Hi ladies,

My C-section went off without a hitch and we welcomed Joshua Robert Gellerstein to the world on Thursday, November 3rd at 9:45am. At birth he weighed 8lbs 6oz and was 19 3/4 inches long. I kept my pump on for the surgery which was not the original plan, but worked out quite well. My BG was 120 prior to surgery but adrenaline increased it throughout the day so by bed time I was hovering around 200. Since being home and breastfeeding, my numbers have been fantastic (without really trying). Below find the link for the blog my husband and I started during my pregnancy to track my growing belly. We added pictures from the birth as well.

Baby Blog

Being in the hospital for 4 days was not so fun! The post-partum unit in the hospital was pretty awful (especially the food!) but I was able to come home on Sunday afternoon. Both Joshua and I went in to see our doctors today for check-ups and we are both doing well!

All the best to everyone.

~Andrea~

Views: 103

Replies to This Discussion

Congratulations Andrea! He is just perfect!!! I'm so glad that you are both healthy!

Enjoy those days at home! We are almost 5 months after the birth and I can say that things just get better (for us it really helped to be at home and NOT at the hospital!!). Take care!!!

Thank you Kristin! It has been so wonderful being home with Joshua. :)

Congratulations Andrea
He's gorgeous!

Thank you so much Sharon!

Congratulations!

Thank you!

Oh I just love those cheeks! thanks for sharing :)

You are most welcome!

Soooooo adorable!

thanks for sharing your story (especially the pump and blood sugar details) and the link to your blog for photos. too cute!

RSS

Advertisement



REsources

From the Diabetes Hands Foundation blog...

Diabetes Among Hispanics: We’re not all the same

US Hispanics are often portrayed in the press as a single, monolithic group. But anyone who has spent any time in San Francisco’s Mission District or the Bronx can tell you, we’re not all the same. Now we’re finding out Read on! →

Diabetes entre los hispanos: no somos todos iguales

Traducido por Mila Ferrer.    A menudo los Hispanos en Estados Unidos son retratados en la prensa como un solo grupo, monolítico. Pero cualquiera que haya pasado algún tiempo en el  Mission District de San Francisco o el Bronx se Read on! →

Diabetes Hands Foundation Team

DHF TEAM

Manny Hernandez
(Co-Founder, Editor, has LADA)

Emily Coles
(Head of Communities, has type 1)

Mila Ferrer
(EsTuDiabetes Community Manager, mother of a child with type 1)

Mike Lawson
(Head of Experience, has type 1)

Corinna Cornejo
(Development Manager, has type 2)

Desiree Johnson  (Administrative and Programs Assistant, has type 1)


DHF VOLUNTEERS


Lead Administrator

Bradford (has type 1)


Administrators

Lorraine (mother of type 1)
Marie B (has type 1)

Brian (bsc) (has type 2)

Gary (has type 2)

David (dns) (type 2)

 

LIKE us on Facebook

Spread the word

Loading…

This website is certified by Health On the Net Foundation. Click to verify. This site complies with the HONcode standard for trustworthy health information: verify here.

© 2014   A community of people touched by diabetes, run by the Diabetes Hands Foundation.

Badges  |  Contact Us  |  Terms of Service