Week number 19 with the kiddos is here. My odd weeks is when I visit the doctor and get to see pictures of all their little body parts and see them kicking like crazy. Talk about movers! I can't believe I don't feel them more often than I do. My ultrasound tech thinks it's because all three placentas (Okay, I just crossed that line. I'm now the pregnant lady who gives out too much information. No one likes to think about someone else's placentas. Seriously. Sorry. Can't go back now.) are in the front. Lots of padding to refract their tiny little kicks.
So, everyone is doing absolutely wonderful! Which brings me to my overdue thanks. I'm not a big fan of the universal show of gratitude via the blog world, but my heart is completely overflowing with gratitude. If I don't share it, there might be a serious build up, flood, disaster, something.
So, thank you. Thank you to everyone who has ever told us congratulations or thought about the health of our little babies or told us they are praying for our family. It is overwhelming to think about all the prayers and blessing being sent our way to make sure our babies are healthy. We feel them. I know our babies feel them.
'Thank you' seems like two weak, unsuitable words compared to what I want to convey. But the tears flowed freely on my way home from the doc when I realized the support and love these babies have been getting from people they haven't even met yet! I will tell our little dudes how they were prayed here. I will tell them how many people were cheering for their health and safety.
By the way, did I mention I will be telling our two sons and one daughter all this? I wish everyone could have seen what I did when Chris found out he was having two boys and a girl. It will be in my mind forever!
6 arms, 6 hands, 6 legs and 6 feet - all limbs look normal and healthy.
6 kidneys all appear to be functioning.
12 heart chambers all pumping hard and healthy.
3 bladders all full.
6 eyes, 3 lips, 3 noses (I swear baby a has his daddy's nose!).
2 little boy parts.
1 girl part.
Baby A : 11 ounces. (boy)
Baby B: 12 ounces. (boy)
Baby C: 13 ounces. (little girl weighing in the biggest!)
Mama and Papa: pleased as punch. Happy as clams. Tickled pink (and blue).
Thanks again everyone.