The comments on my last entry made me cry, more than once. Thank you so much for all the kind words, prayers and seemingly endless support. This blog started out for me as just a fun thing to do to document my pregnancy with triplets, but it's become so much more. It really has helped keep me sane through everything and been my therapy in a way. And it's helped me to meet so many amazing people who love Jack too, even without ever having known him. That means the world to me.
A lot of people in my 'real life' read this blog, and that's fine. But I've had so many strange moments with people, where I've started to tell them a story and they've said, oh you told me that already or wanted to show them pictures of the girls and they say, I saw these already. I think I'm losing my mind.... hmm, when did I tell them that story? And I just picked these pictures up!
Then it slowly dawns on me, that they must read my blog. Now I tend to go the other extreme and assume EVERYONE reads it. When I say, "So you know how the girls were baptized..." and someone says NO, really? When? How was it? I think.... are you playing with me or do you really not know? LOL
It has left me with very little to talk about with some people. We can talk about the blog. And then I write about talking about the blog... that's very meta, isn't it? I'm so hip.
Also, I finally started the site for Jack's Fund. There's not much on it now, but at least it's up! We are starting to plan the golf tournament for this summer, which I think is going to be a lot of fun. If only I knew anything about golf.
Here are some pictures that if I know you in real life I will try and show you next time you come over. Just humor me and pretend you never saw them.
We've got a little Mom's Group where we meet in the park on Wednesday and it's been really nice. The girls LOVE the swings, especially Katie, she kicks her legs and starts squealing the minute you put her in.
The girls always wake up SO happy. They were so cute the other day after their nap I just had to put them in Katie's crib together and take some pictures... and of course, Charlotte quickly grew unhappy. She wanted out of the crib, immediately. I was laughing so hard taking these pictures I was crying.
Poor Katie. She at first seems concerned for Charlotte, tries to comfort her even, then grows amused, then decides... eh, the hell with it, I'll just chew on her arm.