Rosie eats like a champ. She doesn't spit up like Fletcher did. She eats about every three hours during the day. At night she feeds around 11 and then doesn't awake again until about 4 or 5.
The boys love their little sister. They are huge helpers and like to "pet" her. Anderson will walk up to her and tell me that he likes her. Fletcher was very happy to have me home. The two days they came to visit at the hospital he kept asking if I was done and wanting me to get up. As soon as I stepped out of the car on Saturday he gave me a huge hug and said, " Mommy is done!"
Overall everything is clicking and running smooth. We have a happy and beautiful little family. Kale and I appreciate all of the help from our family and all of you that have cooked and brought food over the last few nights. That is such a huge help! We will keep y'all up to date on pictures. Keep us all in your prayers for a smooth transition to this family of five (eight if you count Ruffles, Lucy and Daphne, and we do)!