Monthly Archives: December 2007

Christmas in the NICU and more

As with every day, we spent the holiday in the NICU with the kids.  We brought Chloe with us so we could all be together for the day.  Bill’s sister Beccy is visiting for the week, and she is really getting … Continue reading

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More NICU Pictures

We went to the NICU today with Chloe to visit the other kids.  Here is the whole crew (Bill’s mom with Noah, Julie with Madison, and Bill with Chloe)     Here is Chloe, slipping down in her carseat as she … Continue reading

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Update on the others

I’ve written so much about Chloe lately, I thought it would be a good time to update everyone on Madison and Noah.   Noah is over 5lbs, amazingly, and is rapidly closing the gap in weight with his sisters.  If … Continue reading

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Chloe’s first days at home

Before you become a parent, you hear about a range of emotions that you just can’t imagine until you are holding a child of your own.  One of these certainly is the bond that develops between a father and a … Continue reading

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The Pitter Patter of Little Feet

Actually, the pitter patter is from our black lab Maggie, but Chloe came home today.  We spent the day with Chloe at the hospital taking over a few cycles of her cares from the nurses.  After 5 or 6 hours we … Continue reading

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It’s a mother and child and child and child reunion

Madison’s moving day finally came, and she was reunited with her siblings at Swedish Medical Center (yay!).  This means a lot less travel for Mom and Dad, and the kids get to sleep together again.  Here are some pictures from … Continue reading

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Come visit us next Saturday (December 15th)

Needless to say, we’ve had a lot going on the last few months, and it seems like we’ve lost touch with many of our friends.  Between Julie’s bed rest starting in September and our now daily visits to multiple hospitals … Continue reading

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