The desire to be and have a sister is a primitive and profound one that may have everything
or nothing to do with the family a woman is born to.
It is a desire to know and be known by someone who shares blood and body,
history and dreams, common ground and the unknown adventures of the future,
darkest secrets and the glassiest beads of truth." Elizabeth Fishel
We are getting settled into being home. We have had two tough nights at home. Hollis seems to have her days and nights mixed up and we are getting the nursing under control. There is so much I have forgotten about having a baby. I haven't had a lot of sleep but I'm so thankful my in-laws are here helping or I'm not sure how I would do it. They have helped so much with Harper and laundry so I can just rest and take care of Hollis. I would be lost without their help. My "sister God let me choose" Laurie brought us dinner tonight and it was so good! I'm pretty sure she was loving the chance to hold a baby. I'm sure Hollis will love her as much as Harper does.
(her gown is from www.sheshemade.com)