I am a long-time reader of the blog Whimsical September, and have always loved to read Erica’s “Day in the Life” posts – probably because I am kind of a nosy person and enjoy reading how others live their lives, but also because she has a daughter only a month younger than E and it’s… Read More A Day in the Life: 25 April, 2018
On Saturday, the boys hit the two month mark and it’s amazing to see how much they’re changing! Don was away for a week and couldn’t believe how different they looked when he arrived home. The boys are spending more time awake, and are starting to show more of their personalities. Samuel Stats: 11lb2, 1… Read More Twins: Two Months
Happy April! Last year we celebrated Easter in North Carolina where E and I were able to wear our spring dresses without being cold. This year we had a chance of freezing rain in Missouri on Easter morning and this past Sunday it snowed! In the spirit of being behind the curve when it comes… Read More Visitors and Easter
Well, this week has started off a little crazier than expected! After ten days with my in-laws (who were more than happy to hold a baby and keep a toddler entertained), I had kind of forgotten what it was like to be on my own with the three kids. I know this is our new… Read More Blessings Amid the Chaos
I know everyone is always so surprised how quickly time passes, but I am seriously shocked that the boys are already a month old! Don and I both agreed this past weekend that it is seems so much easier than Elizabeth’s first month. Granted, my dad was here for the first 5 days, and Don… Read More Twins: One Month!
Two weeks ago today we brought the boys home from the hospital and I am STILL in shock about how ridiculous their birth story is. Most of it is due to the fact that Elizabeth’s labor was SO LONG. Even after I was 10 cm dilated, I still pushed for almost two hours. I can’t… Read More Twins: Two Weeks Later
My induction was scheduled for Friday morning (the 23rd), and I hadn’t really been having any sort of indication that the boys would come on their own. Baby B (Henry) was still a loose cannon. Despite having been head down at my appointment on Tuesday, my OB warned me that if he turned breech… Read More Twins: A Birth Story