Popular Irish blogger Lisa Jordan has revealed her newborn son will have to stay in hospital without her – as he is monitored in the neonatal unit.
The Cork star welcomed her first son a month early, but revealed he was “full size” just no “full term”.
Taking to her Instagram stories the mum-of-three explained that she wasn’t allowed any visitors due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, and that she will be released but her son will still need to be monitored.
“I’m over the moon, it all happened so fast. The story is a bit kind of mad,” she told followers.
“It’s kind of a bit of a mad story. He came very fast and very early. He’s down in neo, I actually don’t have him, that’s the only thing.
“I am alone, no visitors and no baby,’ she explained.
“He’s nearly 7 pounds which is huge but he is classified as premature because he was born before he was due.”
“So they are keeping him in neo for a few days., I won’t be taking him home, I’m heading home in the morning..he has to stay in.
“But he’s perfect…they’re just monitoring him for a couple of days and then we’ll get to take him home.
“We are thrilled, he is gorgeous,” she added.
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