The only person more excited to be home than Malia, is Lady Hiva. She was ready to sleep without a nurse or a doctor coming in to wake her every ten minutes. She too has been tremendous in recover from her surgery. I guess Malia can claim she takes strength from her mum's example.
Throughout the week Lucky Dragon stayed with Madre (or Pluba as he calls her) and the two of them would come see us as often as they could. Bringing food and joy when they came. He has been so excited to be with his 'baby Malia.' We played with farm animals that Aunt Vyonne brought for him and we played with Legos that Aunty Jan and Pluba brought. That brought hours of entertainment in an otherwise limited room.
|We all guessed weights and length of Malia before she came. I guessed the weight right on! And Lady Hiva was the closest with the length.|
|Little Koala Bear|
We have had our Little Koala Bear home for a few days and she has been loved by aunts, uncles, friends and grandparents. It has been fun for Lucky Dragon too because the cousins that come to visit with their parents.
I am not sure what will happen in the next few weeks when he does not have all the other people to distract him and he realizes that Malia is here to stay and not just a fun toy that comes and goes.
So we are back into the realm of two hour feedings, hourly pooping and peeing etc. Actually, she has caught me off guard a few times when I was changing her diaper and she peed all over! I thought it was only boys that do that...I guess I was wrong! haha
We continue to be thankful for this little one. And although we worry constantly about how she is eating, looking, gaining weight and how she is doing--with all of our history we may over worry. But thankfully nothing has merited these worries.
So Welcome Home, Malia!