The girls both have their two bottom teeth! Madison had hers cut through finally after some long nights on September 28th and Elizabeths' came in October 7th. Logan has two teeth getting ready to cut through and they are all working on more, or at least the drooling is working its way out. Anything they can chew on they are, they are even going after my toes like crazy, I HATE wearing socks and now I have to to avoid the piranhas.
The girls are sitting up with assistance a lot. Elizabeth somehow today was able to get there on her own, we are not sure how just yet but are so proud. Our kiddos are growing up way too fast. They love being big kids and this has helped a lot with the girls reflux. Logan loves sitting in his Bumbo, he sits back and relaxes like a little man.
Madison started scooting over a week ago while Elizabeth was rolling everywhere. Now they are army crawling and rocking on their knees all day...I always have the camera out, but now more than ever. I am terrified of missing any of their firsts, yes I am that Mom that cries if I miss something important. Side note: Elizabeth rolled over for the first time when I was a my Mom of Multiples group meeting, I was devastated and did not want to leave the house ever again.
Logan is progressing so well, with ECI coming out once a week and working with us, me and him, on stretches he is doing more than I thought by now. He is still extremely tight, just not as often. When he is doing his tummy time he does not fight nearly as much and sometimes he even enjoys it :). The girls love him so much and are always scooting over to him, whether it is to chew on his clothes or feet or just giving him kisses.
Their weights as of today:
Logan 14lbs 7oz
Madison 15lbs 5oz
So I need to vent a little before the pictures. We found out today that we are not going to qualify for Synagis shots, we were told they were born too healthy. The stipulations have changed this year and because of it we no longer qualify. What makes it worse is we were told earlier in the year by our insurance company that we would and also by the pulmonologists office last month, last week, and this morning. I haul everyone out to the appointment expecting to get shots and they look them over and at the end tell us we were denied when they first submited the paperwork, which was a while ago. Couldn't they tell us this over the phone so we wouldn't have to take our babies to the hospital where all the germs are?? They are working on getting us qualified still, but we have been told about a 1% chance of that. Now I am even more afraid of germs and people coming into our home, let alone going anywhere. Every day when Brandon gets home from work he changes his clothes and sanitizes like crazy, as do I if I get out of the house. We are trying with every effort to keep our children as healthy as possible.
Okay, so here is what you have been waiting for...so cute!
Big girl Lizy catching up on her reading.