It's not often that a week goes by without a blog post, but it's been quite an unusual week. Shortly after I posted the news about Hannah's arrival, we received word that Sarah had been taken back into surgery for internal bleeding. The surgery went well, but when we arrived in Evanston on Saturday, we found her in the ICU. On Sunday afternoon she moved back to the Women's Hospital, and spent another three and a half days there. The staff at the Evanston Hospital is first-rate as is the facility itself. Thursday afternoon Sarah and Hannah came home. It's been a surprisingly easy transition for both mama and baby. Needless to say, I haven't been on the computer much, except to post on Facebook and Instagram for two photography projects (both daily 365 projects). I'll be around to catch up with all of you next week some time, and I have a couple projects I hope to post as well.
I'll leave you with a photo of Caleb and Hannah's first meeting. Caleb wore his Superman T-shirt, and brought his new sister a Wonder Woman sticker. He's been wonderful during the time his mama was in the hospital and at home with Hannah as well.
I think my end of the year reflections, and One Little Word posts are likely to be a month late this year. But, in fact, holding a baby and entertaining a five year old takes precedence over almost anything. Hope your year is off to a good start!