Suffice it to say, the past week was a blur of drama, hospital visits, child care providing, and manual labor. I was very glad to be there to help out my family at at time when help was desperately needed. I was less glad to have the relaxation portion of my vacation go up in a puff of smoke, but such is life. And it seems to be a more than fair trade--after the worst, scariest pregnancy ever--to have a healthy baby at home.
I am finally back in San Francisco, and I definitely need a vacation from my vacation. Alas, that's not going to happen. The reality is that I'm trying to catch up on two weeks of missed work and two weeks of missed sleep. There is so much catching up to do on the blog, but it'll have to happen one post at a time.
Thanks for reading and sharing this happy news with me! :-)
Added bonus: Here's some video from his birth day with a surprising amount of action. It features my sister, Nancy, and Jonah with their friend Neal off screen.