This page is all about Truman, born Aug. 8, 2006 to Kara and Ben.
This is the story of the growing up of our son, Truman, who was born August 8, 2006 at 23 weeks, at 1 lb, 4 ounces and 11 5/8 inches long.
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posted by Kara @ 12:21 PM
YAY for Truman smiling - I'm sure it is just the most beautiful thing in the world!About the bottle issues - I'm sure you have already experimented with different nipples which can make a big difference for the little ones. You can also try using a faster flow nipple since he seems to like breastfeeding when you are at your fullest and the flow is the fastest. I found that when Alena stopped taking a bottle all of a sudden, this was the problem. I got the faster flow nipples and she started taking them again (although now she won't.... ugh, it can be so frustrating at times can't it!)As for his lazy breastfeeding, you can try breast compression to help the get a faster flow. This also worked for us, so it's worth a try if you haven't already done it!I'm so glad to be talking about all of these normal first time mom issues! It is just so wonderful! Thanks for all the updates, I love to know and see how Truman is doing! He's soooo cute!Steph Ezerman
He is getting so big! And he is still so cute! Hope the feeding issues begin to get better soon- they can be frustrating. The new pictures are great. Glad to hear that things are still progressing wonderfully and home life is where it should be- at home- Take care- think of you all often!
Awww how sweet! That truely is a blessing!
Its really great when they start doing cute things...smiling is definitely one of them too. Before you know it he'll be on the run.
These pictures are gorgeous! Keep them coming.I know you don't know me but I have been following the story from Baby Center and I am amazed at the beauty of Truman and the strength of your family!Take care of yourselves!
I have a son who is 8 weeks old and was born 7 weeks early... far from as early as your son but what is ironic is that when I read your blog, it is like you are talking about my son. From his size to the feeding issues, to the smile! We JUST got our first real smile too! Their weights go neck and neck. Pretty amazing.. Rosiewww.mysixpack.blogspot.com
HiYour little boy is so cute. Someone emailed me your blog page. I had a preemie born Oct 9th, 2006 in Frisco, Tx. He was 27 weeks and 5 days. Aaron was in the hospital for 81 days and came home 3 days after Christmas. If you would like someone to talk to that knows what you are going through, please feel free to email me at email@example.com. Congrats on your little boy coming home!
I'm so glad he's doing so well, he's such a sweetheart! I look forward to reading your updates.
I have been reading your bolg since the very beguining and I always get excited to see you have updtated. Your little one is truly a fighter and a vitorious one, he will succeed in everything in his life cause his dterminated, strong-willed and full of life :)
I'm glad to see that Truman is progressing so well. I know everything you all are going through and it can be tough but I wanted to extend an offer to help you all out with running errands, a med pickup, watching Truman. etc. I only work saturday and sunday now because of Corbin so please send me an email and let me know whatever I can do to help. Hope all is well. Becky Carson (Baylor NICU respiratory) Breatheasy145@yahoo.com
It was so good to see such "Normal" pictures of Truman. They look so much like recent ones of Ethan--except Ethan's smile is crooked!! It's so exciting to see Truman almost sitting up. I'm amazed at the transformation in Ben and Jason as dads. "Uncle" Ben had no clue how to even talk to our grandkids and now he's wearing a shirt that says "got pupu". I'm so proud of both of them--and of course you moms, too.Love and Prayers,Sue Hammons
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