We headed to the hospital Feb. 4, 2014, in a snow storm.
Huge fat flakes were falling from the sky, and we were driving nice and slow down Coulter to BSA hospital. I love snow, particularly I love snow days. Driving wasn’t too bad a little slick, but at 5 am there wasn’t any traffic.
The snow quit after we got there, and through the day the snow cleared off. This morning I carried down our bags to the car and it was still mostly clear. A few small powder flakes were coming down. By the time we got down with Lucy, snow was already covering the ground.
On top of that 7 degrees and a nice wind made it one chilly day. But we got home off just fine.
It really was another good day with Lucy. She’s settling in at home, and big sister, Jane, sat down next to Courtney holding Lucy and handed Lucy her Ollie (her lovey toy). It was the sweetest thing I’ve seen in a long time.
Lucy managed to be born right between two snow storms, and we got to the hospital and back ok. Lucy is sweet and quiet for now. She hasn’t figured out her days and nights yet, and Jane seems happy with the addition to the family. What an exciting time! It’s incredible to get to watch two little human beings grow!