Monday, August 17, 2009

Lions, Tigers and Multiplies.... Oh My!

Things are going great with the girls. I hate that I have to go back to work in 2 weeks and leave the girls care to someone else. I have to keep telling myself that they will be fine... I can't believe that they are 4 months already! They have changed so much lately, they are so big and their personalities are really shinning through.

Aubrey continues to be Miss High Maintenance lately. She LOVES to be held and there are nights where I give in and hold her until she is asleep just so we can have some peace and quiet and so that Adison can sleep! Other then that, she is doing wonderful. She is getting bigger and stronger by the day. She can hold up her head on her own and is almost ready to roll over. We take the girls to their 4 month appointments tomorrow, so it will be interesting to see what their weights are up to! Here are some new pictures of Aubrey

Adison on the other hand, continues to be her mellow self. She is a go with the flow baby (but right now she is the one crying and Aubrey is asleep, hmmm...) and really never cries unless she is hungry or she is having bathroom issues. Adison is also getting huge and very strong. She can almost hold up her head, but to disadvantage she does have a huge head! Her apnea issues are mostly gone. Jeff and I have been only monitoring her while she is sleeping since we are almost done with her monitor. I am trying to have her off of it when they start daycare on August 31st. Here are a few recent pictures of Adison

We also went to a Family Reunion for our fertility clinic's 20th year anniversary. I have never seen so many multiples in one place. Everywhere you looked their were twins dressed the same. I even saw one group of triplets. I bet we broke some record of the most multiples in one place. There were 2,000 of us their celebrating Oregon Reproductive Medicine's anniversary. There were 300 infants and 600 children too! We got to meet with our doctor again and have him meet the girls. We even got to check out some of the animals. Here are some pictures from our fun day - my new hair cut also makes an appearance here

1 comment:

The Gustafson Family said...

What a fun day! Shriner's is offering an evening at the zoo next week for all their patients so we're thinking about going again since it's free! The girls are adorable!