Pictures from this past week and weekend:
Henry in his crib. He LOVES his mobile!
Henry hanging out with daddy! Henry is a future Red Sox fan in the making!
Getting a bubble bath!
Not so sure bubble baths are his thing.
Fast asleep after a long day of tests.
She loves to be swaddled.
Whoever coined the phrase, "Sleeps like a baby" obviously never spent the night with Harper girl! She loves to stay up ALL night long! :)
Everyone who knows me well, knows how much I love my furry child. However, after Henry and Harper were born with their issues, I was completely willing to let him live with my parents. I was heartbroken about it, but my babies (of the non furry kind) and their well being mean more to me than anything else. However, Mark urged me to talk with our doctor before making such a drastic change in our family, and yes, I consider Grover part of our family! So, I have spoken in depth with three neonatologists, two respiratory therapists, and one pulmonalogist (lung doctor) about whether or not it was safe to have Grover living in our home with Henry and Harper. Every single one of them told me that it would be perfectly fine to let Grover stay with us, as long as he did not stay in the same room in which Henry and Harper slept. They all said Henry and Harper weren't going to be contracting RSV or the stomach bug from a dog. Therefore, the entire upstairs of our home is OFF LIMITS to Grover. Mark has installed a gate at the top of our stairs where Grover can't get through. The picture above is Grover meeting Harper for the very first time.
Harper thought Grover was pretty funny!
Grover is not so sure about Harper.
My mom text me this picture of Henry today. He is just so sweet!
Henry snuggling with his Sissy.