Well, after 2+ weeks of craziness, things seem to be settling in a bit more. In the haze I don't think we mentioned it here, but Finley was born with a tight frenulum, which is that piece of skin under your tongue that holds it in place. Basically hers prevented her from being able to stick her tongue out over her gum, which means trouble for nursing. So at 4 days old, we went to an ENT and had it clipped, well, burned actually, hoping to give her tongue a little more freedom. And no, I did not watch the procedure. Justin did and thought it was pretty interesting. I sat in the hallway and tried to keep it together. Side note that I don't want to forget...Justin, Mr. I-Don't-Do-Blood-Or-Anything-Like-It not only watched the frenulum being burned but also cut Finley's cord. I couldn't believe it. So, anyways, because she couldn't nurse well those early days, she lost too much weight, got a mild case of jaundice, and we began our lactation consultant sessions. Linda Donovan at Peaceful Beginnings rocks. We owe her big time. We tried a ton of different things and it has been a crazy two weeks in it all. She has slowly gained weight back and it finally basically back to birth weight, which is a huge praise. So now I pump and we mostly bottle feed, still trying to nurse a few times througout the day hoping that she'll figure it all out eventually. Here she is, her first bath and then hanging out in the bouncy. More updates and pictures soon!