Thanks for all the warm wishes! Two months on, we've decided we'll keep her. She's pretty cool.
I'm trying to take plenty of pics, but even so it's hard to really capture how fast she changes! She seems so big already. And since I take all of the photos, I think the last pic of me with her was in the hospital. We'll try to correct that.
In financial news, things keep moving on. I think we've paid almost all the medical bills, which is good. I find it frustrating how they just keep trickling in one by one though. How do you ever know you're done?
I picked my day to go back to work, so I've got three more weeks home with the cub. I'm now unpaid and will only work part-time through the end of the year, so I'm glad we saved as much as we did. I'm so fiscally conservative, it still makes me nervous, but I know it'll be fine and I'm thankful to have more time with my daughter.
1) 401K up to employer match - $5801/$7140 (81%)
2) Max IRA - $3601/$5000 (72%)
3) Emergency fund - $9002/$10,000 (90%)
4) Baby fund - $8855/$10,000 (89%)