Wednesday, 23 July 2008

Nandha can see!

Nandha can see :) -- he is able to focus on us. We are not sure whether he can still recognise us -- but he seems to have got some confidence now.

This is his 5th week and we have started giving gripe water to relieve his gastric problems..That seems to be his biggest problem..

Last week - we celebrated his 31st day on planet earth and also took him to the East ham Murugan temple on Saturday. He coped well considering the fact that the journey was about 55 miles (single). But by night, he became restless and started crying..We have decided not to drive long distances with him...

Nandha seems to be a favourite with his grandparents..My mother loves to hear his voice over the phone and wants to come and see him in November :)..

Monday, 14 July 2008

Nandha is 4 weeks old today

Today is Nandha's fourth week on planet earth..He seems to be coping well..The only problem with him is his sleeping habits at night -- when he gets up at 1:00 am in the morning for his feed, he tends not to sleep till 4:00 am (till the next feed)..The problem stems out from the fact that he has learnt to sleep on our arms and if you put him on the bed -- he gets cranky..So we get very little sleep nowdays..Quite tiring..Today morning Nandha slept next to me -- and he started sucking my index finger in his sleep -- I was asleep too and didnt realize it for a long time..I felt it was very cute --but then I wasnt sure whether my finger was clean :D..Anyways, by god's grace -- he is coping well and is already being very naughty..

Friday, 4 July 2008

The Advent of Nandha Sai Sathiaseelan

Its been a very long time since I last blogged..So many things have changed in the last few years..The most important life changing things that happened to me were my dearest father's death, my marriage and now the birth of my dearest son Nandha Sai Sathiaseelan..

Nandha was born on a beautiful summer afternoon at the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge after a relatively quick labour - thanks to my wife's strength, courage and will power; God's grace and a very helpful midwife named Brenda..

Nandha was 5.5 lbs at birth and was considered pre-mature (36 weeks gestation) - and he had to be in the hospital for a week..

Now Nandha is 18 days old and I thought I should start a blog to record his life as a child and beyond..This blog would hopefully tell Nandha his story -- his journey towards adulthood..