Perry Moffitt

March 31, 2010

March 29, 2010- D’Arcy arrives

Filed under: The sweet baby — perrymoffitt @ 9:28 pm

We named her after my grandmother.

D’Arcy seems to be an angel baby so far.

Nursing like a champ.

Patient.

Calm.

And chirping like a little bird while she narrates her dreams for us.

She was in no rush to get out and join us. She was 8 days late and not moving from transverse (laying horizontally in the womb instead of head up or down). I never had a chance to go into labor, which I am not really sad about. Doc said I may as well get the c-section because they don’t give awards to martyrs. But she is here now and perfect in every way.

And her father. My husband and saving grace. Exhausted and unshaven he is still able to sooth her and burp her in record time and has taken on the tasks of caring for her and aiding my recovery with a speed that has taken me by surprise. I am so extremely thankful for both of them.

so thankful for my family.

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2 Comments »

  1. I’m SO glad to hear that things are going well! We found out today that we are having a girl, too (YAY!), so save some of those cute clothes for hand-me-downs, will ya?

    Comment by Elizabeth @ Life in Pencil — April 7, 2010 @ 7:41 pm | Reply

  2. I just found your blog and have been enjoying reading through and seeing all your beautiful quilts! When I saw this post about your daughter, I had to comment. I have a baby girl too born on the same day! I enjoy quilting and blog too. 🙂

    Comment by Amy — February 17, 2012 @ 11:13 pm | Reply


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