good news: She is down to 65% oxygen! They are "weening" her off everything right now.... and we aren't allowed to touch her since she has all those cords and tubes on her. (They don't want to risk stimulating her b/c she might try to tear off all the cords and such) So she has been pretty sedated. I went twice today to see her and I was so excited! The 2nd time I went with her daddy and he was talking to her and she started to open her eyes to look at him. I started to cry like a baby it was so sweet! (He got it on video too!) So I have been at the hospital the past 2 days supporting my sister and keeping her company. (She has not slept for more than a hour, crazy girl! But I understand... I can't sleep knowing that Sonorah is hooked up to all those machines.) I do trust that she is God's hands and will come out of this just fine. We just want to hold her soooo bad! She is so beautiful!

Welcome baby Sonorah to the world!!!! <3

We love you soooo much!!! XOXO
Aunt Jess

3 comments:

  1. I'm sorry to hear that Sonorah has had a rough start to her sweet life. I will keep your family in my thoughts and prayers as you wait for the day you can hold her. Congratulations on being an aunt!! :)

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  2. Sweet Sonorah is in my prayers. Being an aunt is the best! I have two nieces and my first nephew came this past April. I love 'em all!

    Laura
    Kinder Kraziness

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  3. She is absolutely beautiful! I will be praying for her and your family. Trust that God has her wrapped in his love while he is making her strong enough so she can go home and be with her family.
    Barb
    meet me at the zoo...
    kinderzoo

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