And my girls are now Toddlers. I'm not sure i ever imagined it, to go by so quickly. Yesterday, you two were only tiny little babies...
As i was going through some clothes today, picking out things to donate to a local charity here in weslaco, i was looking at all the tiny clothes that were TOO big. Now those clothes are sitting in a closet and i'm giving them to new baby girls that need them. It's weird to be graduating out of so many things..clothes, toys, high chairs, etc.
Tonight, two years ago, i sat on my couch(as usual, as i was soo big i couldn't get around very easily) wondering: what you two would look like, who you resemble more, what color of hair and eyes you'd have, if you'd be going to the NICU-since you were only 36w4d-but really full term for twins, and i most importantly prayed for two healthy babies. Paul and i sat on the couch and talked and wondered how hard it'd be with two baby girls, how we'd adjust and if i'd ever get enough sleep again(thank goodness i didn't know the answer to that one, back then). We skipped xmas w/ my family that year b/c we decided we'd stay home and make sure there was no way the babies would come a day early as my dr. was out of town until that day sometime..and i didn't want anyone else delivering my babies.
Two years ago today i stuffed my face FULL of food and water before midnight since i had a c-section scheduled for 1030 that morning and i couldn't eat anything after midnight.
Two years ago today i weighted in at a whopping 200lbs and xxl maternity clothes didn't even really do the trick anymore. WHOA, i know. Indulgence was an understatement when my dr. told me i could gain as much weight as i wanted since i was having twins.
Two years ago today, the adrenaline in my body was rushing and rushing.
Two years ago today, i slept on the couch, insomnia setting in pretty bad, my hands tingled from carpatunel(spelling), my feet were swollen, my body was a hormonal mess.
Here is my last post..guess i didn't even get around to posting on xmas day: Christmas Eve-last post before the babies were born
My babies are no longer babies...or as Sarah says: "Mommy i a big girl!"