We live in the hospital, and it shows. But someday we'll get to enjoy outdoor fun of all four seasons. It's difficult to stay positive sometimes. And even more trying is maintaining a superhuman level of patience.
Left: The 12 mL syringe is the perfect size for her little hand. She fought sleep so hard, but eventually gave in. When she snoozes, she covers her lips with her hand and makes the cutest sucking sound with the tip of her tongue. It's my absolute favorite.
Right: The ballard suction catheter is the perfect size for her perfect little mouth.
That balloon-looking thing on the left is called a lung... but her favorite toy these days is her stethoscope
She is so lovely in the dress that I knitted for her. These photos have nothing to do with this post, but I couldn't resist.
Sweet sweet Harper, looking longingly at the world outside of Norah's hospital room. This photo sums up how we've all been feeling these days.