Monday, July 23, 2007

Having a Blast

Oh my goodness, we are having so much fun. Well in between the worrying anyway. Cheyenne is doing great, but she doesn't like to wake up to eat. She has done pretty well until today. I'm sure she'll be fine, but I can't help but worry. Savannah use to eat pretty good and then just one day she decided she didn't want to anymore. I know I am probably overreacting, but Cheyenne hasn't pooped either. We went to her first pediatrician appointment this morning and the doctor told us to give it another day before we intervene. She hasn't pooped since the night we brought her home. I check on her like ever 15 minutes just to make sure she is breathing. I am going to drive myself crazy!

These three angels are our miracle babies and I am grateful for every second I get to spend with them. I never under estimated how hard having a new born is, but I never realized the depth of that. I read another triplet mom's blog and she explained how wonderful it is to get to bring a new born home and how we get to do it three times. We are going to pick up Brody tomorrow and we are so excited. It is going to be as new and as wonderful as with Cheyenne. And then in a week or so we get to do it one more time with Savannah. It is the most amazing experience I have ever had.

So I have another issue, I don't know what stroller(s) to buy. I have to buy something soon. Cheyenne and Brody are both on oxygen and Brody is also on a monitor. There is a lot to loading these babies up to go to the doctor. So I don't know if I should by a twin and a single stroller, or if I should by the triple decker. They are all so expensive I just want to make the right decision. Any suggestions?

Can you believe I am bringing an 8lb baby home tomorrow. Yes, Brody weighs 8lbs 2ozs. He is eating 2 to 3 ounces every 2 hours. I don't know how I am going to be able to get him fed fast enough when they all get home. He is very demanding too. When he is hungry he screams and cries very loudly. It's crazy how different their personalities already are. Wow this is unbelievable!!!


Anonymous said...

I have been praying for the little ones and checking their progress often. Congratulations on the beginning of their journey home.

Soon your house will be so full, it will never be the same!! Best of luck on sleep and enjoy all the little baby cuddles, I miss them daily but then Dakota laughs and I remember that he only gets more fun each day!!

You will have all of that x3!!!

May God continue to watch over and protect you all...


The Dairy Wife said...

COngrats on your little trio. Time flies and before you know it .. they'll be running everywhere. Mine are almost 34 months now and on the go! I would buy the Triple Decker. I loved mine and it's a piece of cake to deal with all the monitors and oxygen and pulse ox machine. Just put it all in the bottom and go. We were wired for sound when we came home too! Take Care!