Category Archives: Birth Stories

Happy Birthday, Reid and Will!

The weather today was as different as the babies were one year ago.  Today it was a sunny 75 degrees; the babies were born on a freezing, windy snow day.  One year ago, Reid weighed 5′ 3oz and Will 6′ 9oz. … Continue reading

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Mother Love

This post has been sitting in my draft pile for a month.  I’ve been debating whether or not to post it, since I worry what other people may think, and that they might judge me (and, consider yourself forewarned: it’s … Continue reading

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Bringing home twins: week 3

Three weeks into bringing home twins, I can say having 2 babies is easier than I expected it to be (*knock vigorously on wood!*).  Eric and I are both very thankful that they are not our first babies.  I think … Continue reading

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The Twins’ Birth

It was a dark and stormy night when I went into labor with Reid and William. (I told Eric that that’s how they wanted their birth story to start, and that’s why they chose the night of a blizzard!) I … Continue reading

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I believe in Miracles

The next ten days of Adrian’s stay in the NICU were an incredibly difficult rollercoaster, made even harder by my physical state. I broke my tailbone delivering Adrain and was in agony, unable to even walk around the hospital where … Continue reading

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Peace that Passes Understanding

After Adrian was born, Eric and I looked at each other, relieved that everything had gone so smoothly, and so much better than Stephen’s delivery. Until, that is, the nurse inspecting Adrian said, “Doctor? I think there is intestine in … Continue reading

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Welcoming Adrian

WHAT!?” You thought as you read my title. “Weloming Adrian? Isn’t he like…two?” Well yes, he turned 2 on July 29. However, he has a unique birth story that I have never shared on my blog before, and Adrian is … Continue reading

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