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March 24, 2004

A Week with Molly

asking_for_milk_small.jpgIt's hard to believe we've had Molly home for a week. She already has us calling grandmothers for this and pediatricians for that, but the mystery that is baby has been easy so far: feed, burp, clean.

She's getting her cry now, kind of a high-pitched, short sigh that sounds cute. But I suspect it'll grow quickly into a full-throated bawl. I'm bracing myself.

Denise is faithfully feeding every three hours, although I have caught her hitting the snooze button a couple of times for the 3 a.m. feeding. :)

New pics

Posted by tat at March 24, 2004 08:10 PM

Hey cuz,

I'm glad to see that little Molly is home and doing so well. She looks really great! As you will soon learn in your neonatal academia, the baby classroom doesn't offer recess and class is ALWAYS in session, but you have no control over the curriculum at this point. Hang in there!

Posted by: Randy Hawkins at March 30, 2004 09:47 AM