Monday, July 23, 2007

Almost to 29 and still doing fine...for the most part!

Updates to questions at the bottom!



Sorry about the bad blogging, Blogworld. We have had some computer issues for the past couple of days (the hard drive completely DIED!) So, I'm back to using Joe's old school laptop that only works 25% of the time while my bro works on the other one! Have no fear, I am still here!

Updates...I'm trying to remember some of your questions:

Doc will look at the babies and re-measure them this week sometime. A little over two weeks ago Ben and Savannah were weighing 2 lbs 8 oz. and the twins were weighing 1 lb 13 oz. The twins are significantly smaller than the other two, but still healthy and nothing to worry about...pretty much expected.

Still NO contractions...the nurses are dumbfounded! One nurse said that some mothers of twins will come in at 24 weeks having tons of contractions and I have nothing. I get hooked up for tocolytic monitoring every day for one hour...no contractions, but lots of "irritability", meaning the babies kick like crazy when the sensor is attached to my belly. It is SO funny.

You know how I was having difficulty breathing due to the babes being all up in my diaphragm? Well, oddly enough, over the weekend the position of the babies dropped! Hard to explain, I will take a pic of it. They are sitting VERY low on my belly now...so weird! (maybe getting into position for delivery?) I am told that it is normal and nothing to worry about. I don't feel any cervical pressure or anything and I am breathing better...but unfortunately, sometimes they are pressing against my sciatic nerve which does NOT feel good!

The diabetes is VERY annoying! I get my finger pricked FOUR times a day to test my blood sugar levels. I receive THREE different insulin injections a day. (at breakfast, dinner, and 9pm) My blood sugar is still higher than I would like. It seems like no matter what I eat or don't eat, it will still be elevated. FRUSTRATING. Can't wait to kick this diabetes once the babies are born! I am completely determined!

So, tomorrow will make 29 weeks!! Keep those prayers coming for 30 weeks! I have been told that every day after 30 weeks equals 3 days less that the babies would have to spend in the NICU! I can't believe I'm about to have these babies! It feels so far away, yet is right around the corner! Ahhhh!!! I'm getting nervous.

An awesome PLUS has been that Dr.Tabor gave me wheelchair priviledges! I cannot tell you how incredible it feels to get wheeled outside and feel the hot, humid, icky, Texas, summer heat and wind on my face!...the most amazing feeling in the world right now! ;) Just to be able to get out for 15 minutes in a wheelchair...its what I look forward to all day! (so sad, right?)

Okay, so I think I have covered almost everything...please leave a comment with any other questions you have and I will add them to the bottom of this post!

Oh yes, forgot to add that I received the steroid injections of Celestone to help my babies' lungs develop a couple of weeks ago! One word: OUCH! But well worth it! Hopefully they have been growing by leaps and bounds! ;)

MORE UPDATES TO QUESTIONS ASKED:

Hopefully I will get to see Shiloh this weekend! She has been on vacation and getting VERY spoiled with my parents in Waco for the past couple of weeks (b/c Joe comes to the hospital every night...poor Shi would be so neglected). This Sunday my parents are driving in for the day to celebrate my bro's birthday and will leave Shi at our house. Everyone will end up at my hospital room for cake and what-not. So, when my dad is about to leave, Joe will drive back (20 minutes) to the house to pick up Shi and bring her to the hospital to get into my dad's car...that it when I will hug and LOVE on my baby girl like you wouldn't believe!! (can you tell that I have thought about this ad nauseum?) can't wait!!!

I am 5'8 (barely) and pre-pregnancy weighed around 137...I have always been blessed with a LONG and WIDE torso (which I hated all growing up)..but I guess God was gearing me up for something else, eh? Pre-pregnancy I wore an (abnormal) size 6 to 6.5 shoe TINY...but now that I have been pregnant, I have noticed that my feet have grown at least half a size! Thank goodness! Maybe NOW I'll look more proportional! ;)

Yes, I will have many people helping with the babies and laundry and bottle washing and dish washing and preparing meals. Thank God for family, friends, and an amazing church family who are getting all of this together for us!! As far as how long we will need the help? HA! I'm hoping for the next 18 years! hahaha... ;)

We have not yet gotten our quad-mobile, but we still have a while and worst comes to worst, we can make our jeep commander work for a brief period of time!

hmmm...as far as press and media coverage go...why do we need it? We have our wonderful supporters of Blogworld!! :) Seriously, it really isn't something that Joe and I are seeking out. Now, if someone wants to give us a free quad-mobile and asks us to be in a commercial or what-not, we would gladly do it. ;) We are not "opposed" to it...we just aren't seeking it out.

Still gonna work on posting some pics, so these blog postings don't get too boring, but I'm not sure if this computer will recognize my digital camera (yes, this computer IS that old...and no, don't ask me where my software CD is!)

Did I already tell you that now I can trace the babies body parts? Yeah, sometimes I will find a knee or elbow sticking out and its so funny! I'm also trying to catch on video when my babies are kicking...you can see it from the outside of my belly! Its WILD! There is like a ripple effect on my stomach...so weird!

OK, I think I'm caught up on Suz Q & A time! Thank you so much for your continued kind words and encouragement! We appreciate it SO much!

77 comments:

Jacinda said...

You're doing great! You don't know me, but I've been keeping up with you through your blog. I am fascinated, like many others, to see how you're doing!

cdjenkins said...

Did you get a box from me? I am worried and want to send an email to the company if you haven't gotten it. Just let me know when you get a chance! I'm praying for 30 weeks and know you will get there! Congrats on time outside...woo-hoo! I was on bedrest for ONE week and I was ready to get out, so I know that is a GREAT feeling! Way to go, MX4.

Jamie's Crew said...

I feel such a sense of relief reading your post! You are an amazing woman and you are doing a phenominal woman who is carrying QUADS! I am so proud of you! GREAT JOB SUZ!!!!

Love ya!
Jamie

Bethany said...

Hi there, you dont know me but I have been following your story and you are truely inspiring!!
I had ONE and was in so much discomfort, I dont think I could survive in bedrest. .I have so much respect for you! I will be praying for you and your family!!

I was wondering if anyone had brought little Shiloh to the hospital so that you can be wheeled out to see her? I bet she would like that.. and you too!!

Sunni Len said...

Enjoy your 15 minutes I love you a ton.

cdjenkins said...

Just got your comment on my blog...whew, thank goodness. I was afraid I might have to pull out my teacher voice and whip them into shape! I loved my piggy banks when I was child!

Sarah said...

I found your blog thru Kristen Chapman, a friend of mine from Harding. I always look forward to your updates and I pray for you and the Quads daily! Hang in there!

Sarah (Pace) Chaffin

Melissa Mullinax said...

Go, Girl!!! You are doing OUTSTANDING!!!

Tashie said...

I'm new to your blog. I was on bedrest for a long time with my triplets, and I cried uncontrollably once I got outside in the fresh air for my first 15 minutes of wheelchair privilege. Thank god for the nurse that recommended it to him. I felt so alone in the world, even though I had piles of friends and family. Hang in there, let's hope you keep them baking for as long as possible!

lauren said...

I was getting a little nervous, but I'm so glad to hear everything's still great! I can't believe you're almost there!!! I can't wait to meet them!!!!!!! Love you so much!

Melissa said...

You are amazing and are doing so well. Hang in there...not much longer! Can you believe they are going to be in your arms soon? Just know that all this is the hardest part and you are doing great! And wow...has your blog blown up or what??? Craziness! Is that a hit at the North Pole? ps...Ryan wanted to let you know he was your hit from Hong Kong over the last two weeks while he was in China for business! Enjoy your outings!

Amy said...

Suzanne,

I commented to you on one of your recent blogs. I found out I am pregnant a few weeks ago. Well Friday I found out I am having triplets! I am scared to death. Totally freaking out. Completely overwhelmed, but excited at the same time. I want to know how dealt with all of this early on and if you ever got to a point where you weren't as freaked out. Also, how tall are you? I tried comparing myself to you (height wise) and it looks like you may be taller than me. I am barely 5'4" and have a very short torso and I don't know where I am going to put these babies.

Amanda said...

Hi Suz,

I got your blog from the Murray Crew Quad blog and have been following faithfully since they first posted it. I am so glad you are doing so great! And the babies too! That is awesome. He really is an Awesome god!!

Since you can have wheelchair privileges, does that mean someone could bring your baby Shi to the hospital for you to seel--even if for only 15 minutes?? That would be great if someone could. :)

Hang in there, you are doing great. You're in the home stretch and your attitude is utterly amazing. You're in my thoughts and prayers every day!!!

Amanda

Kelly said...

I know what you mean about "dropped." Once my first did I could eat and breath again. Can only imagine what having four drop it like! Enjoy your 125 min!

Kelly said...

Oops. 15.

mary said...

I was thinking of you today. I have some questions if you don't mind. Are you going to be featured on your local tv station or newspaper ? Have you been interviewed yet ?

good luck and I love your blog. hope you have a safe and healthy delivery.

Laura said...

Suz,
You are doing so great. I don't have to tell you how amazing 29 weeks is! Hooray for you and those babies. Enjoy your rides, its amazing how wonderful it is to have something, no matter how small, to look forward to. I am glad you are breathing easier, but the other pain you mentioned is terrible too, I have had it! Diabetes has really been tough, ((HUGS))!

Joy said...

Hi Suzanne!

I'm another one of those people that you don't know, but have recently been following your blog for encouragement. I'm expecting triplets in the fall and am feeling completely overwhelmed, scared and excited all at the same time. Your story has been such an inspiration to me and I am so amazed at your progress!!! I am keeping you, your husband and those 4 little ones in my prayers! You're doing great and I hope you know that you are really inspiring those of us out there expecting higher order multiples (I can't even imagine what it would be like to expect quads!).

I wish you all the best in these next few weeks to come! I'm praying for you and love all of your helpful suggestions on bedrest..I will be there soon (am 16.5 wks, dr. said I will go on restricted bedrest at 20 wks.)

Take care of yourself!!!

Collins Family said...

Congrats girl you are doing great. It sounds like you will be having the quads around the same time I have Isabelle. Even though we do not know each other except through our stories we will share the fact that we faced and overcame fertility issues and had healthy babies!!! Keep up the good work and rest! I pray for you and those babies each day!
Jodie :)
www.cjcpurple.blogspot.com

The Pittman's said...

God is good!! We are praying for the little ones' lungs to develop and for them to gain weight. Keep the faith and enjoy the quiet- it's about to get crazy and fun. You're in our prayers!!!
Ashley Pittman

Anonymous said...

Suzy,
YEAH!! I am SO excited for you! You have always had a strong body..did you EVER get sick in college?..anyways. Thanks for the updates. I am coming to see you this week! I'm so excited! I'll bring in a jar of Texas air for you to smell. You are almost there! Love you!
Marcy

Lindsey said...

I am so happy to hear that you're feeling more comfortable (despite the occasional nerve pain!). I'm continuosly amazed at what a trooper you are - I am so impressed by your optimism...seriousely, I'm inspired! Chad and I are praying for you!

Sara said...

Glad to hear everything is going great! Congrats on getting out of the room. I bet that is real nice. I'll keep you in my prayers!!!

The Dixons said...

Another new reader here. I found you through Cheri's blog. I have read most of your blog, and you and your husband are and amazing couple. I have enjoyed following your journey. I will say that you have put a bit of fear in me as I undertake my second Clomid run this cycle! You are an amazing Christian woman, and I commend you for giving life to these four babies when so many would have went through SR. I will keep your family in my prayers! Keep on doing a great job!!

Misty said...

Another blogger you don't know but I have also been following your journey. I have been checking back everyday for an update. I was giddy when I saw this tonight. I wanted you to know I am praying for you and your family!! May God give your comfort and peace and lots of fresh air:-) these last few weeks. I am in awe of you and I pray that God will comfort you and bless you through out!

ezell family said...

Whew! Let's hear it for a big breath for air, and for the wheelchair rides! I didn't get a big breath of air until Austin was born (10+ lbs and a 5'3" mommy, not a good mix!). I agree with other bloggers, and try to get Shi outside to see you. You have almost made it, and you and Joe are doing sucha great job. Can't wait to see more "dropped" belly pics! Hang in there!

The Pauls' said...

Praying for you, your hubby and these precious little ones!

Leslie said...

Wheelchair privileges definitely will give you something to look forward to. You are almost there. Hang in there! You’re doing such a wonderful job.

Mary Katherine said...

keep on keepin' on sister!

Ryan, Jenny, C&C said...

yay for 29 weeks! i'm completely amazed and then i think that it's nothing short of amazing for GOD to do something like this.:-) we will keep praying for healthy babies and for a great delivery for you. you're doing great!

Kimberly said...

Hi Suzanne & Joe,

I used to attend Prestoncrest and found your blog through Meredith Moore. I have followed since the day you had a positive pregnancy test - and I am praying for a healthy, speedy delivery for you and all 4 of your babies. You are almost there - we are all praying for you!

Tricia said...

Whew! I'm so glad your babies are still in there! I was worried for a bit. I found your blog through a friend of a friend and started reading when I was about 6 months prego (only with one though). I pretty much stopped complaining so much about my very minor aches and pains. I pray for you and the babies regularly and cannot wait to watch them get grow up---that is, IF you can find the time to post. Best of luck with the next few weeks!

Tricia (the5durands.blogspot.com)

Tricia said...

By the way, I have a link to your site on my blog because some friends and familiy are also following your story. I hope you don't mind and I'll take it off if you do : )

nurse jen said...

HOORAY FOR YOU, Suzanne! You are keeping such a great attitude, as well! Many prayers for you and yours from a NICU nurse in Ohio!! :) Quads are 4x the fun!! Wait until you see how many people attend your delivery!! UNREAL! You are definitely VIP! :) Congratulations!!
Many prayers,
Jen

Anonymous said...

This is for Amy who is having triplets. God does amazing things, I am 4 feet 10 1/2 inches and carried quads to 31 weeks and 4 days! 5.4 is really tall!!

Suz, I think you are going to beat me!! rachel

triplet mama said...

You are so awesome:) What a great, informative update for all of our inquiring minds! I am SO AMAZED that you are not having any contractions, but what a relief and miracle that is! WOO-HOO 29 weeks! I can't wait to see those babies...hard to believe their birthday is right around the corner. If you can hang in there until August 22nd, they'll share a b-day with my girls:)
LOVE that you have wheelchair privileges.
YOU ROCK QUAD MAMA!

Just for You Stationery said...

Suz,
Glad to hear you are doing so well. Hang in there, only 3 more weeks!
Mag and Liz

While I was push mowing my yard this weekend, I laughed out loud thinking about Joe's "jog mowing"!

Anonymous said...

WOW you are doing so well, your New Zealand Blogger here. You and Joe have such amazing strength and love surrounding you, Glad to see those babies are staying string, snug and warm - (Obviously the parental breeding huh). Love your blog you are truly an amazing woman. Huge cyber hugs from New Zealand. Marie

Anonymous said...

Duh - staying strong I meant!

Scholiast said...

I'm so relieved you've come this far! Been on holidays with no internet (good holidays, though...) and was wondering about you... Our quads were born week 26 (weighing from 1 lb 15 oz (is that a number? I'm calculating from metric here...) to 2 lb 6 oz (or just about...)) and are just fine, now 7 years old. The good part of them being born so early is I didn't have to stay in hospital before they were born - when I was going in they came out ;)

If at all interested, I'll give you access to our family blog, but I'll need an email for that... (My email's on my profile.)

Keep up the good work :) Best of luck - and greetings from Norway..

Deanna said...

Yeah!! I am glad you have made it to 29 weeks. My guys came at 29 weeks so I am praying for you to carrying them longer!! And it is true everyday after 30 days is 3 days less in the NICU. We stayed 7 weeks and 10 weeks at the Harris NICU. We made lots of friends, they became my second family. Good Luck and I am continuing to pray for you.

Deanna Turner

Heather said...

Wow! I'm so happy you've gotten to 29 weeks! So sorry to hear about the diabetes. Is that something you've always had, or is it a side effect of having quads (gestational diabetes). I ask, because I've seen your before pics and you're such a tiny little thing, it couldn't be Type 2 diabetes.

littleangelkisses said...

YAY for wheelchair time! I bet that was amazing! You are right about making 30 weeks. I fought for every day after 29 to keep my son growing! Keep it up!

Kelly said...

Who did your new blog look? I want one!

Aunt Susan said...

Hey Suz....I'm so glad to see your blog again...It always puts a big smile on my face..Take good care of yourself and those little angel babies..You are so beautiful--inside and out--Love you so much and can't wait to see you again!! We are all praying for you and the family...Have a wonderful day sweetie !

asplashofsunshine said...

With all of us silly addicts wanting to see your progress and hear of funny stories, you will have to consider writing a book sooner or later. Hey, you have the readers! Haaaa, kidding! Enjoy the sticky Texas air, the walls of your hospital room, and the smell of fresh flowers entering your room. Before you know it, you'll have the precious smell of 4 babies heads and hands to smell. Nothing like it.

MadtownMom said...

Hooray for 29 weeks...7 more days 'til 30. I know our doctor kept saying that 30 weeks was the magic number for her.

I know what you mean about those steroid shots. YOWZA! I had them with my last two children and yikes. I can't believe how MUCH they hurt.

It's good you can breathe....and I'm glad you don't feel cervical pressure. It felt like my little girl was punching as hard as she could to get out...NOT a pleasant feeling.

We're praying for at least 7 more days for you...but greatful you've made it this far. I remember at this point in my bedrest just starting to relax a bit and let myself realize that I really was going to have a baby that was going to be ok. It was nice when the good thoughts started outweighing the bad ones.

Hang in there with the bedrest. I know what you mean about loving the 15 minutes outside. I looked forward to my dr. appt every week because I got to leave the house for an hour...but then I'd need to nap as soon as I'd get home...and my pelvic bone felt like it was going to crack in two just from being upright for a little while.

We're still thinking of you!!

Amanda's News said...

Yeah 29 weeks today:) I know God will bless those babies with some more time in your belly. That is great that you haven't had any contractions and it sounds like those babies are growing strong. Can't wait to see pictures of your belly and how it has changed. I'm glad you are doing well and are able to wheel outside for some fresh air. Sucks that you have to go through all the pricking of your fingers, but hey whatever it takes to keep you on the right track. YOu are in our prayers!

Question:Who will be helping you when the babies get here and for how long? Have you gotten your vehicle yet that accomodates all the babies?

Lindsay said...

Hi! I recently found your blog through a friend of a friend :) Your blogs are so encouraging and upbeat. I myself am expecting identicals and am 17 weeks right now. when I found your blog I figured if you can survive this roller coaster with 4 I can certainly make it with two. I can't believe you are at 29 weeks..that is such a miracle! I pray for you daily as I pray for myself and my wee ones. Can't wait to see the miracle pan out for both of us! Good luck these last few weeks.

Page said...

Wow, Suzanne, your blog has grown to such an incredible amount of hits! I'm so glad that there are so many people praying for you and know that I am one of them! So sorry about the diabetes, but don't the doctors expect that to pass after the babies are born?
Just as a side note, you have taught me so much about patience and are an inspiration to thousands (as proven by the blog hits!) Keep up the good work! You're awesome!

Hope Huckeba said...

Congratulations on 29 weeks! I know you are so happy to be at this point. Hang in there, you have done such an amazing job! Know that people everywhere are praying for you, Joe, and your precious babies. :)

Sandi said...

Congratulations on Week 29!! You're doing great!

~Denise~ said...

Congrats on 29 weeks! I bet that sticky air felt like it never has before. Continued thoughts coming to you and those babes!

Nate, Maurine, & Hannah said...

Suz- Congrats on 29 weeks!! Are the steroid injections IM? Just curious. So glad you get to go out in W/C. Awesome you are not having contractions! I know it must be all of the prayers. Love you- Mo

Nate, Maurine, & Hannah said...

Suz- I was reading Page's comment- That is a lot of hits- you should charge a $1.00 a hit- I know I'd pay it. Or maybe you can take all your blogging and all your comments and make it in to a memoir. : ) Love Mo

WhereSheShops said...

Yeah! 29! Thanks for all the updates! Glad to hear the babies are doing well!

Liz Dixon said...

I am so happy to hear that you are doing so well considering. Way to go on the 29 weeks. You go girl! That's so fun that your babies are making themselves known so much. It's always a great feeling to know they are moving around and doing well. Like the doctors say every extra day makes a big difference in the babies time in the NICU so you are right on track and doing fantastic. Praying for 30 weeks or more if possible!

From one Quad mom to another: Get that last bit of rest while you can and take care. Thinking of you!Liz

Karen said...

hooray for wheelchair privileges! We're big fans of wheelchair privileges! :)

And I am so unbelievably jealous, woman! Here I am with a mere 75% of the babies that you have and I'm having contractions up the whazoo and on a freaking terbutaline PUMP to keep them under control for crying out loud! And I'm four weeks behind you!! (I'll be 25 weeks tomorrow) Then again, I can't complain, because I'm lying in bed at home, so I should count my blessings.

I think of you every single day. Literally, I wake up every morning and say to myself, "Thank you God for giving me triplets and not quadruplets, because I don't know how Suzanne does it!"

Next week I get my screening for GD and I'm not looking forward to it. I have enough going on without finding out I have GD too, so I'm dreading the possibility. Here's hoping it's not an issue.

Anonymous said...

so, i am always nervous to click on your blog to see how you are doing. very happy you are still 'cookin'!
saw a cute website and wondered if you had seen it.
http://babystrology.com/tickers/
*sara, iowa

Anonymous said...

Hey Suzanne,

I am so happy to see your pictures and those sweet babies growing. My prayers are with you as they have been since I first found out at Surgery Center of Arlington that they were coming our way. Hang in there girl; I know that you are tough and you can do it. They just don't know how blessed they are to have a super mom like you...yet. God's love and grace be with you and your sweet family.

Love,
Elaine

Lisa said...

WOW! 60 comments??!!! I think you have become a celebrity! I am from Arlington, and in Arlington for the week and been thinking about you. So glad to hear that all is going well. Still saying some prayers for your family! Hang in there, God is going to get you through!
P.S.
Thanks for your comment on my SIL's blog, she will have eggs trasnsported and hopefully implanted tomorrow. Second time at IVF. Please say a prayer around 1:30 Wednesday for her and Tim if you think about it. Thanks!

lauren said...

Hey girl! Happy 29 weeks! Has anyone contacted Pampers or Huggies about free or discounted diapers? Let me know either way if you can. Love ya tons!

kristin said...

It is great to know that those 4 precious miracles are still kicking and growing INSIDE of you :) They are hanging on...and you sound great. I bet it is nice to go outside and breath some fresh air! Still praying for all 6 of you!!

Jamie's Crew said...

You are awesome! Thanks for the answers to all our questions! I know I am not the only curious blogger friend. During my 3 weeks on hospital bedrest with my twins - it was December - so there were no Wheelchair rides outside. The flipside was that even wearing shorts and a lightweight top - I was always HOT in my room, and I turned the temperature down to 65 degrees! My visitors would have to keep their coats ON when they came in. Anyway, I know that your are looking forward to Shiloh's visit! Have a good one!

Texose said...

Thanks for the FQ&A list. I am glad to hear that you are getting to see your family this weekend and especially Shiloh. After all she is your first daughter... Hang in there. We send our love via God and often life up prayers for His will concerning your babies and couple/married life. I am getting excited for their arrival but I can wait as long as they need to grow their little peachy fuzz and all their little organs fully developed... Thanks for the updates and always check-in on you!!!

Anonymous said...

Congrats to you and your family. I know your Dad from BOL (Bankers Online) and he's been keeping us updated too. We're all very excited for you!

Jeannie said...

Wheelchair privledges were the best! Funny how 15 minutes of sitting in the fresh air is such a reward! :)

Jamie's Crew said...

I laughed when I read the part of your post about being able to trace baby body parts on your belly. I remember how funny that felt and how much it felt like aliens in there! I was at a christmas party when I was pregnant with my singleton, and conversation in the room totally died when people noticed the big lump moving under my shirt! It made for a lot of laughs!

Mrs. Qball said...

I am glad everything is well, I have been stalking your blog everyday for updates, as your time is near the end..

Just a thought, when you have the babies, are you going to rename your blog...The Quad Squad??

Just a randem thought I had.

Good luck to you
Heather

Anonymous said...

omg! im so happy that your doing so well!
lol i want to see a video of the babies moving!

Rachel said...

I am so excited for you I can hardly stand it. I think that is amazing that you can outline body parts of the babies on your belly! That is crazy! I can't wait to see new pictures!

I am praying for you all the time.

Rachel

mkburcham said...

Suzanne- I found your blog through Kelly and John Julian's blog-I went to Harding also. I have been checking up on your blog and praying for you and the quads. You have an amazing attitude about everything..and it is so great to see how many people are checking up on you and praying for you, your hubby and the quads-God is great! Best of luck and thanks for sharing your experience, it is so inspiring! Love Meredith(Garrity)Burcham

Lauren Godsey said...

Hi Suzanne- I found your blog through myspace. You are in my prayers!

Melissa said...

Hello there...I'm Melissa. I found you through Nicki's blog and I've been keeping tabs on your experience. I am so impressed with your awesome attitude! I'm praying for you and your babes. God will always provide just what you need, and it is obvious in the way he is sustaining you guys! Thanks for letting us all in on your experiences!

Laura said...

Greetings from Canada! I just have to say I love reading your blog! I found it a few weeks ago and read it non stop. I am so excited for you and your family! You are going to be such great parents. You have such a joy and happiness that comes through your writing! I check in everyday to see what's new. Take care and God Bless!! BTW - I'm 23 wks. pregnant with my first baby, and its a girl :)

Jenny B said...

Hi fellow incubator:) i just happened across your blog during my ever busy day of constant bedresting and i got excited because we are in the same week down to the day with quads! i'm having 2 boys and 2 girls and i'm so excited when i hear how well other quad moms are doing. if you get bored you can check out our baby blog at thequadsquad.blogspot.com
it's amazing to see what kind of strength God gives us when there's no way we could do this on our own! i hope your next few weeks are as COMFORTABLE as possible ---which i know is a very hard thing to feel anymore. our babies will be here before we know it!! yay!

Jenny--a fellow super mom:)

lauren said...

Hey mama! Did you see my diapers question?

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