When she was born by C-section (after hours of pushing, mind you), I was so out of it in the Operating Room. She wasn't breathing well, and was whisked off to have her lungs cleared first. Before they took her to the NICU, they held her up to my head so I could meet my daughter for the first time.
This blog will be to document what I learn along the way about parenting, Down Syndrome/Trisomy 21, G-tube feeding, toting oxygen tanks, faith, and the adventure of being Evie's mommy. I am 7 weeks into being Evie's mommy, and I am so in love with her! I already know she is extraordinary, because she has been a blessing to people even before she was born. I am looking forward to learning all the ways that she is extraordinary, and also a typical little girl.