The Birth Story

It’s taken me several days to write this. We keep remarking on how “easy” it would be if we only had one baby! Between me, my mom and Jason, the three of us have never been more sleep-deprived in our lives. We find ourselves taking care of each other; Jason and I insist my mom eats and then sleeps after staying up all night and most of the day; mom and Jason push me to drink water and go back to bed when I get up in the middle of the night to pump and feed; I purposefully leave Jason…

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Our First House

With the triplets about to make their appearance in a week or two, we felt we needed to upgrade our living space. We totally underestimated the amount of stuff we would collect. Three cribs, dressers, tons of baby clothes, diapers, toys, etc. We’ll also have quite a few visitors over the next few months staying with us to help with the babies when they first come home. So, we moved from our 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom apartment to our new 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom house! It’s way bigger (1640 sq. ft.) and the yard and 2 car garage…

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In the Womb: Multiples

Esther and I watched a National Geographic television special yesterday titled In the Womb: Multiples. We already knew most of the information, but it was still definitely worth watching. It’s especially interesting if you’re not familiar with twins, triplets, and quads. Click the image below to watch the YouTube version (720p HD) in a pop-up window. This video has been removed by YouTube Synopsis: National Geographic explores the extraordinary, never-before-seen world of twins, triplets and quadruplets as they develop in utero. Utilizing groundbreaking technology and amazing 4-D ultrasound images, watch quadruplets as they develop in utero and engage in their…

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