Liz's hand, trying to calm Kaitlyn, not sure if she is yawning or trying to cry. See her right hand...it's underneath a white blanket, sort of taped down, she constantly grabs her breathing tube and tries to yank it out. Look at all of her hair, it's been getting lighter.
Dad showing off how small Kaitlyn's hat really is
Mom holding the little beanie baby Lizard we got a few days ago, (hospital workers give them to all the preemies)
Now that she's back on my breast milk, here is a picture of her getting 2cc's (her 2nd time of getting milk in 4 days after being so sick this weekend). My breast milk is in the small syringe hanging above Kaitlyn's head. It goes into the feeding tube directly into her stomach. Not the way I imagined "breast feeding" to be. And I'm reminded of this fact every time I have to wake up in the middle of the night to pump