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Flowers from a friend to brighten my day
Wish darn blogger had an arrow to rotate them....



The boys BOTH slept through the night!! It has been over a month since they last did that, and let me tell you...it was awesome! Even if it was just last night, it was so needed! Christian looked all discombobulated this morning, like "what a minute, it's not 2am!?" :)




Today is a FULL day for us. We have our NICU Reunion this afternoon! It's a wonderful time to go back to the NICU and see the nurses and doctors who helped your baby live. They have games and crafts and prizes and cake. This will be our 3rd year attending. This time with 3 kids who have been helped along by the NICU. Our NICU just unveiled the new wing which will be open to patients in about 2 weeks...I can't believe we only missed it by 7 months. Those private rooms would have been amazing, especially since there are a few for TWINS! It looks amazing though! It always brings a wide range of emotions with it, a day like this. I'm so thankful to be able to say hi and thank you again to the nurses, but being in the hall and seeing those rooms...it just has some good memories, but so many hard memories. A very tough time. BUT my babies came home perfectly healthy and thriving, SO thankful!!!

This evening is our Saturday Night Band's concert in the park at 5pm! It's gonna be pretty warm, but I am excited to take the boys out for a bit of worship time! The band's CD is out now, and so it's kind of a wrap up of the whole project. If you want to hear what they sound like, click on the player to the left of my blog! :)


Anyways, I hope your Sunday is filled with lots to be thankful for, mine is!!

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