During the week we have been the target for many acts of kindness. We have been overwhelmed with the great support from friends and family over this time in our life. Although our home seems crazy at the moment it would definitely be a little more insane without the help that we have received in the past while. Even the teachers at Avery's school put together a little fund raiser to purchase us some diapers. One teacher knitted each of the babies a little sweater and hat. These are people that we do not even really know. We are truly grateful for all of the kindness that has been shown.
As a gift my sister Holly brought her camera equipment, and all of her kids to boot, so we could get a photo shoot. This is one of the shots that she took. I love it. We are looking forward to seeing the rest of the shots. It was alot of work for her but also alot of fun, and we had a great time visiting with her family for the weekend. Thanks sis!
From left to right. Cohen, Andraya, and Sawyer just before we packed them up to bring them home from the hospital.
Here we have them all packed up the cars seats. Once we got them to the van we realized how difficult it was to get them all in. The seats are big enough that they are a tight squeeze into the back seat. I think we need to consider a larger van. I guess that will happen after we move into the bigger house.
Andraya and Sawyer.
We like to keep the trio with us in our bedroom so we can hear them at night. Cohen's oxygen concentrator is noisy and I am not sure that I would hear them over it, if they were in the other room. They all fit snuggly into this bassinet, which a friend lent to us. I wonder how long it will be before they have outgrown this little bed.