My journey dealing with secondary infertility in this crazy fertile world.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Home

Carson is finally home from his stay at Children's Hospital with pnuemonia. It was a very trying time for me. I am experiencing "baby blues" and I am not sure if it is due to the pregnancy or the enormous amount of stress I am under. The night before we picked up our baby from the NICU, my husband was playing with our 2 year old. He tossed him on the bed. He landed wrong and broke his leg. He is in a full cast. So I am dealing with that, the stress of having a newborn, and trying to heal from my c-section. My husband is gone for 13 hours at a time, so I am basically alone. I do feel overwhelmed. Now, my toddler is sick with a bad cold. I am praying so much that the baby doesn't get it because I don't think I can handle anything else right now. Thanks for keeping all of us in your prayers! You all continue to be in mine although I haven't had time to write or comment much lately. xoxo

5 comments:

Fertilized said...

This combination is way overwhelming. Thinking of you

The Baker's said...

Oh Hun, I am so sorry,all that sounds very overwhelming. Keeping you in my prayers. I am glad that Carson is home.

Elaine said...

Welcome home! I'm so sorry you have been under a huge amount of stress lately. I can't imagine adjusting and caring for a newborn on top of your other child being virtually immobile... That stinks! I hope both are feeling better, and that MOM is taking good care of herself. Been thinking of you often and I am glad you updated!

Searching said...

I am so thankful your son is out of the NICU and home! It's not a fun thing at all. I'll keep the health of your whole family in my prayers. Make sure you do what you can to rest and heal yourself. Last thing you need is for your incision to pop open and get infected!!! Poor cuties, hope they get to feeling better!

Katie said...

Oh my goodness. This post is old, but I am hoping with all of my heart that things are going easier.

I won't stop blogging, by the way, I just might have to switch things up a bit.