….may I introduce to you, my sweet Internet friends, my new daughter, Amelia Grace.

With her daddy…

With her youngest body guard…

And lastly, with her now neurotic and freaking the fuck out mother. Who could probably use some vodka right about now.

We’re home now and doing fantastically, save for the PANIC! that I seem to have coursing through my veins. What, me hormonal? Tomorrow, we’ll call the neurosurgeon (am not planning upon getting used to that phrase) and arrange an appointment to see when she’ll be having surgery to remove the hernia.

While he seemed unconcerned, this wasn’t HIS daughter’s head he was talking about, so you’ll have to excuse me now while I go drool over a bottle of Valium while stroking it lovingly. Thank you all so very much for your kind words and prayers. If anything has helped me, it is that.

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  1. Oh, she is just lovely! And no, I can’t imagine ever getting used to the idea of my daughter’s neurosurgeon, but I’m sure glad they’re there. Enjoy your Valium, your daughter, and any rest you can manage. Congratulations!

  2. What a beautiful baby…glad to see you guys settling in don’t worry too much the Internets are praying and whatnot for a good outcome for sweet Amelia.

  3. Awwww she is so beautiful! Congratulations again. Do your best to get some rest with the help of Valium, vodka, whatever. Thinking of ya and sending you hugs and stuff.

  4. Amelia is absolutely angelic! You are so blessed!

    Your little man is no slouch himself…he looks pretty happy to be holding his baby sister…now, if you could just get him to be that happy about changing diapers….

    Love and Peace,
    Peggy

  5. Oh my god, she is beautiful. And will continue to stay that way, no matter what happens with those stupid medical people. I would love a scratch and sniff right now, so I could smell her baby goodness!

  6. She is so adorable. Congrats again. She seems well worth the wait. I am praying the MRI will all prove to be full of FAT and all will be over before you know it. Home safe and sound. Keep well until then.

  7. She is possibly the most beautiful newborn I have ever seen. Congratulations! and good luck with the medical stuff. I am sure it is just a scare that will get cleared out in a week or two and end up being nothing to worry about.

  8. Awww, baby…makes me want a girl. She looks so sweet and cuddly! I want to send her a present, so please let me know how to get it to you…you can email me through my site 🙂

  9. She is sooooo sweet. It almost makes me want another. Then I remember the diapers, sleepless nights, spit-up and sore nipples… then, not so much.

  10. awww isnt she sweet, I would be flipping out too…. these little girls try and give us heart failure! Hang in there! Beautiful baby

  11. She is so LOVELY! Aww seeing her sweet hands makes me desperate to hold a baby! I’m so glad that she’s doing well, and I’ll be sending good vibes to your whole family and to your surgeon.

  12. oh wow! She is amazing! Congratulations.
    I’ll be thinking of you as you deal with this new curve ball thrown your way. Deep breaths 🙂
    I love the look on your son’s face – so great!

  13. Becky, she is beautiful and I am so sorry that I missed out on the birth story! I wish I could have been one of the ones who helped you through your panic, but now I am going to help by telling you to breathe and try not to worry and enjoy her, cause she is GORGEOUS!!

    Congratulations!!

  14. Becky, she is GORGEOUS. Congrats.

    And I hope that all goes well with the doctors. We are no strangers to babies and medical probelsm, unfortunately. I know how stressful and panic-inducing it is. Hang in there.

    You have a beautiful daughter.

  15. Whoa, Becky, I haven’t read your blog in a few days and I missed all of the excitement. Congrats on Amelia! She is beautiful! I am so sorry that she has a bump on her noggin – but she will be fine, I’m sure. Good luck with everything!

  16. Congratulations! She’s beautiful! I fell a bit behind on my blog reading over the last week, so I missed all the drama-I’m so glad she’s doing well. How scary that must have been for you and your husband! I’m sure it’s still scary, but you know that you have lots of people thinking about you and praying for you, and hopefully that counts for something.

    P.S. For what it’s worth, I was a Wednesday child, and I am not full of woe!

  17. Becky, many congratulations to you and Dave on the birth of your daughter (yes, just tuning in now…). She is absolutely lovely. I will keep her and her pretty little head in my thoughts.

  18. She is adorable and perfect and I am so very sorry that you have to worry about her right now… instead of being able to enjoy every minute of having her around… ((hugs))

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