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Thayer in a surgical outfit, standing beside a table full of instruments, and a big bright light! Because things were happening so rapidly, the staff hadn't got a good read on the baby's vital signs, so they seemed to be quite careful and were getting prepared for everything.
This included keeping the fetal monitors on, despite Andrea's pleas to the contrary. Moreover, they did not want Andrea to push until they had everything ready.
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Of course Andrea could not accept this piece of advice, but she managed! Everything was happening so fast, there was no time to choose birthing positions, and it was tough for Andrea to get in a rhythm with her breathing.
She was breathing too rapidly and started to hyper ventilate. She announced she was getting dizzy and was going to faint she used to faint quite easilyI announced this to the doctors and nurses who paid us no mind, then Andrea seemed to me to faint, which caused me great consternation, but the nurses and doctors never seemed to notice.
Andrea emerged from her fainting which wasn't a fainting at all, just a pause for energy and Dr. Thayer calmly described to Andrea how he wanted her to breathe. The one nurse told Andrea to just listen to her body; Dr. Thayer concurred, saying, "yes, listen to your body, unless of course it tells you to breathe rapidly!
The video terminals in each room showed the baby's heart rate and mother's contractions for every mother-to-be in a labor and delivery room. I thought that was kind of cool.
Kind of like going to the races. When I saw how minuscule Andrea's contractions looked compared to the others I thought we had a long time to go. Fortunately, the strength of contractions on the monitor had little if anything to do with the strength of the contractions in reality!
The woman with the horse-race-winning contractions ended up being sent home early, and Andrea was in transition! In the end it probably took contractions for Andrea to push the baby out. During the final stages Dr. Thayer said, that Andrea would feel an intense feeling as if her skin were tearing, but that she should not worry about it, it was just the skin stretching. Well, Andrea nodded yes, and then on the next push she screamed that it was burning.
Baby's head finally made it out after a few good pushes, and that was weird to see. Saskia with her head dangling out of Andrea's body! Just before this time Andrea remembers looking down, and she could see the very tip of the head. It looked to her the size of a tennis ball which made her immediately think: Oh great, all this work for a baby with no head! After the head came out, baby got a bit stuck, causing Dr.
Thayer to ask Andrea to push again. This confused Andrea, because she remembered from the videos that the babies all seemed to flop right out after the head was through. Now that Andrea had been informed that the baby did indeed have a head, and it was out, she wondered what could be left to push - another head?
It turns out that Saskia had her arm folded and her elbow wedged in Andrea's birth canal, leveraged against any further pushing. It was as if she was having second thoughts, or didn't want Andrea to get off too easy! But she didn't have too much energy, and finally relented to being pushed into this world.
Immediately after her birth, Saskia was put on Andrea's stomach and breast, I cut the cord and Mom and Daughter got to know each other while Dad looked on and Dr.
Thayer waited for the placenta and took care to make sure that Andrea was doing all right. Saskia was left in peace with her mom for at least an hour before the nurses weighed her grams, 6 lbs 4 oz measured her 21 inches, 53 cm and did a variety of other experiments and data collection exercises blood sugar measurements, vitamin K, eye drops, etc. It was not until this time, that the nurses got around to admitting us to the hospital.
As for the gender I saw immediately that Saskia was a girl, something I never doubted publically anyway. Besides why would a boy announce, to Andrea in a dream, that he wanted to be called Saskia? We can't remember exactly how Andrea came to first learn of the child's gender she heard me and one other person announce the gender, but can't remember who she heard first.
It was kind of funny, because everyone who had a strong opinion about the gender thought that Andrea would have a girl, everyone from Saskia's very wise father to the Italian waitress at the seafood restaurant in California, to Nili Feingold who cooked us a great dinner 6 days before the birth, to the nurses who inadvertently referred to Saskia as a she throughout the labor and delivery.
Even Isabelle, Saskia's first and best friend must have known that Saskia would be a girl - babies know these sorts of things. All in all it was a wonderful birth. A great and positive experience.
As Andrea says it now from her bed with Saskia - imitating her buddy Isabelle imitating the pope - asleep at her side: My Moon's Gone 'round Once! I'm four weeks and two days old. Lately I've taken to banging my head on my mama's breast. I like doing it back and forth first, kind of like a head-banger in a "Punk" band, then side to side.
It's kind of cool to make the milk spray. My folks think I'm retarded, but what do they know.
Oh in case you are wondering, I took over my dad's feeble brain in order to write this. The first four weeks haven't been too bad. My parents seem to be quick learners, although I swear my dad is getting worse at changing my diapers - not better. So far I've been out to eat lots. I particularly like going to the Trident in the sling that Erik and Brad got me. I think I've been there three or four times.
Everyone ooohs and aaaahs, as if they haven't seen a baby in a sling before. Well maybe they haven't. Today I climbed Mt. My first time was with my mama two weeks ago. She seems to be recovering fast. After the climb today I had a world record poop.
My parents didn't seem to believe that I could hold that much in me. It was great, it went everywhere. They were amazed, especially my dad. He's weird like that. But hey, after that one that went shooting off the changing table three feet and on to the floor, no one should be surprised. My aunt Zara was here to witness that one. I hardly have to suck. In the beginning it was tough though. Here I was with this new and tiny belly, and my mama kept confusing me with a breast pump.
She would wake me up three times a night, change me, burp me, do whatever she could just to make me eat. I think I spent the first two weeks completely bloated. If dad hadn't got mama that breast pump I probably would have burst! But now things have finally settled down into a regular schedule.
I eat some, then sleep some. In between I absorb some stimuli, and through out I exercise my bowels. It has been a busy four weeks though.
Hard to believe that the moon has already completed its orbit around the earth. The grandparents were out, an aunt, a great aunt, and Indiana Oma Uroma even. Lots of people have come over for dinner, and even more have brought us dinner over. You should have seen the confluence of soup just after I got home.
Graham and Nili brought this great huge bowl of fantastic pea soup, Anna and Bruce brought great curry like concoction, and Ligia brought a vegetable soup with gobs of different types of pasta all on the same day!
Second to soup was the Lasagne offering. I think my parents were pretty appreciative of it all though.
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Mama was tired and they both seemed to be captivated by my charm, so not having to worry about preparing dinner probably helped keep them from starving those first few days. Not to mention the fact that they seemed to love the food!
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Throughout the pregnancy I was kind of worried about how dad would manage without sleep. He gave it a good try sleeping with me and mamabut he's a man so we can't really blame him for not being able to hack it. So he moved into the guest room where he gets plenty of sleep. He's gonna owe mama one for a long long time even though he's been known to help out now and then on particularly rough nights.
Me and mama got it pretty good though. We can just lay side by side, and I get all the food I want. Dad calls it docking, probably 'cause mama wraps me up so tight that I look like a cross between an Egyptian mummy and a space ship.
Really he's probably jealous. Especially now that we got this great Poo-bear night light which illuminates all of our maneuvers. I've got this bad case of acne, but other than that people seem to think I am cute. If so I don't really know where I get it from. My folks seem to be particularly fascinated by the faces I make for them when I wake up. They like it when I scrunch my lips and face and make lethargic sucking motions.
If I slowly stretch my arms and legs that drives them over the edge. They seem pretty easy to please. I've done my best to return the favor. One thing that I'm still trying to get used to is getting changed. Laying naked on the changing table, with all that space, and the neighborhood in full sight kind of freaks me.
I try my best to keep calm, but sometimes it is just too much. But my parents seem to be figuring it out. By stopping crying immediately after the source of my discomfort is removed I hope that they can figure out what's bugging me and cut it out. For walkies that's what I call people who stand upright they seem to have pretty good deductive skills, unfortunately their induction still sucks!
One thing that has made this world a bit easier to enter is all the generosity that comes pouring out of people. My father has this theory, but I'll spare you. Suffice to say that my life would have been miserable had it been up to my mama and dad to buy all the things I need.
My mama's math department colleagues had a baby shower for us, and it is amazing all the things we got. That on top of the shower that Marilyn and Shelby threw for us.
And then, when the relatives were here, I got this new crib, and lots of stuffed things, and tones of clothes thank god that most are natural fabric and not too girly. They took my mama and dad out to eat every night, and I got to ride in a car.
That was one of my favorite things - my folks just don't get it. Like I mentioned above, Zara and I get along real well. I have yet to meet a nicer aunt! Although I really look forward to meeting Aunt Astrid this summer. My Oma and Opa still seem kind of young, but that will change.
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My dad said that Opa did pretty good in keeping up on the ski slope. I can't wait to go skiing. They went to Breckenridge with Zara. The rest of us did town things. Really, it turned out nice meeting them all so soon. I can't wait till I can wear overalls like Aunt Stevie's. My Opa is nice; he seemed to have tones of patience I'll have to remind Dad about that. I remember driving around town with everyone yelling different directions to him, most at the last second.
He never once got frazzled. My Uroma seems to see about as well as me, so we had that in common. Her skin is sooo soft too. Just like mine will be once I get rid of this damn acne. My dad seems to be particularly fond of his Oma, he kept licking her. My Oma is cool too. I liked falling asleep on her shoulder, but once just before they were about to leave I puked. I hope she doesn't take it personally, I tried to shoot most of it on the floor.
She's due to give birth to my cousin in this cycle of the moon. I hope my cousin is good to her. I can't wait to meet Cousin Bah. I think Mama is excited too. Not too many days pass before she picks up the phone, dials a gazillion numbers and says: She's big these days. I think mama enjoys being first at something for once. Dicke was always first at things. Sometimes Mama tells me that I will be the oldest.
It is funny, of the four grandchildren of Old Irmchen, all will have had grandchildren by the end of this year, where as at the end of last year only Ralf showed signs of reproductive prowess. So at the end of this year their will be 5 great grandchildren. I will be the only Brose though. My dad took the first week off from work, and some days off during the second week. Now he's trying to get in Monday through Friday. He seems to be managing OK, even if he gets a late start most days.
At night he manages to work after me and mama go to sleep. Although pretty often mama goes to bed too early for me, and dad and I will stay up to talk about God and the world. Dad does most of the talking. During the days I try to keep mama busy for most of the morning, but during the afternoon I give her some peace, or we go on an adventure, or even have visitors. Let me see, we once went up Mt.
Sanitas, another time we went for a walk up the Canyon with my buddy Isabelle and Vivian that was the time Mama forgot to bring me enough stuff to change into I showed herand one day Noah and Diana came over. Noah is the same age as Isabelle. When we went to the mall, I got to ride on the hop. It was almost as good as a car. Pretty often mama sings to me.
Despite what dad says, she has a great voice actually dad likes it too. She sings me German children songs about monkeys and coconuts kokosnussand reads me cool stories from this bed time book I got from my cousins Pauline and Jenny. They're German, so it is good that mama is speaking German to me. It keeps me in good shape for when I get to visit them this summer.
Well I was already to let this stop here, but mama wants me to tell you how I'm doing coping with this infantile body they gave me. Hmmmm let me think. Today I turned my head from side to side for dad, although I've been holding my head up pretty good for days now. That impressed the relatives, but then they're easily impressed.
Last Wednesday I gave mama and dad my first smile that wasn't induced by gas, or angel whispers Darn, some days this body gives me lots of gas - I wonder where I get that from?! As for my angels. My dad told me all about them. Actually, I knew about them before I came down here. They kind of sent me off and they gave me lots of gifts to share with all the walkies. What gifts you ask? Well, that will have to wait for another story.
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