…has gone through a few iterations since we became solely responsible for putting the girls to bed. We’ve tried all sorts since bringing them home from hospital, with varying degrees of success, but I think we’ve finally cracked it with our latest routine. Whether or not this is because we’ve used our hard-won experience to good effect is up for debate, for all I know it might just be that they’re submitting to previously-dormant genetic programming. Continue reading → Our bedtime routine…
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I’d like to dedicate a little post to each of my girls. They will forever be “the girls” and “the triplets” but they are very distinct to each other and have their own personalities.
Ana is our Singleton. Continue reading → Ana
First Halloween with kids in the house. Can’t wait for many more ridiculous outfits such as these. Continue reading → Trick or Treat!
Sucks ass when you’re training your triplet babies to sleep through the night. Continue reading → Changing of hour
Here, babies that are born before 32 weeks and/or with less than 1.5 kilos get a special follow up of their development until the age of 5. Continue reading → Special follow-up
Together 17 years. Married 7. A lifetime ahead of us. This year has blessed us with three beautiful baby daughters. Our little family is now a big family full of stress, sleepless nights, screaming babies, barking dog and silly arguments. It’s also full of laughter, loving hugs, baby smiles, tail wags and hopes and dreams.
If two years ago showed us what pure sadness was about when we lost our precious Emma, this year has showed us that we’re so very lucky in life as well.
I look forward all what’s to come if it’s with you by my side. I’m profoundly happy (even though I have a hard time showing it sometimes) and I’m so proud to have you as my husband and as the father of my children.
I love you.