Thanks everyone for all the tips!
I will admit that at first it was pretty disappointing to not be able to deliver her naturally, the original birth plan was to go un medicated and natural but after arriving at the hospital on Thursday night to be induced and being in labor until Friday night I was relieved when the doctor made the decision to go ahead with the section. I guess my cervix is just too high up to deliver naturally, eventually it got to the point where when I would contract the baby's heart rate would get too low and she would start to get distressed. By the end she would have been just too exhausted to deliver even if my body could have handled it.
Its been a rough start, my milk wouldn't let down so I ended up making the very hard choice to start her on formula which I was really against. Now that she's on formula she's having a hard time wanting to take the breast as its too much work I guess lol. My milk is finally starting to come in however so I'm hoping once the flow increases as its still pretty minimal she will take to it.
We get to leave in the morning if her morning blood test comes back clean. She had a mild case of jaundice so we had to stay an extra day for photo therapy. But after a night and day under the lights everything seems fine.
I'm starting to really get into caring for her. Babies have always made me nervous and honestly I've avoided them in the past as they were never a part of the plan this early on. We wanted to wait a few years as we're both only 25 but I guess Ella was meant to be and I'm quite glad now.
Without further to do here are a few pictures of Ella. I know I'm biased but I think she's really beautiful and has really pretty features for being a newborn.