Saturday, April 28, 2012

Our little doubles!!!

So everytime I feed Troy I feel like I am looking down at Jaxon when he was a baby, they are definitely related!!!!
                                     Troy                                                                            Jaxon

Monday, April 2, 2012

got bumpers?

So the last couple of months every night after we put Jaxon down to sleep, we go into his bedroom and this is what we see every time.....

I have to straighen the bumper pads every, I still need to get bumper pads for Troys crib, but am having second thoughts, I just don't see the point

Sunday, April 1, 2012

The Story....

Where has the time gone?

So I'm excited to say that I am due tomorrow the 2nd April, but little Troy Carter Seibold decided to come a whole 5 weeks early. he was born 27 February 2012 at 7:16 pm.
I was induced with Jaxon, and we had that option this time, but Taylor wanted to feel the anticipation and excitement of the unknown. What a suprise he got.:)

It was the night of th 26th, I woke up at about 4am with cramps and stretching pain in my belly, I didn't think anything of it. I never had braxon hicks with Jaxon so I didnt know what I was feeling, they just felt like really mild period cramps. So the day of the 27th I had a routine doctors visit where I told her that I was having these cramps and my stomach felt like it was pulling . She said that she really only starts those uncomfortable doctors visit around 38 weeks, but because I was having cramps she checked me and told me I was dilated to a 4 and shouldnt be at 35 weeks. So off I went to the hospital for observation.
I called Taylor and told him to meet me at the hospital and did not believe me..... he definitley got his suprise.

I went to the hospital and waited a long hour in the waiting room to be taken to an observation room, where I was put on monitors to check the frequency of these cramps I was having.
I was checked again about 2 hour later and I was at a 6. The nurse asked me if I was ready because my baby was coming today. I was so nervous and so not mentally prepared for 2 kids, I still had a month to go.!!!!

I was dilated to a 6 for about 2 hours when my doctor suggested patossun to speed up labor. I was given my epidural by a newbie who had to poke me twice for numbing and had to stick that horrible sword into my back three times, to find a spot that didnt hurt me.
And through all that discomfort it didnt even work. I was numb on one side and by the time I was dilated to a 9 I could feel everything and the nurse tried to convince me that I was suppose to feel something so I would know when to push, but I guess she didnt know Ive had a child before and I didnt feel a thing.
Well I started feeling the contractions really bad and alot of pressure and all I wanted to do was push, My doctor eventually got there and all of the nurses and the doctor kind of took their time while I was laying in pain, so I just yelled, I am pushing and then everyone kind of hurried to get it going.

I pushed about 5 times, yelling and crying after every push that I just wanted him out and I didint want anymore children, and I wasnt paying for the epidural.
One good thing that came out of the labor part was our darling little boy and the fact that I didnt tear or get a quick recovery was awesome.

Troy was born at 7:16 pm and weighed 6lbs 15 oz.
I got to hold him for a couple of minutes before that rushed him off to the NICU, where he stayed for 2 more weeks before we could take him home. He had a hard time eating by himself so they had to put a tube up his nose to feed him, which was a sad thing to see.

But.... he is now home and eating, and doing so well. We again have been blessed with a mellow baby, he is so peaceful.
I am still adjusting to being a mom of two, but loving every minute of it. I am exhausted as my little Jaxon is toddler who loves to be moving constantly.