Written on the blog February, 18 2010: As usual, I will start this post out with apologizing for not posting sooner. It has been almost a full month since I updated everyone...I am very sorry. These last few weeks have been wonderful, and sad, and happy, and insane...as usual...filled with every emotion. One day Remmington … Continue reading Got a baby IN the house!
Written on the blog December 18, 2009: Today they had to change Blue's Isolette just to make sure there is no bacteria or anything growing inside. So, even though she is not near as stable as Remmington, they let me hold her with the Respiratory therapist while they changed her to a new bed. Although … Continue reading motherhood
Written on the blog December 18, 2009: Yesterday was the probably the biggest moment of my life. After sixteen days of looking at my darlings through a "window"....I was able to hold Remmington. They decided she was stable enough to do "Kangaroo Care" which is a theory that skin to skin with your NICU baby … Continue reading A little taste of Heaven
Written on the blog December 15, 2009 (13 days after birth): I had always heard that when I got pregnant I would become an emotional mess. Well, as much as that was true...it does not even hold a candle to the emotions I experience now. I arrived at the hospital today, only to find myself … Continue reading emotional exhaustion
Written on the blog December 10, 2009 (8 days after delivery): (sadly, this is like the only photo I have of my entire pregnancy! 23 weeks, a few days before being admitted.) It began in the morning last Wednesday December 02, 2009. I had been in the hospital for three weeks and a two days. … Continue reading The Birth
Since Mother's Day is just around the corner, I figured I would share the miracle story of the two crazies that gave me that all fulfilling title. I've copied most of it from an old private blog I used to have, as well as some personal journal entries from home. I hope that anyone who … Continue reading Mono Mono Twins
I was ten years old. Scrawny and lanky even back then. A mouth filled with too many teeth… but I was not afraid to smile. Braces would eventually come, or so I was told. And we were moving. Again. Fifth grade. 38th house. I walked into my new bedroom, laid my cloth sleeping bag on […]