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I feel like I just wrote their 3 month update yesterday!
At 4 months they're more fun than ever, and more attached to mama than ever. They coo like crazy, especially Annie. Sybelle talks when she has to say and Annie babbles all the live long day.
I finally put away their 0-3 month clothing, they still fit 3 month sleepers and diaper shirts, but are mostly wearing 3-6 month pants, some 3 month pants still fit, but not for much longer! I just started putting them in 3-6 month shirts but they're swimming in them! Still in size 1 diapers but I think they'll be growing out of those within the next week or two. They are both getting pretty chunky, we will find out their weight this week at their doctor appointment! Annie has so many wonderful rolls it is the best thing ever, and Sybelle is slowly starting to gain some weight in those sweet cheeks of hers. I'm finding as Sybelle chunks up a little, she's starting to look more and more like Annie. I love that they're starting to look more like twins!
Sybelle has her hands in her mouth all of the time, Annie likes her hands but not nearly as much as Sybelle does. They love laying on their play mat and grabbing their toys, or each other's faces and hands. They're starting to get bored a little bit quicker than they have been, so we're going to need to find more play stations to rotate through soon.
We have our routine down pat, but I think they're starting to grow out of their frequent naps. Morning time is their favourite. I'm woken up every morning to chatting from the nursery. I'll go in and turn on the lights and then let them chat and play with each other while I let the dogs out and get breakfast started. It's one of my favourite moments of the day, just letting them enjoy each other's company. The past three nights they only woke up to eat once!!!! Fingers crossed it continues this way!!!
If you follow me on Snapchat (@sarahemahon) you will have seen Annie rolled from her tummy to her back a few weeks ago! It was so exciting we couldn't believe it. Sybelle is so close to rolling from her back to her tummy, so I figured I'd put them both on their tummies to see if that was easier, expecting Sybelle to roll and Annie to just hang out. But it was the opposite! They're so fun in how they surprise us every day with their little personalities. Sybelle is definitely more of a thinker, Annie is more of a doer.
Sybelle's core strength is incredible! She'll be sitting up by herself any day now. She even tries to lift herself up if you're holding her so she can be in the sitting position. Annie is getting there too, they both get so excited when they're sitting upright with a little help. It's going to be so fun when they can sit and chat with each other, or sit in the tub to play. I just can't wait!
We've had a few giggles lately, but nothing super consistent. Kyle has taken it up as his personal responsibility to make them laugh as much as possible, which is just the sweetest thing. We can't wait until giggling fills this house.
That's all for now, I hope you're all well! Take good care, lovelies!
When I first found out I was expecting twins I could not stay off the internet. My search history consisted only of how to "survive" having newborn twins. But I really didn't want to survive the first few months of motherhood with twins, I wanted to really enjoy my time with them. I didn't want my newborn time to be a complete blur just because there was two of them. It seemed, though, that I could only find advice for survival.
Well, I'm almost 4 months into this motherhood thing, and 4 months into this twin motherhood thing, and I really feel like these 5 tips have helped me truly embrace and enjoy my time with my sweet babies. I hope you find hope and encouragement if you are knee deep in doubt of your ability to parent two newborns. You CAN do this, you are superwoman. Or superman. Seriously.
- Do what makes you feel good while your babies sleep. For me, this is a 4 minute makeup routine - seriously, I have it down to a science. Slowly, as our routine fell into place, it became yoga, then makeup. For you, this might be a 10 minute power clean of your living space, reading the newspaper or one page of a novel, have a cat nap... whatever makes you feel more like yourself, because friends, that is seriously the key to enjoying this time with your babes. You have to feel like you first.
- Get dressed every morning. This might not mean putting jeans on, cause Lord knows I rarely find myself squeezing myself into a pair of those (do I even own a pair that fits?). Leggings and a t-shirt, that's all it takes! This will help you feel like you've started your day, no matter how tired you are, you'll feel a little bit more put together than if you spend all day, every day in your pjs (I just realized my shirt is on inside out, but hey, I tried and that feels pretty good).
- Schedule. Okay, I know you've read this one everywhere. But seriously, try your best to make this work. I will be posting our schedule soon, it is probably the number one thing that helps keep the babies happy, which keeps mama happy.
- Order your groceries. Click and Collect and Superstore has literally changed my life. This way, I order the food and Kyle swings by the store on his way home from work to pick it up. If this didn't come into my life, I would be eating delivery for every single meal, which sounds good at first but not after the first few weeks. Just trust me on this.
- Be confident. Do things on your own, even when you have the help. This way, when you really are on your own, you know you can handle it - because trust me, you can.
Alright mamas. I am rooting for you, you are strong, and you can do this. Most importantly, these babies will bring you so much joy, so much wonder, and so much love. If you're expecting twins and you're doubting any of these things, please scroll through my posts about our life with our twin girls. I hope they bring you hope and excitement, this will be your most amazing adventure yet.
Take good care, lovelies.
I really just don't know where time is going. This month we celebrated Christmas and all of the fun things that lead up to that special day, we started sleeping 4 hour streches through the night - consistently (hallelujah), and fell more and more in love with eachother ever single day.
So, bare with me while I blabber on about all the amazing things these little girls do.
It is so amazing to find Kyle chatting away with our babies. He lights up their sweet little eyes. There is no one that can make them smile quite like he does. We hung out a lot with family this month, and it is just the sweetest season of life to be surrounded by so much love. Not to mention Christmas. Holy moly were we all so spoiled. They have both grown more and more into two little individuals, they are so incredibly beautiful and perfectly unique. I am so proud of both of them.
We have come to realize the babies really like their little routine - I might do a post on it soon because I have searched the internet high and low to find something that works, especially for twins. They tend to get quite overwhelmed if we spend the whole day travelling, in and out of loud places, and if they don't get many naps in their own crib.
My most favourite thing this month has been the way they calm down when I hold them. Throughout this holiday season they've been held by many many people, and sometimes they get overwhelmed. The second they're in my arms, though, they're happy little beans. They've really started to wrap their little arms around me when I hold them and it's simply the sweetest feeling.
They love their changing table, even in a fit of screaming rage, plop them on the change table, take off their pants, and boom - happy baby. It's quite mystical. They're still fitting size 0-3, 3 month, and are growing into some 3-6 month pants. Still size 1 diapers, and we even had to get a special slightly smaller size 1 to fit Sybelle's teeny tiny bum. Annie has the chunkiest cheeks and thighs, I could squish them all day. Sybelle is slowly starting to grow her little rolls, but is still a bit of a string bean.
We call Sybelle by a million different nicknames: Sibby, Belly, Belsie, Little Belle... The list goes on, every day we find some new way to play with her name. Annie just gets little things tacked on to the end of her name, Annie bean, Annie fanny (she'll hate that one when she's older), Annie girl, sweet Annie (thank you, Zac Brown).
They still love to play with each other, which warms my heart. These days Sybelle has been trapping Annie's hands to chew on, because why chew on your own when you can chew on your sisters??? I could just go on and on.
I'll leave it at that for now, I could talk about these babies all day long. I think I'll be posting a post-partum update soon, because when I was pregnant I spent pretty much all day every day researching what birth and recovery might look like. Stay tuned :)
Take good care, lovelies!
Mothers, I finally understand you.
I know they always say this, but you'll never truly understand ones feelings until you've walked a mile in their shoes. Well, this mile of motherhood is almost 3 months long, and holy cow my heart could burst right out of my chest (they always say that too).
Motherhood is my dream come true. My daughters, my husband, my fur babies, it's all just such a dream to me. It's all I've ever wanted. I can hardly wrap my mind around the love that pours out of me every day. The first giggles and constant smiles, the way they look up at me while I nurse them, the way their little boddies tangle up together while they nurse, sleep, play... They are little best friends. Their twin bond is unlike anything I've ever seen. It makes me so proud to see them calm eachother just by being placed near one another. The way they coo at eachother, the start of their own secret language that I will never know. They way they squiggle toward eachother when they're swaddled and ready for bed. They just have to be touching to go to sleep.
I could go on and on. Today I was just really hit with the joy and excitement of this life that I'm living. I don't want to forget a single thing. I don't want to forget their tiny toes, their sweet gummy smiles. I want this stage to last forever, but at the same time I am simply aching to watch them grow up. I can't wait to play with them. To create with them. To learn with them. I can't wait to see who they will be, what they will do, how they will change this world. I am so proud of them already.
So mothers, I finally understand what you mean when you say your babies are like your heart walking around on the outside. And to my mother, thank you for loving me the way I love my babies. The way you poured your whole self into me, the little things you did every day, you were always there. Thank you.
I hope you are all well, lovelies. I hope you're enjoying your holiday season with whoever you call family.
We were so lucky and had another baby shower this weekend! The girls got to meet their boyfriends who are identical twins, Josiah and Isaiah, the cutest little beans ever, and we got so many more cute things! We are so lucky to have so many loving people in our life.
As a mom, I love having opportunities to dress up because they don't come around very often. As I was getting ready, I couldn't help but throw on a dress! Especially because in Winnipeg, by November it's usually -20... and it was 5 degrees this weekend! I got this dress ages ago from Garage and absolutely love it for the falltime. It is perfect to transition florals from summer to fall and it is just the comfiest thing - and I could nurse in it! I paired it with some cozy socks and tights, and this cardigan from Old Navy. I was comfy all day long, and felt like I was put together so it was just such a win!
Hope you're having a wonderful weekend! Take good care, lovelies!
Two months. It truly is hard to believe. I am so unbelievably in love with these babies and all the adventures that they have brought to my life. This last month has been hard, maybe even the hardest yet. But it has been so worth it. After every hard night, or long day of tears, I fall more and more in love with these girls. I still really can't believe that I made them, both of them, in my tummy for 9 months. And then all of the sudden, they are here.
Though this month has been full of really hard days where both babies have cried and cried and cried endlessly for what seemed like no reason at all, it has been the best month of my life. I am so torn between wanting the girls to stay teeny tiny forever, and being so amazed and excited about how they grow and grow every day. Their personality comes through more and more every hour it seems, and it is just so amazing to see how beautifully unique they both are. They are so fun right now! They have been so so smiley and love to play on their play mat, they will only sleep if they are in the same crib, snuggled up nice and close to eachother, and they NEED naptime or they are miserable little monsters. They really love when their daddy comes home, as soon as he talk to them they are all smiles. I just can't wait until they start to giggle and laugh at all his silliness.
My mom and sister still come over almost every day and I am so thankful for them. Kyle is growing into his roll as their daddy and it is so incredible to watch him love them. Our doggie Jack is their most fierce protector, when we return home after being away with the babies he always runs back and forth between their carseats to make sure they're still as happy and healthy as he left them. He always gets so overwhelmed when they're crying, it's like he's pacing and looking at me like "uhm, mom, are you going to do something about that?!" Yes Jack, working on it.
I just feel so whole. No matter how tired I may be or how overwhelming our days can get, I feel like I've never been more myself. I truly was born to be their momma and feel so lucky to spend my days with them.
I hope you're doing well, take good care lovelies!
We recently got our newborn photos back and I love them so much! Thank you so much to the photographer, my sister in law Meagan Gerylo Photography for capturing these sweet moments of my babies first few days. I cherish these pictures so much and I just cannot believe how fast time has gone.
Little Annie is in the light pink and Sybelle is in the stripes! I cant get over how stinking cute they are it just blows my mind that I made these tiny humans and I get to be their momma! They're 8 weeks old now and we're learning more and more every day what these babies love and what they don't love ;) They're so different from each other and it's so fun getting to know each one as their own little person. I'll be posting a 2 month update on them soon!
Take good care, lovelies!
Well, we did it! I was super anxious leading up to this day, but it ended up being such a fun night and I'm so so happy I got to have a little me time! It was my first night leaving the twinnies for a few hours to go do something fun since they were born. I went to go see my beautiful friend Heather in her wedding dress and then we all went bridesmaids dress shopping! It was so incredibly special to see her in her dress. She looked absolutely stunning and I just cannot wait for her big day. The dress is perfect and she will be the most gorgeous bride. We also found the bridesmaids dresses super easily, and it looks incredible on everyone! We purchased them right then and there.
The twins were left with my wonderful mom and sister, so Kyle got the night off too. I kept texting him to see how much fun he was having with the house to himself and his response was, "I'm sad. I miss you girls." My heart.
Coming home to the twins was so so special. Annie was in a complete deep sleep in my sisters arms, but as soon as she heard my voice her eyes were wide open. They are just so stinkin sweet and though they were super fussy for their babysitters, I know my mom and sister loved having them all to themselves for a few hours.
On to the outfit - I felt like such a cool mom in this outfit, I'm not gonna lie! These shoes are to die for, and they're actually incredibly comfortable! And that's coming from a girl who lives in Birkenstocks, so you know how much I value comfort ;) The shoes totally made the outfit look more fancy than it felt! The leggings are from Victoria's Secret (and yes I know, "leggings aren't pants" but I just honestly have to disagree. I live in these things.) This shirt is perfect for my post partum body. I'm back at my pre-baby weight but have a light case of diastasis recti so my belly can tend to look a wee bit preggo still, so this cut is perfect for me for right now! And gosh I have no idea where or when I got this cardigan but it's always been a staple in my wardrobe and it's the perfect length to pair with pretty much everything!
And this hair. This is my new go to mom hair. Because it looks like I styled it, right!? I braided my hair the night before in one big braid (to keep it out of my babies' grabby little hands) and then the next day just threw the top half of my hair into a tiny little mom bun and voila! Oh and dry shampoo. Lots of it.
I had such a fun night and it just really reminded me how much I love getting ready and putting together outfits. I'm hoping to keep up doing little posts like these, so keep your eyes peeled!
Take good care, lovelies!
It's Sunday night and I'm lying in bed, nursing one baby, and rocking the other. My husband is readying himself for another week of work, and Sunday night football is rumbling in the background.
We went to the pumpkin patch on Saturday night and spent Sunday morning in bed snuggling two sweet newborns. A dream weekend, if you ask me. So I find myself thinking, "I don't want this weekend to end." But such is life, isn't it? Wishing the wonderful weekends could last forever and waiting impatiently for the hard days to end.
I gaze at my sweet 5 week old twins and can hardly remember what it was like without them here. That thought reminds me - I don't want these moments to end. Their littleness. Their neediness. Their innocence. I want it forever, yet some nights, when it's just me to take care of two little babies' sadness on an empty tank of sleep, I wish for them to be older. For it to get easier.
I am in the trenches of life. Just as I can not make this weekend last forever, I can not make hard times move any faster - nor should I. The blissful and the ugly are equal in this life. Both so important in making this experience so damn beautiful.
I have to remember that life is now. It will get better and it will get worse, but I cannot focus on that. I have to focus on whatever is happening right now. These babies of mine are changing and growing every single day and I know these sweet newborn fases will only last so long.
So, my mantra every single day is, "All I have to do today is be my babies' mom," and my anxieties wash away. This is the life I've always dreamed of, I must remember that.
Take good care, lovelies.
Well, one month with these sweet twinnies of ours has flown by. It has been the most challenging, breathtakingly beautiful adventure of my life. It still blows my mind that Kyle and I get to raise these babies and love them forever. They're ours. They made us a family. They made me a mother, what I always dreamed to be.
It has been so much fun to see the people (and pets) in our lives interact with these new little ones. Kyle is just the most fun to watch, he loves to play with his girls and always misses them when he's out at work. My heart could burst everytime I see them together. It's so special to see the twins' grandparents light up when they hold them, and their aunts and uncles fight over who gets to snuggle the babies next. My mom and sister come over basically every day to help us (bless them), and if they miss a day they're aching to see the girls again. They are just so incredibly loved and it brings me so much joy to know that they will grow up always having a village to turn to, love on, and grow with.
We had a few really rough days around the 4 week mark, the girls decided to go on a sleep strike and eat every hour and a half day and night. By the time I had finished feeding both babies, I would have about a 45 minute break before the first baby I had fed would start getting hungry again. I thought I was going to loose my mind, but last night they slept almost 4.5 hours in a row through the night!!!!! I almost had a heart attack when I woke up 4 hours after their last feeding and nobody was crying yet. I feel like a whole new woman. After that 4 hour stretch, they slept 3 hour stretches for the rest of the night. It was seriously the best night ever. I even woke up before them this morning and got myself ready for the day! (Which includes and is limited to: braiding my hair, brushing my teeth, and slapping on some mascara).
Our sweet Annie weighed in at 7.5 pounds and 23 inches long at her 1 month check up, and holy moly she is getting so sweet and chunky! The thigh rolls are coming in nice and strong and I love it so much! You can definitely not squeeze a newborn diaper shirt over her big noggin anymore, so she's pretty much exclusively in 0-3 size clothing!
Little Sibby weighed in at 7 pounds and 23 inches long at her check up! You'd think .5 of a pound wouldn't make much difference but you can totally tell when you're holding her how much tinier she is than Annie. She still wears newborn diaper shirts, pants, socks, etc., but is getting too long for anything with feet.
We are loving every minute of these little beans!
Take care, lovelies!
My sweet tiny angels arrived on September 22nd, 2016. I was 37 weeks and 6 days when we went into triage on the 21st to have the babies monitored and hopefully be induced. My doctor had put me on the induction list for Monday the 19th, but it kept getting pushed. Thankfully they decided to keep us after the monitoring at triage and start the induction on the 21st, because I don't know that I could have lasted another day with those little ones on the inside. I'm still so surprised we had to be induced, I was convinced these babes were coming by 36 weeks the latest!
Around 5pm we were sent upstairs to labour and delivery to start the induction, and after that it was go time. Labour lasted 10 hours, including 3 hours of pushing and then our pretty girls were here. I think maybe one day I'll write a more detailed birth story, but I'm still trying to come to terms with how everything went. I am so thankful my girls made it into the world safe and sound, but my birth plan was essentially thrown out the window. All that matters now is that my girls are healthy and happy, but I'm still trying to work through the interventions that we went through. For now, I'll just say how blessed I am to have such an incredible husband. Kyle was just the most perfect support person and I couldn't have done it without him. He was perfect.
Annie Elizabeth Louise was born at 3:07am, weighing 5lbs 11oz, 20 inches long, and Sybelle Kendall Lynn was born shortly after at 3:15am, weighing 5lbs 7oz, 18 inches long.
We stayed in the hospital until Saturday the 24th, and then we were on our merry way home! The first few days home were incredibly difficult, but every day is better and better. We have had the most incredible support that I could have ever asked for. We have been showered in gifts, meals, love, and babysitting services so that we can get a wee bit of sleep. There are honestly no words for how lucky I feel to have had such incredible support.
The girls are two weeks old now and night time is as dreamy as newborn nights can be! They sleep for about 3 hours and then one wakes to be fed. We change her diaper, feed her, and shortly after I'm finished feeding the first baby, the second one will start to stir. The first baby will then be swaddled and will go straight back to sleep. We do it again with the second little one and then back to sleep I go for about 2 hours until next feeding time! Mornings are great, afternoons are good, but by the evening both babies get fussy and sassy and I get incredibly overtired. It's nice to have the night to look forward to when I know the girls will go down and I can get a little break. They both take a soother now which has been super helpful during their evening time fussiness. Our favourite is the Wubbanub, because their favourite thing to do is spit the soother out and then scream because they lost it. The Wubbanub stays right where we need it to be and sometimes they can even get it back into their mouth on their own! It's seriously a Godsend.
The girls are breastfeeding incredibly well, and I'm so grateful for that. It's been such a blessing to be able to feed both babies my milk. We had to supplement a little bit at the hospital because their glucose levels were low, and then a little bit at home when we needed a little break, but at this point they're both 99% breastfed and that makes me feel so proud.
Annie makes the world's craziest faces when she's awake, it cracks Kyle and I up so much. She's got the longest, fluffiest hair ever, it's the sweetest. We think she looks so much like the Gerylo side of the family, which is so fun because she's named partly after Kyle's grandmother who's name was Annie. She loves this little fisher price vibrating seat that we have, she could sit in it for hours. But beware, do not turn off the vibrate even if you think she's in the deepest sleep. She will scream.
Sybelle is the quieter of the two, she makes faces sometimes but mostly just stares wide eyed at everything. She looks exactly like I did when I was a baby, which is so fun! She loves to be held and rocked in the glider, but loves to be bounced even more. She'll keep you on your feet rockin and rollin if you let her.
Both girls love to eat, sleep so well at night, love to be swaddled, and love to be sung to. When they're being fussy or sad, if you hold them close to each other they'll turn to look at each other and settle right down. It's just the beginning of their sweet twin bond and it makes me so so happy.
I just want to remember all of these little things about my first few weeks of motherhood and my girls' first few weeks of life. Kyle and I are just so in love with them. It has been the hardest few weeks of my life, and the most rewarding and beautiful all at the same time. Kyle is the most incredible father, he is a dream come true. It's so hard to believe that just a few short weeks ago we were day dreaming about what these sweet girls would look like, and now they're actually here. My world is turned upside down in the most wonderful way.
I hope you're doing well, lovelies. Take good care!
Here is the room that will be home to our baby girls when they decide to arrive! As I'm writing this, I'm 37 weeks pregnant with these two girlies and I'm just itching to rock them in our glider and dress them in all of their sweet clothes!
The way their room came together has just been absolutely amazing. I picked up little things here and there with no real theme in mind, but the way the colours and gifts we received all fit together in this room with such ease and I couldn't be more happy with how it turned out! Every time I walk in I just feel so relaxed and happy. I love it.
I painted this room long before we were expecting these babies but with the thought in mind that it would be a nursery in the future. I'm still so happy with the colour we chose, the pops of pink make it so girly, but it could have worked for a little boy's room too!
We got the curtains from Fabric Land and my mom (the incredibly talented, crafty lady that made this room come together) hemmed them up so they would fit with the changing table there. The change table was handed down to us from my sweet sister and her babe Sadie, and the little rug in front of it is from Ikea! It was like $4.00, how could I say no?!
I admit, my plans for this room had to change when we found out it would be the room for two babies and not just one, but I'm super impressed that we made everything fit! Two cribs, a glider, side table, change table, dresser, diaper genie, laundry hamper, and even their bassinet can fit in here! It was a bit of tetrus, but I'm so happy we were able to make it work.
Their crib quilt and little knitted blankets hanging on their cribs were both made by my absolutely wonderful mom, the twins will have those blankets for ever and ever and I know they will cherish them just as much as I do. Speaking of my momma, our bassinet was hers when she was just a tiny baby! I love it so much, it's absolutely perfect and the fact that it has been kept in my family since my mom was just a baby is so special.
Our glider was a gift from my aunts, uncles, mom, dad, and sister. It is so incredibly comfortable and I know we'll be spending hours upon hours rocking in that chair. I thought I might need a little side table for the long nights of breastfeeding and snuggles to keep some essentials on (hello lip chap and nipple cream) and this table we had hiding in the basement was the most perfect fit! Kyle made it in high school and it has just been sitting in a corner forever.
Quick story time, we chose a giraffe to be these babies' "theme" animal when we were on our honeymoon in Florida! When we were strolling through the Naples Zoo Gift Shop Kyle said, "lets pick out a stuffed animal to take home." My heart was set on the giraffe, and when we finally decided to choose, we said that this would be the first item we would buy for our future baby. Now we have it sitting up on their shelf above their closet! But that is how we decided to include giraffes in their little nursery and it just makes me so happy to think that these babies were thought of way back on our honeymoon before they even existed!
Without further ado, here is our twin girls' nursery!
I hope you're having the most wonderful day! Take care, lovelies!
Well, we're 36 weeks pregnant with these twin girlies of mine! I truly cannot believe how fast time is flying with this pregnancy. This week we've pretty much been napping, walking in this gorgeous fall weather with little Jackie boy, and being spoiled by my sweet friends and family. My mom and I have been walking together almost every day with our pooches, and we've had lots of visitors that bring us coffee, flowers, and just wonderful visits which really have boosted my spirits.
The girls both reached 5lbs this week! We are so so blessed that they have been growing so well thus far, however Baby A has slowed a little too much in her growth so we have another ultrasound this week to decipher if they need to induce a little bit early. Likely her placenta is starting to degrade due to the lack of space in there (I feel ya lady), so the girls might be better off on the outside at this point. But 5 pounds!! Hallelujah!
The end of this pregnancy has been incredibly uncomfortable, so those visits and little outings have been super helpful to boost my mood when I start wallowing in self-pity. I've been struggling with a torn ab muscle for the past few weeks, and the pain has just been getting worse and worse as these babes pack on the pounds and run out of space. I've been experiencing a little bit of sciatic pain, sleeping troubles, and crazy heartburn, but the worst of it all is PUPPP (Pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy) on my poor belly. I got some crazy stretch marks on my belly and these past 2 weeks, they've been so so so incredibly itchy... I finally did some research and figured out it isn't just itchy skin, it's actually a rash that commonly happens in a multiples pregnancy. Definitely looking forward to seeing the end of that! I've also been having some pretty crazy, but irregular contractions over the past few weeks which keep making me think labor is coming, and then they just stop. At my appointment I was 100% effaced and 2cm dilated so it really could happen at any time, but so far these contractions have just been a big old tease!
But enough of the woahs! I'm so so excited that the time is so near to meet these sweet little girls... my doctor has told us that we will be induced for sure by September 23rd, but after this week's appointment it could be sooner! 9 days or less until these babies are in my arms and I just can hardly wrap my brain around that fact! Our bags are packed, car seats installed, all that we need now are the girls!
I hope you're having the most wonderful day! Take care, lovelies!