Sunday, November 11, 2007
9 weeks

The babies were only 20 days old in this picture, and they look so much tinier than are today.

The babies are doing great. They are exhausting at times, but we have been getting babysitters almost once a week and the break is really good for all of us. David and I took them to Target just to do it yesterday. It went fine, but we were both a little on edge the whole time. I think we need to just do it to get used to it, though.

They are going to bed by 7:30 or 8 every night, which is a great mental break. They are down to one feeding a night (although Jack had two feedings last night) which makes for a little more sleep at night. We're going to put them in their own room sometime this next week. The more sleep we get, the easier it is to deal with the babies during the day.

It seems like there should be more to say, but it's just the same thing every day. Juggling three babies and finding time to be with the older girls, get our work done, get dinner on, and just all the other things that we need to do is just a little harder to do.

The babies are getting bigger and chubbier all the time. They are wonderful and sweet. Caring for three babies is tricky, but I feel like we are figuring it out. I know how quickly they change and grow in the first year and I am looking forward to all of it.
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