Just found out myself. Spare a thought of admiration for all the preemie babies of the world as they are the bravest, strongest human beings. What they overcome being so tiny is unbelievable to us mere mortals. Continue reading → Today is World Prematurity Day
4 3/4 months adjusted
Laura is a cheeky little monkey. Continue reading → Laura
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
When you are pregnant and after giving birth, one gets a lot of advice (unsolicited mostly). And while it all comes from a good place (and mainly from women that used to detest unsolicited advice during their pregnancy) I have a hard time telling them “thanks but it really isn’t suitable for triplets” without sounding ungrateful. Continue reading → What’s good for one is not good for three
3 months and 3/4 adjusted.
All growing as they should, great tonicity, etc. Nothing wrong with them which is as much as we could ask for.
Alicia 6.2kg, 61 cms (P50)
Laura 5.2 kg, 59 cms (P15)
Ana 5.9 kg, 60.5 cms (P50)
They got their first shot for prevention of Bronchiolitis (something that could be severe in preemies).
Next step: solids start in less than two weeks!
We’re not strangers to a scare or two when it comes to our triplets. Premature babies are seriously fragile things, you so much as sneeze in their direction and you’re asking for trouble. Even when they’re a few months old they’re not quite as physically developed as similarly aged babies.