This is my new badge of honor, my bracelets representing the twins. These are my tickets of entry into the NICU. At first, I found them completely annoying…getting in the way the first two days after George and Henry were born.
Henry and I spent some time this morning…hanging out during his morning feeding. He was really tired this morning, so I let him lay on my chest while getting his morning milk. I love listening to him breathe and sometimes make sounds like a little mouse. #twinslife #nicu
Ole George gave us a smile this morning, right before his 9am feeding. I love his little smiles and how he is showing his reaction to us holding him! #nicu #twinslife
One of my favorite images of Sarah and George! Her little talks with the boys has resulted in new milestones each day. I have enjoyed listening to her little talks and watching her expressions during these little moments in time! #nicu #twinslife
Hello all…here is a quick update! I apologize for the length, but I thought most people would want to know how the twins are progressing. I am thankful to Julie Thome Pickett and her openness to share Sadie Margaret’s story, empowering me to share George and Henry’s story. I am also thankful to GHS’s Children’s Hospital and all the staff in the NICU!
Big thank you to GHS March of Dimes for this little gift! This made my day…seeing their little footprints on a baseball! #fathersday #twinslife
Each time we walked through these doors…there was always something new around the corner. But we knew George and Henry were on the other side.
These doors are the security doors leading into NICU 1, requiring a certain level of authentication for them to open. Before passing through these doors, you had to wash your hands in the sinks just to the right.