I was enjoying what I thought was an impromptu weekend get-a-way with Nana and Papa when I was informed it was time to go to the hospital and meet my brother. Of course this was no surprise to me. For the past few months I have been indoctrinated each night with books emphasizing the importance of being a "good big sister". Needless to say, I got the gist of these books about halfway through the first one. My favorite was the Berenstain Bears version. Basically, the older bear sibling gets a new bed because he has outgrown it and his old bed is reserved for the new baby. This new bed comes about from the father going into the woods, chopping down a tree and building a bed from the fallen wood. This could not be more dissimilar from our situation. If my new brother is waiting on our dad
to do this, he may as well find a comfortable spot on the floor for the next 18 years.
|Putting babies on top of play carts full of toys is an excellent idea.|
Well, we can (and will) clown dad in the future. Here is the pertinent info of my little bro:
Name: Guy Thomas Proctor
Height: 19.75 Inches
Weight: 8 lbs 9 oz
Time born: 2:41 AM September 12, 2015
Mood: Jacked (as you can see dad still has some say in the content of his blog)
|I hope he does not think he gets mom and I am stuck with dad.|
Word around Baptist East is that mom was a champ again. She stuck to her plan for a natural birth. Shout out to her awesome doula Angela and (to a lesser extent) dad for helping her along. Although, apparently Guy did not put up nearly as long of fight as I did. That being said, mom and brother are both healthy and doing well. Dad will not stop talking about what time the cafeteria opens.
|He gets to suck his thumb all he wants, but if I ask for a pacifier at the wrong time all heck breaks loose.|
This is going to be a fun time in our house. My brother seems pretty cool. I am considering waking up at night every time he does so that we all get to hang out together. Plus, I cannot wait to teach him the "wake up and cry right at kickoff" trick that I patented.