but sleeping just feels better when you are smooshed up against the railings
Millie sometimes gets her arms and legs caught in the railings, but she's quick to tell us to fix it.
This girl is going to be a swimmer.
She's discovered her hands!
Millie went to her NICU follow up clinic on Friday, so I finally have some health updates. This visit was about 3 hours and checked her almost completely from head to toe.
Overall, we're just so proud of her. Everyone just kept saying how good she looks, and how she doesn't even look like a preemie (let alone a micro-preemie)! Apple of my eye.
So yes, I'm back at work. I actually didn't even go to this doctors appointment with Millie since it was 3-4 hours long. Buck has stepped in whole-heartedly being Mr. Mom. It's adorable, and I'm so thankful that someone I love so much is taking care of my baby, and he loves her as much as I do. It makes working that much easier.
We're all moved in to our new home. We had a wonderful summer mooching off of everyone else, but it sure feels good to be in our own home. Millie's nursery is finally coming together, and I will post pictures once I have it how I like it. One word of warning...we moved into Wymount so I can't paint anything, and what I can hang is very restricted. I'm looking forward to having our own house next year so I can decorate more freely.
Can you believe Millie has been out of the hospital for 124 days? My, has the time flown. She was still in the hospital longer than she's been home with us (135 days), but we will pass that milestone very soon. Everyday I'm glad I can just walk into her room to look at her. As a matter of fact, I do just that all the time.