Wednesday, September 26, 2007


What a 9 months our life has been & how fast time flies by. I have been thinking about the last 9 months and i can't believe how much the girls have changed...even how much Hannah has changed.

Sarah and Sam were helpless when they first came home. At first they didn't need much attention. It was literally eat, sleep, pooh sleep, eat sleep. Probably another pooh somewhere between that too. :) Then the crying started...oh dear that is really a time i'd rather not remember as one of the good. I'm not sure if they actually had bad colic round the clock or if they were just fussy babies. As they got a bit older the crying didn't stop and time just passed and passed very slowly at that. Then Julia i see the light at the end of the tunnel.

In the past 9 months we've hit and surpassed so many milestones. They went from rolling to sitting to they are POWER fast as lightning! I say NO and walk towards one baby when she is getting into trouble and she bolts like you bolt when you see a skunk coming your way! LOL!!! They both went front only being able to take naps in their napping in their beds. They went from eating eating ALOT MORE! HA HA! They are my awesome eaters. They are happy now and thriving to be like Hannah. Sarah and Sam are also even pushing off furniture to stand alone...not for long but that's a good sign that sooner than later they'll be ready to walk.

Hannah has also grown so much in the past 9 months. She is a big girl now...a BIG SISTER! She helps so much. She puts up diapers, helps feed the girls finger foods, helps feed them bottles, can sing her abc's like a champ and i could go on and on about her. She is such a joy and sweetie...SOMETIMES! :) Other times she likes to roll on top of the babies, knock them over, and all in all do whatever you tell her NOT to do. LOL!

I await the day when all three girls are just playing together having a conversation about something. That will be soo exciting. All in all i have already forgot about all the crying the girls did and i get excited every day about a new day of playing and teaching them new things.