Here are the purple shades that the nice nurses put on me to protect me from a bright light over my incubator. The bright light was called phototherapy. I had a bit of jaundice when I was born; my bilirubin levels
were high. The light helped me metabolize the bilirubin so I could poop it out.
Look at this beautiful white baptism dress I am wearing! My grandma Tina made it for me, along with the matching pretty hat. Tonight (10/3) I was baptized by Father Terry from mommy and daddy’s church. Father Terry rubbed some holy (and sterile) water on my tiny head and blessed me.
Do you really understand how tiny I was in early October? Here’s my mommy’s hand next to my head to help you appreciate my tinyness.
Here is a good picture of the “snuggly” that the nurses made for me. It’s a little bed that felt nice to me since it provided a feeling of snugness for me. I slept really well in my snuggly.