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I can not beleive how much I have neglected this board! So I will give a quick update. Nicola is now almost 11 weeks old. I can not beleive how fast she is aging..... lol, I say aging because she is still so tiny! She has only put on 2 pounds since her birth weight. She is however, very allert, she hold her head up very strong, and she coos and coos all day long. She has GERD, so there are moments when the coos turn to blood curdling screams, but overall, she is a VERY good baby! She is on lots of meds between the GERD and also what they currently call Chronic Pneumonia......... which will most likely develop into asthma. He said he can't call it asthma at this young of an age. Alina is an asthmatic, so we know that drill.
Alina and Gabby are getting soooooooooooo big! Gabby may as well be in grade 1, but she is only 3 1/2. Alina is taking her time, she still does not talk. I can not believe she will soon be 2!!!!!!! Gabby and Alina are still going to daycare. I don't think I could manage alone with all 3 of them. Nicola has breathing treatments throughout the day, and the older girls love the nebulizer, so as soon as they hear it turn on, they want a peice of it!
That is us in a nutshell. I am posting a few pics for your veiwing pleasure.
Alina, trying to have a breathing treatment
Gabby holding her pride and joy
Alina, during her special momma and Alina only time
AW gorgeous girls! Nicola is such a sweet lil peanut! I had chronic pneumonia which developed into asthma as a baby but have slowly outgrown it as I have aged. I rarely need my inhaler at all anymore! Hopefully the girls will outgrow it too!
~Sometimes the days seem long, but the years are so very short.~