Thursday, March 31, 2011

Our Triplets

Okay, everyone. I know you've been eagerly awaiting an update on our babies. For those of you who are new to my blog, our Granddaughter, Sarah, had triplets on November 20th. Konner,and identicals, Kyleigh and Kennedy. They all weighed in the 3 lb. range. They were born in Clarksville, Tennessee and then transported to Nashville to the NICU there.
We went to see them a week or so after they were born and here is the proud great Grandmama holding one of the little ones.








Here are a few more pictures.














They are just so much alike, their Mother can't tell them apart even.  She keeps pink fingernail polish on Kyleigh's thumb for now, hoping when they're a little older something will differentiate them.

Couldn't resist adding this picture.  It's my daughter, Donna, giving Kyleigh her first bottle. Look at that tiny little head, about the size of an apple and those big eyes taking it all in. So sweet!














The picture in the overalls is the latest we've gotten.  Konner weighs a whopping 15 lbs. and the girls almost 13lbs.  We went back to see them right after they came home from the hospital and they are just so cute.  Don't you agree?

Can't wait to see them again.

5 comments:

Shawn Becker said...

Can they get any cuter..I don't think so! They are so adorable and look so healthy. God's precious babes!

Clipped Wings said...

They're all are so adorable, grandmama! They'll keep you coming and going forever, lol. Enjoy!

Susan said...

Hi, I am new to Follow Friday and came across your blog. What gorgeous grandchildren, you must be so proud :)

Joan said...

They are extremely PRECIOUS! Wow - talk about identical!!!

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Have a fun weekend.

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