Becky had her first road trip today. And she learned that sometimes when we travel, we encounter detours.
Unfortunately, Becky’s swallow study and upper GI imaging indicate the need for immediate medical intervention.Read More »
Becky just left on her first road trip.
She is traveling in a stylish incubator, the very latest model in the clear plastic colorway. Destination: a lab near the Children’s Hospital. Top speed: a slow saunter. Diamond and Trudy are her drivers. Always good to have a backup. A delicious bottle snack has been packed for sustenance.Read More »
It’s been a busy 24 hours for me.
This is what I look like without any tubes, wires, or leads. It was the first time Mommy saw me in my natural state. She was very happy and quickly grabbed her phone while I posed.Read More »
A post regarding Becky’s current medical condition.
Time is strange in the NICU. And things change too quickly for me to keep updates posted. Here’s where things stand right now.Read More »
Hi there! My name is Becky and I am 6 days old. I heard my mom has a blog. I don’t know what that is. Perhaps it stands for BabyLOG? That’s my best guess.
Anyways, Mom says that I can have my own featurette and I’ve decided to name it “Beckygram”. Isn’t that cute?Read More »
I’m sorely behind on updates about our NICU journey. Speaking of sore, my recovery has been more challenging after an emergency C-section. It’s been a roller coaster for sure and I hope to catch up at some point. I’ve got some great stories in the hopper.
But today I received fantastic news when I walked into the NICU.
Live long and prosper.
So much has happened in the last 24 hours. It’s hard to know where to start. Perhaps with a bird’s eye view.
Mighty cute baby down below. Becky is making great progress.Read More »
Well, we couldn’t exactly call her “Ocho” for the rest of her life.
So we named her Rebekah Lucia Rauch. Becky for short.Read More »
Baby GIRL Rauch was born at 4:34pm, weighing 8 pounds 9.6 ounces.
Baby girl was born via emergency C-section. It was scary and sudden. But it is now over.Read More »