Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Two little heroines...

Monday morning was such an exciting morning for us!!! We had to be at the hospital for an important date -- the birth of our little granddaughters.

Yes, Lilly is now the big sister of twin baby girls. Not that she was there, on that morning. It was just the two sets of grandparents plus Andrew and Addy.
It was a reasonably long wait and we were all chatting away, trying not to look worried or the slightest bit anxious. And suddenly my son Richard appeared in green scrubs, with a huge smile. Within minutes, he was taking us into the nursery to meet Sophie and Milla. So perfect and sweet, lying together in a crib, holding hands. Is there anything in this world as precious as a newborn baby? Such an exciting moment.
I hope to bring you a photo of that moment soon, but for now, here they are a bit later, after gastro tubes were put in. For now, their mum, Lauren, is expressing her milk and it's being fed down the tubes. But I'm sure that won't be for long.



These little girls might be tiny but they're really strong. Watch out world!


Milla (above) and Sophie (below)

And in perfect timing I've just completed my duet, Baby Steps to Marriage.
Expecting Miracle Twins and
The Bridesmaid's Baby
will be out in September and October 2009.

6 comments:

2paw said...

Congratulations, I didn't realise the birth was so imminent!!!You will definitely have a Happy New Year!!!

Magdalena Scott said...

Congratulations, Barbara, on all fronts! Wishing all good things for those darling babies...

Eleni Konstantine said...

Congratulations Barb!! What wonderful news....and they are so cute - they are even posing the same. Best wishes to you and to your family. What a wonderful new year's present!!

Barb said...

2paw, The babies were only 34 weeks, but that's considered almost full term for twins apparently. and the doctors warned that these babies would come early (as did Lilly).
Sophie was 5lb 1 oz and Milla 4 lb 11 ozs.
Thanks for best wishes everyone. Twins are exciting, I can tell you.

JoyfullyHis said...

Congrats on your beautiful miracles! How perfect they are.

Nicola Marsh said...

Congrats Barb, what special news.
And you're right, nothing like the arrival of new life :)