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Old 11-12-2012, 04:57 AM
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Actually she wasn't c-section, they had to use the vaccuum, she does have a little bump and bruise on the side of her head, but her hair makes it less noticeable as does a good photographer. Her face had no marks. I changed her dirty diaper yesterday with my son hanging over me to make sure I knew what I was doing lol. She has been so good and I think they think she will always be My son said, "I don't think she will be a cryer" my husband and I just chuckled. They will be singing a different tune in a week or 2.
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:23 AM
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She is precious! Congrats!
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:49 AM
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Actually she wasn't c-section, they had to use the vaccuum, she does have a little bump and bruise on the side of her head, but her hair makes it less noticeable as does a good photographer. Her face had no marks. I changed her dirty diaper yesterday with my son hanging over me to make sure I knew what I was doing lol. She has been so good and I think they think she will always be My son said, "I don't think she will be a cryer" my husband and I just chuckled. They will be singing a different tune in a week or 2.
Don't you just wonder sometimes about sons? I do. I have a son. He thinks I haven't lived yet. LOL.

Well, I'm surprised. Usually those C-section babies don't get all squished up in the head. lol.

It is hard to tell this early if they're going to cry a lot or not. I had one of each. My daughter was a screamer from the get go. She had tummy issues and cried all the time until she was about 4 or 5 months old. And my son was so easy and never cried...no problems at all. That is, until he turned about 3. Then he was the screamer and my daughter piped down.
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Old 11-12-2012, 02:14 PM
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Congrats! She's so beautiful!
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Old 11-12-2012, 02:15 PM
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Actually she wasn't c-section, they had to use the vaccuum, she does have a little bump and bruise on the side of her head, but her hair makes it less noticeable as does a good photographer. Her face had no marks. I changed her dirty diaper yesterday with my son hanging over me to make sure I knew what I was doing lol. She has been so good and I think they think she will always be My son said, "I don't think she will be a cryer" my husband and I just chuckled. They will be singing a different tune in a week or 2.
LOL who does he think changed his?
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Old 11-12-2012, 02:46 PM
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LOL who does he think changed his?
I know right. I bet my husband told him he did it all. He did a lot but I did a lot more.
He is already complaining about leaving her to go back to work in a few days. I bet his girlfriend is happy he's going back, she calls him the baby hog.
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Old 11-12-2012, 03:00 PM
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I know right. I bet my husband told him he did it all. He did a lot but I did a lot more.
He is already complaining about leaving her to go back to work in a few days. I bet his girlfriend is happy he's going back, she calls him the baby hog.
Its awesome for being a young dad that hes actually WANTING to be a dad <3. You did good with him! I see so many dads my age that want NOTHING to do with their kids unless its fun for them.
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