When I was at the hospital recovering after my c-section, I was in so much pain that I kept asking the nurses for pain medicine. They had to go to their medication cart to get my medicine. But of course, they couldn't give me more. I really wanted to come home with Josiah and be with Steven and Aiden. It was hard being alone and in a lot of pain. I'm so glad it's over now. I don't have to look forward to it anymore.
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