Bye bye bottles!

Finally we said our goodbyes to the bottles. I was dreading this transition thinking it is going to be so hard (X4) but it was actually not that bad. Yesterday I even cleaned out the counter space where we had our “bottle station”. It has been 5 days and everyone is going strong, yay! At the 12 months checkup, the pediatrician was happy with their weights and their growth si she gave us the OK to quit formula. But I wasn’t ready! I thought it is going to be the biggest deal ever!

Look at that big smile, she is so proud!

Look at that big smile, she is so proud!

Like I said in my last post, Alexis was the first one to be done with formula. She just didn’t want it anymore.

So for a while, while the others were still taking their morning and bedtime bottle, I would sit her at the quad table and give her finger foods. She always looked very proud of herself πŸ™‚ Because I was nervous to take the bottles away from the other 3, we continued to offer them each morning and night. But then Andrew wasn’t really interested anymore so he joined Alexis at the quad table. Hannah and Isaac did not show any intentions of being done with the bottles, instead they would gulp up 7 oz every.single.time! I was nervous. Ever since the quads came home from the hospital, they were all on the same schedule, they all did the same thing and now we had 2 in the Rock & Plays taking bottles and 2 at the table. Not good. So I woke up one morning last week feeling very brave and decided to hide the Rock & Plays since the babies associated them with “bottle time”. Once everyone was awake, I sat them at the quad table and I acted like that is our routine. Isaac looked very confused… but he went along. Hannah concerned me the most since at that point she was the only one that was not interested AT ALL in whole milk. Not even a sip. Well, breakfast went pretty well, but I decided to offer a bottle to Hannah and Isaac, just in case. They didn’t want it and I didn’t insist. Same thing at night. Next day I stopped the bottles completely and that was it, no turning back. That day Hannah started taking little sips of whole milk out of her sippy cup, she loved the water but she still wasn’t happy with cow’s milk. To our surprise, just a couple days later she started drinking whole milk like it was her favorite thing ever, phew! πŸ™‚ At bedtime, instead of a bottle, the quads get a snack with milk of course. They’ve been sleeping well and seem to be very happy.
When we first introduced sippy cups, we got the Nuby Sippy Cups. They worked pretty well for the quads since they were beginners. They mostly chewed on the silicon spouts but we considered that “training” πŸ™‚ Then we switched them to the Playtex Twist ‘n Click LidΒ because we happen to have them at home. We use those for milk. They babies really like them and so we adventured to Babies R Us one day to get them some more, but we couldn’t find any so we tried the Tommee Tippee Β Explora Training cups. Great cups! No spills and fun colors. But it took a few days for the quads to get used to them, the flow is a little faster than what they were used to. As of right now, everyone is very happy drinking water and milk out of big kids sippy cups and once again Mommy & Daddy couldn’t be happier! I have to admit…. IΒ was sad cried a few tears yesterday while cleaning our the bottle station… But I looked forward to this moment every night back when I used to fix 32 bottles for the following day. From 32 we went down to 24 and so on. One shelf in our fridge was designated to bottle only and not all were able to fit in there!

32 bottles ready for the next 24 hours

32 bottles ready for the next 24 hours

Our fridge almost a year ago!

Our fridge almost a year ago!

Less bottles, more sleep :)

Less bottles, more sleep πŸ™‚

Here are the quads, mastering their sippy cups!

Andrew

Andrew

Hannah

Hannah

Alexis

Alexis

Isaac

Isaac

The crew

The crew

I love this picture of all 4 drinking out of sippy cups!

I love this picture of all 4 drinking out of sippy cups!

Smiley faces :)

Smiley faces πŸ™‚

Have a great week everyone!
Lori.

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Reunited for the 1st time!!

It’s been a while since my last post. I wish I could spend more time writing about our babies. I keep thinking things will slow down at some point, but I doubt it. Maybe once we settle down and everyone is home. I am happy to say that the Quads are doing wonderful. They are 6 weeks already, actually they are minus 4 weeks πŸ™‚ 36 weeks gestational. They changed so much! We have big babies!! The boys are 5 pounds 10oz, Alexis is 5 pounds 3oz and Hannah right at 5 pounds. Everyone is breathing on their own and they only have the feeding tube left. They all look so good and everyday we get great evaluations from the doctors. They are periodically tested for different things (hearing, vision, tummy & head scans, etc.) just to make sure they develop and grow. The best environment for them would still be inside my belly, for 4 more weeks, but they are doing very good and they are very well cared for at Northside. That’s why they have to be there, not because they are sick. They are not sick. Many people think there is something wrong with them. I would think that too if I wouldn’t have to go through this journey probably, but now I’ve learned so much about preemies. They still need to sleep as much as possible so even though we are so excited to see their pretty eyes and hang out with them while they are awake, we keep it to a minimum. The nurses call it “touch time” when it’s time time to feed them and change their diapers. It’s a lot better than before. We do hold them more and we actually bottle feed them (I breastfeed them too), give them baths (they all LOVE bath time!), change outfits and all that cute stuff. They know our voices and now that they are all in the same pod, they get jealous!! They hear us when we get there and many times they all start fussing. The nurses tell us how everyone has been behaving until we got there πŸ™‚ So cute!

Yesterday was the first time the Quads got together! It was a unique moment… They had a little play date in Isaac’s crib πŸ™‚ I wonder if they feel something special for each other already.

The Quads! from left to right: A- Isaac, B- Hannah, C- Alexis, D- Andrew

The Quads! from left to right: A- Isaac, B- Hannah, C- Alexis, D- Andrew

The Lupei Quads

The Lupei Quads

Their 1st play date :)

Their 1st play date πŸ™‚

Hannah & Alexis

Hannah & Alexis

Love!

Love!

Isaac & Andrew

Isaac & Andrew

Brothers :)

Brothers πŸ™‚

Isaac and Hannah

Isaac and Hannah

These are our treasures! When I saw all 4 of them together… it just melted my heart! Very soon one of them is coming home! I will make sure to have a special post about that πŸ™‚

One VERY blessed Mommy,
Lori.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 pounders !

The Quads are looking better and better as the days go by. They are getting closer to 4 weeks now and everyone is gaining weight just like they are supposed to! Every now and then I post pictures of them on Quads from Heaven facebook page, so Like us on Facebook πŸ™‚ Sometimes it’s so much easier to write a little something there or post a picture than write a whole post for the blog. Time has a different meaning for me now. If I have extra time, I try to sleep. I never appreciated sleep so much and I think once the babies will come home, things will change even more. Because I pump so often, I don’t know what a good night sleep is anymore. For now I am able to provide milk for all 4 babies and that is so rewarding for me.

The little munchkins are getting chubby! It’s hard not to kiss their cheeks but we just have to be patient and wait until they are ready for all the love πŸ™‚ Hannah is 4 pounds 0,4oz; Alexis is 4 pounds 0,5oz; Isaac is 4 pounds 7,5oz and Andrew is 4 pounds 8oz. Hannah graduated to the 7th floor last week. It was a surprise because we thought one of the boys will go upstairs. Moving to the 7th floor means they are doing good on their breathing, not needing much help, they tolerate their feeds well, they are gaining weight like they are supposed to and so on. Miss Hannah was the first one to break the ice and we hope the others will follow her soon. Up there she has her own little room.

Last week Isaac had some tummy trouble. The doctors checked him out every day, they took x-rays of his tummy to see if there is something wrong. He had an IV in his hand and that’s how he got his fluids and his antibiotics while they stopped his feeds. He wasn’t allowed to have any milk until they figured out what or if something was wrong with him. He was so fussy and he cried a lot… I had a very hard time those few days. It was heartbreaking to hear him cry so much. But he ended up being fine, the doctors think he might have had a reaction the the additives they put in the milk they fed him and so they are watching him closely to see what makes his tummy hurt so they can eliminate that. Because they are premature babies, they don’t get the milk just as it is. There are some additives that go in the milk to help the babies grow and develop. Once they reach 40 weeks, they will get breast milk or formula without anything else added. In the other crib, Andrew was acting up a little too. He had a bladder infection. So he is still on antibiotics for a couple more days, but he is fine. He is breathing most of the time on his own, but sometimes he needs a little bit of help from his oxygen cannula. He has days when it’s completely off and other days when he needs it back on. But overall he is doing really good.

Alexis is now in an open crib too, just like her siblings. That is so exciting for us. She has been in the incubator for the longest time, these last few days only because there were no cribs available. She was getting too hot in there! She had to be back on her CPAP for a couple of days but things are progressing well with her too. Because of those big oxygen tubes pressing on her face, her eyes were very puffy and we were so worried. It seems like it’s normal for the babies in the NICU to have puffy eyes but she was the only one out of the quads. Her eyes look so much better and she is showing us her pretty smile everyday. She is such a sweet little girl, all the nurses are in love with her. Doesn’t cry much, there has to be something serious going on to make her cry. I enjoy holding her and I wish time would stop when I see how happy and how good she feels when we hold her skin to skin.

I never mention anything about this but I have to say it because it is one more proof that God really is in control of our situation and He is providing for our family. For the longest time we were trying to figure out how are we going to get a minivan. This was not the time for buying a car and having a car payment every month. Time was passing by and I told Oly so many times “we are about to have these babies and we have no car for them! what are we going to do?” . Well, the babies arrived and we still had no plan for getting a car. I knew somehow, at the right time, we will manage to get a car but I just couldn’t figure out how. One day, Oly got phone call from a friend of his from Chicago. Him and his wife wanted to GIVE us their minivan. Not to get rid if it, but to help us. Before Oly went to Chicago to pick it up, they took it to a shop, put new tires on it, change the oil and some other things that needed to be replaced, cleaned it and prepared it for us. The only thing missing was probably a big red bow on top of it:) Dinu and Mona, you guys cannot imagine what your gesture means for us and our babies. Nobody gives you a minivan, especially one that is in a very good condition and it drives so well. God has worked through this family the way we never thought it’s possible. So thank you, thank you, thank you! We’ll never be able to express our gratitude enough but every chance we have, we’ll try to pay it forward any way we can. It’s amazing how this world could change if we just pay it forward every day. And I don’t mean by doing big things, but even the smallest, like giving up the best parking space you found, to somebody else (that came to mind because I always have a hard time finding parking spots at the hospital). Anything means something. All the blessing that we receive from above are the answer of all the prayers that have been lifted for us. Many of you don’t know our exact needs, but just because you are praying, it means so much!

In the next days we are going to start packing! Oh, you thought our blessings list has ended? Oh no πŸ™‚ Everything is falling into place, AT THE RIGHT TIME. We are moving into a house! Raising 4 babies in a 2 bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor did not sound like a good idea at all, but after months and months of looking for a house that we could afford, we gave up. Honestly we did everything in our power to figure out our living situation but nothing was coming together. Can you imagine the stress we were going through, being pregnant with quadruplets, I had to quit my job, no minivan, no house, only one income… At some point I decided that I will not talk about all this anymore, I will not try to figure things out anymore, I will not think about it anymore. It was all on my hubby’s shoulders. And I would look at him after a long day at work and wonder why he looks so drained of energy… Having all this on your shoulders and not being able to do much, it drives you crazy. But once again, God didn’t let us down. He showed us that walking in faith is what He wanted us to do. By the time the babies will start coming home, they will have their nursery ready and a warm, perfect home to welcome them. As I said before, I will never understand why He choose us, why He wanted to change our lives so drastically, but we thank Him everyday; we feel so blessed and every time we look at our babies, it’s like heaven’s angels came down and they are part of our family now. We would not change a thing, this whole experience has been amazing. Even the hard days when we struggle, when I cry because as a new Mom I just want to hold my babies and have them with me all the time, these days are worth it too. Even the nights when it’s time to go home and our babies still don’t come with us, that stabbing pain is worth it too. We have each other and no matter what we have to go through, we will happily do it. Because our four miracles are worth it!

Hannah's new room

Hannah’s new room

A little bundle - Hannah

A little bundle – Hannah

A sleeping angel, Alexis

A sleeping angel, Alexis

 

Isaac and auntie Lois

Isaac and auntie Lois

Mr.Chubbs, Andrew! pure cuteness

Mr.Chubbs, Andrew! pure cuteness

Lori.

 

 

 

 

 

The amazing milestone ~ 28 weeks

I don’t even know how to start this post. Maybe by saying how EXCITED I am today!!! Oh gosh… we’ve reached 28 weeks! This has been our main goal for such a long time. Sometimes I felt like it’s so far away, I thought we’re never going to make it. It is SO important that our babies have reached this milestone, I am going to cry!! At 28 weeks the babies are ready to meet us, meaning they have huge chances of surviving outside of the womb. Of course we would prefer that they wait a little longer in there, there’s no rush. But if I were to deliver any day now, it would be ok. They would still spend time in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) but I think we can say they are safe to enter our world. Everyone is excited, not just us – the nurses that enter my room congratulate us. The Labor and Delivery section from Northside has different floors. My room is on the HRP floor (High Risk Pregnancies). So everyone here knows very well how important it is to get to 28 weeks. Everyone’s goal is to get to this stage. Right now I am the only one carrying quads and many of the nurses said I am their first patient they have worked with that is expecting 4 babies. They are all wonderful ladies that take such good care of me.

I don’t know what I will do today but I know it’s a happy day. The babies have been doing so good and my contractions are very light, I guess I am more relaxed too, knowing that I am here under the dr’s supervision. Yesterday I had so many visitors and surprises, it was wonderful. Oly’s baby brother, Naty (he is 20 but he is still the baby of the family and I love him so much) works nearby and he came to see me twice in the same day! We got him a parking pass, so he can come and go as he likes. Then a good friend of mine from work, Shannon,Β  stopped by with her kids. That made me so happy! I had no idea they were coming. And the kids brought the babies the cutest lovies ever! I have them by my window so I can see them all the time πŸ™‚

The Quads lovies :) Aren't they so cute?

The Quads lovies πŸ™‚ Aren’t they so cute?

At the end of the day my in-laws came by with auntie Ada, so I ended my day with family around me once again, which is wonderful. Naty was here already, Oly surprised me and came straight from work. I was so glad that my hubby was here too. I was given a different room with a better view, because I’ll be here for a long time. Now I don’t have to look out of my window and see a wall, here is much better! I can see the King & the Queen buildings again and I love it. So Oly moved all my stuff once again. We need to buy an air mattress for him, like a twin size to make sure it fits in here, so he can sleep better and actually get some rest. I am so happy that he stays with me almost every night.

the view

the view

My room

My room

From this day on we just count the days. I am setting a new goal, which is 30 weeks and the 32 weeks. Hopefully even 34! We thank God for every single day. We’ve come so far only by His grace. And we’ll continue the same way, following His plan. People ask me often how did I manage to carry these babies so far and what did I do to have such a healthy high risk pregnancy. I did what the doctors have told me to do, so I followed instructions, but at the end of the day, the life of these miracles are in the hand of God.

Happy 28 weeks Babies! Mommy and Daddy love you all more than words can express! We can only imagine that day when our pregnancy journey ends and we get to hold these precious angels! And then the real fun begins πŸ™‚

Our life is in Your hand

Our life is in Your hand

Lori.
28 weeks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Showers of blessings

What an amazing day!Β  I had a second baby shower yesterday with all my friends from work. Over the years, relationships have grown so much and I got to make some amazing friends that I do miss a lot now. Some of them are just like family and I know we’ll cherish each other forever. Each of these ladies have taught me something along the years and I admire and appreciate every single one of them.

All the ladies

All the ladies

 

Getting to feel some kicks, but the babies were shy :)

Getting to feel some kicks, but the babies were shy πŸ™‚

Soon to be the Quadfather and I :)

Soon to be the Quadfather and I πŸ™‚

Bennett waiting for us to arrive, by the gate. Love this munchkin so much!

Bennett waiting for us to arrive, by the gate. Love this munchkin so much!

One of my favorite things from this baby shower were the letters for the quads. I’ll explain. One of the girls (Aunt SuSu) had the best idea ever. Each letter looked something like this:

Dear Lupei Babies,

I hope you learn ……
I hope you love ……
I hope you are not afraid …..
I hope you never forget ……
etc.
So each person filled out a letter, sign it and all of them went into a special binder. I read them last night and the one that touched me the most and several people wrote it down was ” I hope you never forget how much Mommy and Daddy wanted you!” , so true! Of course that one made me cry! These are all wonderful women and I thank them all for celebrating the quads with me!

From there, we went to a restaurant to meet the Lupei family and celebrate my mother-in-law’s 60th birthday. She is such a role model and we all love her so much! Her prayers are the foundation of our family and she’s just like a rock. No matter what happens, she’s there for each and every one of us. A wonderful wife, mother and grandma. It was a fun, fun night. And I was so excited to be part of it, I said the only reason I would miss it would be if I am in the hospital. So now back to “my small world”, at home, in bed πŸ™‚ But I am happy! SO happy!! Soon we will get to hold these precious miracles in our arms. Soon our lives will be totally different!

fun Bday dinner

fun Bday dinner

picture time after dinner

picture time after dinner

I love this picture of Oly and his Mom!

I love this picture of Oly and his Mom!

60 beautiful roses

60 beautiful roses

This is just the start of the birthdays in the Lupei family. Most of us were born in August or September. We’ll see when the quads will decide to show up πŸ™‚

Lori.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

~26~

Happy to say that today I am 26 weeks! 2 weeks away from the BIG milestone! We woke up early this morning, my bag was all packed and we were ready to go to Northside and get admitted. That’s because yesterday I had an appt with my OB and even though she was not worried about me, she felt like it might be time to be on hospital bed rest. I am having contractions, but it’s not that bad. And for now there are just a few. But she said that based on the next day’s check up (meaning today) at the Perinatal office, I will most likely be admitted. So last night we packed the last little things and we set our minds that we’re both going to the hospital but only one of us is coming back home.

 26 weeks

26 weeks

Things turned around in out favor! Today my cervix looked better than last week, it went from 2,5 to 3cm. I guess being really careful and staying home on strict bed rest does help. Contractions are also normal at this stage in the quad pregnancy. I do have some really bad headaches, sort of migraines I would say, but that’s because of theΒ increased blood volume and circulation. I think I need to start drinking coffee again! I used to love coffee until I got pregnant, then I lost all my interest in it. Babies looked very good, fluids continue to be great so what else could I ask for? I was happy to hear “You are going home!”. I don’t have measurements for the quads, they only do it every 2 weeks, to give them time to grow.

 

The thought of soon becoming parents is sinking in more and more. And we do feel truly blessed to have four angels sent from above. Can’t wait to meet them !!

Lori.

26 weeks

Good to be home

As most of you know, this week has been a little different. On Monday I had an appointment at Atlanta Perinatal Consultans, my regular every 2 weeks check up. I wasn’t nervous but I had a feeling that things might have changed a little bit. But because I was “ready” for not so good news, it went pretty well, I think. It’s easy to freak out … don’t we all want to hear good news all the time? Especially when there are little hearts (that depend on you) involved. Thankfully, the babies are good, growing day by day just like they should. It’s so nice to see them every now and then, because I always feel them!! It’s fun now that they move so much. We already know who’s the leader, who’s the crazy one, who’s the laid back one, but we can’t wait to see if it’s going to stay that way when they enter this world. For example baby D keeps us entertained the most! She is extremely active and truly believes that she deserves the most space! She stretched all over my left side, pushing baby B down and baby C to the side. She moves so much that sometimes my belly changes into different shapes, it looks pretty crazy – believe me! I like to talk to them and it’s just so fun. Today I asked them if they would like to eat something and of course baby D kicked right away πŸ™‚ I thought it was so cute, even though it was probably a coincidence. My belly is very wavy sometimes, we just look at it and wonder what is going on in there! So yes, the quads are growing beautifully and that makes us SO happy. We get more and more excited to meet them but they better stay in there as long as possible.

infant_bodysuit-001Here are the weights for the quads (at 25 weeks):
Baby A: 1 p, 15 oz
Baby B: 1 p, 15 oz
Baby C: 2 p, 1 oz
Baby D: 1 p, 14 oz
Wonderful!!!

I am doing pretty good too. Some things have changed though but I am not worried. I am blessed to have a lot of encouragement around me and some very nice quad Mommas that have been on this exact journey reaching out to me! Busy Moms of quadruplets, some of them have other kids besides their quads, and they take time for me? That is amazing! I appreciate every single one of them and I appreciate our families, friends, just everyone that cares and prays for us.

My cervical length got shorter from last time. Used to be 4cm and now it’s down to 2,5. But it’s still firm and high enough so that’s very good. It only means I need to be on strict bed rest from now on and be more careful. Also I’ve been having contractions. I could tell sometimes that I feel something weird, some sort of pain and toughness of the belly but not too bad. Those are contractions, sort of the “mild” ones. They had me lay down at the doctor’s office so they can monitor them. I had a few. At that time I thought I will get admitted in the hospital. But I didn’t! It’s still ok. I am taking Indomethacin for 48h to help the uterus relax, it seems to think it’s time to deliver. Think again uterus! We still have a long way to grow together so please work with me!!! I am also taking a set of steroids shots, to help mature the babies lungs. That’s because we know they will come earlier than 40 weeks so their lungs need a little help. Those shots are not that bad; they sting and once you’re done…it’s hard to walk because of the pain but it goes away pretty quickly. This is nothing compared to other things so I don’t mind at all. Today was my first shot (a great celebration of 25 weeks) and tomorrow is my second. Today I went back to the doctor’s office, this time to see my OB and hear what she has to say about staying home or getting admitted. She has a special way of explaining me things without getting me worried! Same thing with my Perinatologist. Wonderful ladies! They both decided that it’s fine for me to be home (yay!) until my next appointment and then we’ll see what’s happening again. I guess from now on that’s how we roll. If I get serious contractions, then I go in. I’ll keep you guys posted.

To celebrate my 25 weeks, I will end this post on a sweet note πŸ™‚ This is a must at our house these days!

Lori.
nutella

Twenty one!

fallbannerΒ Β  You think time is flying by, well not for me! When I look back, I am surprised to see how far we’ve come and that we are at 21 weeks in this pregnancy already. But not being able to do anything or go anywhere makes me feel like time is not passing by fast enough! That feeling on Sunday nights, getting ready for bed because you have a whole new busy week ahead of you… I miss that! I thought that when I won’t be able to work anymore, one of the best things will be to know that I don’t have to get up so early every morning. But when there’s nothing to keep you busy, days are so long! And if you have insomnia, like me, nights are even longer! So guys, appreciate your jobs, school, whatever you do everyday that keeps you busy. It’s pretty boring otherwise.

Other than my lack of activity, which I guess is good for me right now, because I am not able to do anything anyway, it’s all good. I know for a fact that the quads are growing everyday, because my belly is huge πŸ™‚ I feel them kicking more and more, stronger and stronger. I am not sure who is right by my belly button, but whenever he/she kicks… ouch! I guess that area is more sensitive. I wake up in the morning because someone is not happy about me laying on one side or the other, so they kick me! And even after I turn, they won’t leave me alone until I grab some breakfast! It’s funny, I am having fun with my babies even now, before they are born. And I can already tell it is not about me anymore. Tomorrow we’re going back to the Perinatal office, so it’s exciting, especially because soon-to-be Daddy is coming with us! I can’t wait to see his face when he sees the babies so big and how they move around in their own bubbles. It’s been a while since last time he got to join us. And I am happy that I actually have something on myΒ  schedule for tomorrow, haha! I have to plan my morning in order to be able to leave the house on time. It’s a lot of work now to just get ready to go somewhere, believe me. After I shower, I have to rest. Sometimes I feel like taking a nap, that’s how much energy I put into it. And I am talking about a 10min shower, not half an hour. Then I blow dry my hair, that’s another exhausting task. I never do that anymore, unless I go to the doctor’s office. So, you think my life has changed? No way! πŸ™‚

Last week I had some special little visitors, my boys! They were so cute! They made a banner for me, glued pictures of them on it and they all wrote me a little something. I loved Bennett’s scribble-scrabble! They have so much energy! It was so good for me to see them. They made the highlight of the week. Fletcher was wondering if we found suitable names for our boys, he knew we already picked the names for the girls. Well…
namesI got a great book from my sis-in-law, Adina. It’s such a cute book and it’s supposed to make it easier, right? Does everyone have such a hard time figuring out what to name their babies, like us? We got so many suggestions, but nothing sounds good. I go through the book and every time I find something I like, Oly doesn’t like it. If he finds something that he likes, I don’t like it! So we keep going back and forth like that. In the end, I know we’ll make a good decision, we just have to figure it out. There are so many cute names out there but we don’t feel like they match our babies, it’s crazy!

That’s it for now, form my extremely busy life to yours:) Quadruplets updates coming soon, can’t wait for tomorrow!

Good night everyone! I’ll be on night guard again, since I am not sleepy at all.

Lori

21 weeks, 1 day