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My little boys

Just a few pictures of the boys. Both boys are growing like little weeds. I think Greg is trying to catch up with Nikolas.

This is what Greg’s face looks like 95% of the time. He is the happiest baby.

See ya next week.

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Baby legs

In the photo I used for Wordless Wednesday, Greg was not wearing socks. Those are called Baby Legs. Babies wear them to keep their legs warm, keep from skinning up their legs when they start crawling, etc. In the photo you can see Greg’s little toes peeking out.

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Wordless Wednesday

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Pictures

I haven’t done any quilting since Greg was born. Greg is very good, sleeps, eats and poos. ;o Doesn’t require being rocked but he does require his paci. I have found the pattern I will be using for the next mini booty swap and hope to pick up the tea towel, background fabric and backing fabric next week. No, you can’t see it might give it away. Here are a few photos of my 2 beautifully handsome grandsons. ­čśÇ ┬áNikolas loves Greg and is very helpful, when asked. ┬á┬áLacy let’s Nikolas think he is holding the baby. Nikolas tells Greg “shhhh” when Greg’s little world falls apart. I can’t imagine who would teach Nikolas to tell Greg that. ­čśÇ Nikolas and I point at each other and when our fingers touch we buzz. ┬áHave a great week! Sew lots

P.S. I haven’t took the time to thank everyone for their prayers the day Greg was born. Your prayers were heard as due to an error that was quickly corrected, Greg and Lacy both┬ácould have┬ádied. Unfortunately, two nurses have been suspended and will probably loose their license. It is really hard for me to still talk about nor do I want to but I know if all my friends had not been praying the story would have had a different ending. Thank you so much and may God richly bless each of you.

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Lacy got bumped

The hospital only┬á schedules 4 “elective” inductions on any given day. I don’t consider it “elective” if there is a medical problem but unfortunately I’m not running things at that hospital. Lacy was bumped by 2 women that had went 42 wks, 1 needed a c section and the last had to have her baby today so she could have gallbladder surgery. Lacy was very disappointed but understood being bumped. Lacy did talk to a nurse who is a Capt. who was very sweet and sympathetic to Lacy and told Lacy she was scheduled tomorrow and could not be bumped again. Lacy calls in the morning to find out what time to be there. So Lacy has 1 more day of pain and I have 1 more day to get things ready for baby Greg. I’m going to take pictures today of all the clothes that boy has. No baby has ever had so many clothes and blankets. I stopped counting blankets at 30. Their friends┬áhave been so good to them giving them clothes and blankets and socks. Oh did I mention that Greg won’t need socks until he starts to school?

Have a great day and please keep Lacy and Greg in your prayers tomorrow.

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Still here

Thank you everyone for the thoughts and prayers. Lacy is still not feeling well but since she started taking the meds prescribed to her we have noticed the pain is worse when she sits up to long. Greg has been doing leg kicks and arm stretches from the looks of his mommy’s tummy. Everyone has done their thing at the lab and we will find out if any of us can’t give blood on Friday. Today we have no dr appts. If you would like you can check out my crochet blog to see what I have been doing at the dr office.

Hope everyone is having a great quilting week!

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Baby Greg

The doctor is trying to hold Greg in until Jan. 27th as Lacy is so anemic she can not afford to loose any blood, we will all be tested next week to see if our blood can be given to Lacy during delivery. Also, Lacy’s blood pressure shot up almost to stroke level and they are hoping to get that leveled off and stay down. I am reading blogs but replying very little. Sew needless to say my machine is collecting dust. Please keep Lacy and Greg in your prayers and thoughts.

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Monday Monday

My plan was to show Greg’s finished zoo animal quilt in this post but I didn’t get a chance to take a picture of it. Lacy had hard cramps all night with spotting on Sunday night. Monday morning she went in and let her doctor check her. Doctor said she was in the very early stages of labor but it could take all week. ­čśŽ If Lacy hasn’t had Greg by Friday she will go back to the doctor. So if you would like to see pictures of the washer, dryer, vacuum, me chasing Nikolas┬áand folded laundry I can help you. ­čśë I was just too tired to do anything fun. I need to get ahead on my┬á quilting post so it don’t look like I feel off the internet. Have a wonderful Tuesday!

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Baby C

Lacy came home with a ton of pictures of Baby C. Baby C slept through the whole thing which was good for the tech because the tech got better pictures. Here is my favorite picture of our sleeping baby.┬áThat wide turned up nose comes from Popa. We compared these photos to Nikolas’s ultrasound photos and it was like looking at the same baby. Twins?? Two years apart?? Oh and our baby is. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Greg.

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