Friday, September 14, 2012

Just Playing

We really love how the kids are playing with each other more and more.
Last Saturday they had some playtime before bath...or was this before dinner?
Such boys...playing with cars.
Of course, they always want the same toy.
Marcos watching Carlos play.
Marcos gets Lightning McQueen back.

Moving on to something else.
Carlitos is doing a lot of pulling up and standing.  Thankfully we are past the stage of getting stuck and not knowing how to get down. That was fun at 2am!
When one is at the window...the other two follow...
Whenever the three hang out wearing just their diapers.  I notice a lot of their scars.  You can see their scar from the PDA surgery on the left side on their backs. I think its huge! Maybe it's just the preemie mom in me.  Just recently I came across  this quote: 
"Never be ashamed of the scars that life has left you.  A scar means the hurt is over, the wound is closed, you endured the pain and God has healed you."
So true and so glad they will not remember.

Not sure if you can tell but the boys got their very first haircut last weekend.  And they look so handsome! Lots of pictures were taken but I'm having a hard time choosing my favorite ones. 

Carlitos is sick, on and off fever.  Sad face.  Please say a little prayer that it passes quickly and the bug doesn't get the rest of them. Is that even possible?
And...big sister's birthday is tomorrow!!! Can't believe she is turning 6!!!


  1. Love, love, love these photos! They all look so big and active :). And may I say that your play room looks amazing.

    The quote brought me to tears. Very powerful. Thanks for sharing.

  2. They are so sweet! :) I have now 10.5 months old triplets that were born 25+1.

  3. My boys were 775g and 740g and girl 660g at birth so if I converted numbers right, they were 1 lb 11 oz, 1 lb 10 oz and 1 lb 7 oz?

    I was in strict bed rest in hospital from week 20 and had cerclage done.

    We were very very lucky and had no major problems in the NICU. We have some eye, lung and heart problems, but nothing too bad. :)