I am working on getting over a migraine so this will be semi-short and sweet.
I am more comfortable in my surroundings and starting to make friends with the nurses who have been around for more than one shift. I've discovered they like holding babies... And since Adriah is free to roam, she has become the little helper at the nurse's desk. They all love her.
When the children visited today, my mom treated us to a special treat from the South Bend Chocolate Company (they have a shop in the hospital lobby. This is South Bend, after all ). THe nice lady who was working gave each of the kids an extra little baggy of chocolate covered blueberries and cranberries. Ahh, the little things in life that can cheer us up. :)
Another cheery event: rhythmic gymnastics in the olympics today! Had to call my sister and tell her...because that is truly something you don't get to see very often. It was much more fun to watch than the 2 hour swimming race. I dont know who would ever want to swim for two hours straight.
I thought it was funny that the Brazilian women's sand volleyball team had the word BRA on the from of their team "uniforms." Thanks, ladies, for labeling your attire, I couldn't remember what that thing was called.
Tonight my plan is to let the nurse give Adriah her night feeding and this mama is going to get a full night sleep!!! (so nobody better call me in th middle of the night!). Three cheers for me. I can't wait.
Tomorrow is our last full day in the hospital!