February 8, 2007

Happy 7 Week Birthday!

Yesterday, Greta started feeling under the weather. I guess all of this has finally caught up with her. To be on the safe side, she decided to stay home today as to minimize any exposure to the babies. I left work a little early so that I could devote a generous amount of attention to all 3. When I arrived at the NICU tonight, Niklas was off his cannula. He no longer is needing any oxygen and apparently Lukas and Gabbie are getting pretty close to freedom as well. I fed all 3 babies by bottle, and Gabbie finished it this time. This was the first time at the bottle for Lukas who finished his entire bottle, and Niklas who finished about half. A physical therapist also came to check out Niklas while I was there. He had an appointment with his brother and sister last week but his surgery caused him to miss it. At this point he is doing all of the things he is supposed to do.


Anonymous said...

Take care of yourselves so you can take care of those little ones. How exciting about the bottles! You are both such loving and caring parents. Hasn't life changed a bit since this time last year? Lisa D.

Anonymous said...

Great news about the bottles. One step closer to going home and playing with grandma. Keep up the good work. Hope Greta feels better; I'm sure she's pretty worn out. Hugs and kisses to all the babies. Everyone please keep up the prayers.

Anonymous said...

I wasn't done with above comment. ( These dang new fangled computers!)
Love granny

Anonymous said...

Gretie I hope you feel better soon! Jason make sure you take good care of Greta and the babies. I'm so excited that all three babies are bottle feeding, it's amazing to see what a difference just a couple of months makes. Give babies kisses for me!

Love Auntie Sarah

Carrie Socia said...

Greta, feel better soon. You must just be exhausted! Lots of Chicken Noodle soup & sleep (if possible ) :-) Jason, congrats to feeding all three babies... you must be a proud Papa! Best to all of you! Thinking of you often!

Anonymous said...

Both of you guys take good care of yourselves since it looks like these little bundles of joy might be coming home in the near future. What a blessing - I'm so happy the news continues to be good. Will keep up the prayers.
Hugs and kisses to all of you.

Love Aunt Nancy