A year ago today, actually as I type this post, I was in labor with Logan. Technically I had been in labor for quite some time, inactive labor, but this was the night. I began having contractions, again, and after being checked, it was decided that I needed to move down to labor and delivery because with a bulging bag of waters; delivery was looking like it would be soon. I dreaded going to labor and delivery, the beds were uncomfortable, and I was usually just sent down there for a false alarm, then sent back to my usual room. Not this time. The midwife came to check me, I was 6cm dilated, contracting consistently (although I never felt them), and she said she could break my water to speed the process. We agreed and assumed Logan would be here quickly after breaking the water. Wrong. Six hours of hard, natural labor (I felt the contractions then, trust me!), we welcomed a beautiful baby girl.
To read Logan's full birth story, click on her link in my sidebar!
wife. daughter. sister. going to be a teacher one day, formula feeding, disposable diapering, 100% vaccinating, baby food making, currently a stay at home mom to the best little girl ever.
husband, father, son, grandson, firefighter. He is great because...He changes diapers without complaining, rocks Logan and holds her tight when he puts her to bed, sings silly songs to her, changes his voice to match the character when reading her a book, makes the biggest, cutest mess when feeding her, can make Logan laugh, spends his days off with Logan.
Our Beautiful Logan
Logan is a special little girl who made her arrival into the world about 8 weeks early. She spent 28 days in the NICU. She is a little fighter and we love her to pieces. Read more by clicking on the button above "Logan's Story"