Friday, August 28, 2009

Updates...

Rogue - 14lbs 3oz / 25.5inches
Jade - 12lbs 3oz / 24.5inches
Phoenix - 14lbs 1oz / 24.75inches
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Jade is still not gaining as much weight but we finally think we have a grasp of her reflux now...we have now doubled her dose of medicine and she has now begun to eat without screaming bloody murder...
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Those were the updates from our doctors appointment. We had our normal doctors appointment on Tuesday of this week along with our 6 month NICU checkup on Thursday. With our NICU checkup we had some developmental therapists come in and evaluate the girls. Everything is looking pretty good...Phoenix and Rogue need to go back for an additional check up in a few months. They both have a little bit of extra tightness in a few of their extremities. We have had sort of a busy week...two doctors appointments, which takes a lot out of the girls and us. Megan also worked on Wednesday for some overtime...Dave Ramsey has gotten to us...we want to dig ourselves out of this hole. Life has been busy and won't die down until next weekend but we will go with the flow...one foot in front of the other and repeat the process...
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Here are few pictures...ENJOY
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This is why you don't spit up when your laying on your stomach because you have to lay your head somewhere...with three babies its hard to know everytime they blow chow.

Nix showing her cubbie pride with her blue eyes ablaze...too bad the cubs aren't any good...


Thing 1 - Rogue, Thing 2 - Jade, and Thing 3 - Phoenix...


Rogue with mama...


Jade our little punk girl...
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Until Next Time...BYE

1 comment:

KEEPER OF THE CHEERIOS said...

Your girls are adorable :O) My daughter had GERD pretty bad for about 2 months, bad enough that she spent an extra 2 weeks in the NICU and had to come home on an apnea monitor and 2 meds...but, we finally got it under control after adding cereal directly to her bottle...Oh My Gosh, a new kid! She went from the girl on The Exorcist, to a tiny little dribble all due to thickening her food. She was off all meds and monitor by 3 months old. I'm not sure what you're doing for your daughters Gerd, (i havent read down that far :O) but thought i'd let you know that i know how you feel!!!