Mary on June 28th, 2010

From the Twin-Daddy: Much of my life has been about waiting and plugging along recently.  With the U.S out of the World Cup my primary distraction has been yanked viciously from my grasp by dramatic Ghanaians collapsing to phantom injuries in overtime.   Here is a hint for Ghana’s team, before collapsing and laying down in the […]

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Mary on June 24th, 2010

Yesterday we had one of our last appointments with the Perinators, and we had the same ultrasound technician and perinatologist as our first time (See $2.62). The ultrasound technician was again chipper, and she gave us the run down on each little body part that she checked. When the perinatologist arrived, we greeted her in […]

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Mary on June 20th, 2010

Today is Puck’s first Father’s Day, though admittedly in a year he’ll get to celebrate a first Father’s Day with our boys in his arms. Still, he’s already a dad. You just have to see the look on his face when he has his hands on my belly and feels his sons kick to know […]

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Mary on June 20th, 2010

Even though we live many miles and states from my family, it has been wonderful to share our adventures with them through this blog and phone calls. From that first call on New Year’s Eve after we discovered we were pregnant, through thinking we might have miscarried, then finding out we were having twins, and […]

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Mary on June 17th, 2010

Today our boys are 28 weeks old, and we’ve finally reached Homefree Day! What is Homefree Day? It’s the much anticipated pregnancy benchmark when 90% of children born at 28 weeks survive, and survival rates only continue to improve from there. It is, above all, reassuring to know that our babies could be born now […]

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