He’s small but he’s got it all figured out!!
Peso piu’ di due chili, ho una bellissima culla che mi aspetta a casa, e sto mangiando da solo quasi tutte le mie pappe, anche dal seno della mia mamma! Per questo mi vestono da sultano.. anzi da sultanino!
Look at me! I’m so gorgeous with my tiny diaper and my 2 kilograms of pure beauty, I’m in such a good shape! I’m still practising my eating skills, and as soon as I pull that off, I’m going home with my parents!!!
I spent 14 hours in Milan between yesterday and today, and managed to pack them up with things to do! I got to meet 3 of my best friends and buy 2 pairs of shoes and get my one car back.
Erika picked me up at the train station and we went to grab some sushi at Jubin. We had a lot to catch up with and had a nice evening talking. I really missed her! She was the first person I spoke to on my first day in the university. It seems like yesterday. I hope she finds real love soon and realizes how much she deserves. Anyway, eventually the fun ended because I had to pump baby’s milk really badly so she dropped me at Matteo’s house.
My dear friend Enrico greeted me and the evening went on nicely. How nice to talk and joke like the old times. I slept on the couch, with the noisy Via P. Rossi outside, but was so exhausted that didn’t even mind.
This morning it took me 2 freaking hours to get me to my car. While I lived there, I never truly realized how dirty and ugly Milan is.
Once I had my car back, I ran to buy shoes for the spring-summer.
Then, I went to my friend Patricia’s house to… take a guess… yes… that’s right. Pump baby’s milk. Her daughter Juliette was born a few days after Damiano, and she too was pre-term (though she didn’t have IUGR). She is lovely, and it was fun to pump the milk together sharing a cup of breastmilktea.
I left the city towards Bolzano, and just in time to feed my baby I arrived to the hospital. I’m in love with this little tyke. Just look at him.
Ain’t he lovely?
Yesterday I arrived to the NICU and found my baby breathing without oxygen like he has been doing since Sunday, and this time he had the breathing tube removed! That means he will not be needing it any more. And I’m so happy for him!!