Lame!!!! I live in ItalyJuly 26
Its like people take one look at me and hate me I just I just don't get it :P
I'm sure she'll come around! And yes, they are identical. People have a lot of trouble telling them apart, especially in pictures.
When I was pregnant she didn't really think much of it. Once they got here it was kind of a shock since most of my attention went to them, but she loves her brothers a lot and now that she's older she understands that they are a lot of work and I love her just as much. I'm sure yours will love her little brother or sister, but it takes time for them to get used to the idea.
Pics are up! Charlotte was almost 3 when the boys were born.
Yeah it really blows, but they're great now! I'll try to post comparison pics from birth to two yearsI've been meaning to.
I had massive complications, extreme pre-e, HELLP syndrome and I delivered them at 30 weeks. That was really tough, especially knowing that my children would have to spend so long in the hospital. When they were born, it was hard because of all of their health problems and trying to spend time with my daughter while going to the hospital all the time. Once they were all home, my sister stayed with us for a while so that was a huge weight taken off of our shoulders. The hardest thing was probably sleep since there was usually at least one awake. Now it's definitely not as hard, they are such sweet little men, I get triple the kisses, triple the laughs, triple the smiles. Tantrums are a little difficult but thankfully they aren't a daily occurence.
Lame!!!! I live in ItalyOctober 17
Look my names on there yay I feel loved, hows the baby and the bump?
Thank you so much! We were told that multiples skipped generations so we thought maybe my daughter would have twins and I'd have all singletons but when we saw three on the ultrasound my husband and I freaked out a little. I think the pregnancy was much harder than raising them in my opinion.
You're not being nosey at all! We were shocked, surprised, nervous and also blessed when we found out. I had what felt like millions of ultrasounds since I was so high risk so I saw them a lot more often than my older daughter. And yes! Twins run strongly in my family. Like I said I'm an identical twin, my mom has sisters who are identical twins and my uncle had twin boys. At one of my many hospital visits during pregnancy I actually met a lady who was pregnant with triplet girls and we see each other a lot. We always joke that each boy will marry one of the girls and will all each have multiple kids who all look the same.
It's very hectic! Imagine the terrible twos times three, it's not always pretty lol. I love them to death though! I am an identical twin so multiples were never new to me. The hardest part was the first couple of months in the NICU but once the boys were home we had a ton of help and support.