"I can't take it anymore. Trainbow! Trainbow!" (P.S. if you don't want to read the novel below, you can scroll all the way down to the cliff notes at the end to read a short version of the experience. ) Those were the words uttered in the wee morning hours of September 7th, 2017 when… Continue reading The tale of my twin labor and delivery
My dearest loves, You both came into my life suddenly and slowly. There was a pain and a peace in bringing you into this world. There were tears and laughter the moment I laid eyes on your faces. It has been 10 weeks and not much has changed. Being your mother is a beautifully exhausting… Continue reading An Open Letter to My Twin Baby Girls
The inevitable is an abstract and jarring concept. Knowing that something is bound to happen, though not knowing when, and knowing that once it comes it will then become a memory...is a wild thought. I know labor and delivery is coming. It's the only way I'm going to get to meet my girls, but I… Continue reading No Escaping Labor and D-Day.
This first thing doesn't count as a tip. It's the building block for interacting with women. Don't ever ask a woman if they are pregnant. Not ever. There's a 50/50 risk there, and if you get the wrong 50, the conversation will be EXTREMELY awkward. So just wait till you find out if the woman… Continue reading 6 Tips For Interacting With A Pregnant Woman (esp. in her 3rd trimester).
Earlier in the day you're feeling the sand between your toes and then walking up to the pool to take a fresh dip in the water. Then later on that day, you're in the Labor & Delivery unit hearing a woman cry bloody murder as she delivers a baby... ahh.. such is life. My husband… Continue reading From the Pool To the ER in One Day
I've got to admit, before we found out we were having twins, I was twins ignorant! It's like those things you see from afar and admire, but think "Welp, that'll never happen to me". Ahh, how humorous God is. So I'd like to add a bit more knowledge in the world to those who are… Continue reading “Do twins run in your family?” and other FAQs.