First of all, I’d like to apologize for the lack of updates since my wife gave birth to our little angel – Reese Miakka. Things have been crazy the past few weeks! Needless to say, a lot of things have changed.
My baby is now a little over than 6 weeks old. A lot of things have happened to her, both good and bad. Fortunately, the bad things are apparently normal. But as a dad, they’re still reasons to be concerned.
For the past couple of weeks, our baby is suffering from rashes! The good thing is, she doesn’t seem to be affected by them. She has them all over her face but she’s not showing any signs of discomfort. According to the pedia, rashes are normal. They’re starting to disappear so that’s a good thing!
Yesterday, she also suffered from colds. I know a lot of babies who suffered from colds during this time as well. It sure didn’t help that the weather is unpredictable. Fortunately, my baby’s nose is not that clogged. I think she’s okay now. She slept like a baby (duh!) last night.
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I didn’t tell my friends about this, but Reese was hospitalized a week after her birth. 🙁 Exactly a week after her birth, we took her to the hospital for her first check-up with her pedia. We went there with no reason to be concerned because everything seemed to be okay. Imagine my surprise when … Continue reading
After spending 4 days in the hospital,we’re finally home. Actually, Reese has been given the green light to go home as early as yesterday. She’s that healthy so thank God! Come to think of it, she has shown signs of great health. In the nursery, she was the only one without a drop light because … Continue reading
After 39 weeks of waiting, we can now all welcome my daughter – Reese Miakka Dansal Recinto! As mentioned in my earlier post, my wife’s scheduled for a CS operation on September 16 which is today. It was scheduled at 8:30 in the morning so we were supposed to have my wife admitted yesterday so … Continue reading
Well, D-Day is almost here! My wife’s CS operation was moved a few days earlier. Instead of Sept. 18, it was moved to Sept. 16. You know what that means! It’s two days from now! Yes, two! One more than one and one less than three! Simply put, it’s almost time! Come to think of … Continue reading