We are still hanging in there. DD2 is 2.5 months now and is still a tiny little peanut. We've had weight loss issues due to all her vomiting, along with dehydration, but that seems to be doing better. We haven't had to go into the hospital for an IV this year, and when she went into the pedi last week, she weighed a whopping 8lbs 12ozs, which is great for how sick she was just the week before. She smiles all the time, I've gotten some gummy pics of her, there is one in my siggy. She loves DD1, DD1 can always make her smile. She is just starting to grow out of most of her 0-3 month clothes, thank goodness for bulky cloth diapers.
I have had so much computer time, all I do is sit on the couch and nurse her, she eats constantly. I'm ok with that, it's what she needs. I've had to make other arrangements for DD1 since I literally can't do anything at all. So she is enrolled in a Waldolf pre-school for a couple months, not really what I wanted since we are a home school family, but it had to be done.
DD2 is on O2, has been since beginning of Dec, she probably will remain on it till spring. We are doing everything we can to try and keep her from getting any other illnesses, a little cold could land her back in the hospital. DD2 seems like she is getting annoyed with her O2 tubing now, I catch her with it in her hands.
She still sleeps a lot, she rarely stays awake longer then an hour. We don't go out at all, only to the doc office, but when we do, she hates her car seat. I seem only to reproduce car seat hating children.
I'm hoping that next month, I can start to go grocery shopping and etc... again, with DH's help I'm sure. It really will be nice to get out of the house.
I don't have the issue of trying to get anything done with a baby that wants to be held, cause I don't do anything.
I feel so bad for DD2, she sleeps a lot but it isn't peaceful sleep (she coughs and it wakes her up) so when she is out, I don't want to wake her up, so I hold her for about 23 hours and 30 minutes a day.
Gives me time to enjoy my little one, they grow up so fast.
I'm in awe that my first baby is 4 years old already.