Saturday, April 17, 2010


Here's a picture of Brenna shortly before I gave birth to the twins. She has been adjusting to all the changes remarkably well. She has had no problem adjusting to the new house. She loves her new room. As far as the babies, I think she believes that this is how all babies come into the world. They grow in mommy's tummy for a while and then they live at the hospital for a while. I think she also believes that everyone has 2 babies. Although it's hard to balance our time between taking care of Brenna and being at the hospital, she makes this all easier in a way. We still have to be "normal" and be mommy and daddy for her.

Above is a picture of Camdyn's tiny arm and hand. She really doesn't have any fat on her yet, but we are looking forward to seeing her grow.

This is a picture of me holding Camdyn's tiny foot. I just love her sweet toes. They are so adorable.

This is a picture of Cade's "big" foot. His feet and hands look big in comparison to his tiny body. Although he only weighs about 7 ounces more than his sister, he looks much bigger.

Here's a picture of Jimmy holding Cade's hand. I think they have the same fingers and toes. I just love this picture; I think it is so sweet.

This picture was taken one week before I gave birth. Bridget took this picture for me after church. I had no idea that it would be my last pregnancy picture. It was supposed to be my approximate 6 month picture. When I look at this, I think there is no way that I look big enough to deliver twins!


Lexi Lou and Sadie Sue said...

Wow! it just amazes me that, although they are so little and so early, every part of them is so completely and perfectly formed! they are absolute miracles!
Most gracious and giving Heavenly Father, we thank you for the continued miracles you grant to our family every day. Please continue to bless Camdyn and Cade with forward progress, no matter how small it may be. Please give Jimmy and Michelle the comfort and peace of mind to know that You are holding those precious babies in Your healing hands every minute of every day. We ask these things in humble gratitude for what we have already been granted, Amen.

mindy said...

Thank you so much for posting pics of your precious babies. They are so amazing to see! So tiny and so adorable. I can't wait to see them grow. You guys are in our prayers, stay strong!