Our first Christmas has been busy but the babies are doing well. Christmas Eve morning we started the day off with a bath for each baby, getting each one dressed in cute little outfits and of course a bottle before heading to Grandma and Grandpa Winslow's. Yes, this took us all morning to prepare for a later afternoon and evening family Christmas.
Today we are spending our Christmas morning preparing for another full afternoon and evening. This morning Cora enjoyed some time in her bouncy seat looking at the Christmas tree. Noah has been taking a nap out in the family room and Evelynn is wide-eyed again and is waiting patiently in the swing. The dog is resting on the couch to prepare for an afternoon at Grandma and Grandpa Van Langen's. Yes, the dog is coming too.
This is the first Christmas Jeff and I haven't made it to Mass but we couldn't chance an outing with a lot of people during this flu season. Next week is their baptism and we'll be nervous enough taking the babies out for that. They are all doing so well.
On Monday the nurse came to give another round of Synagis shots to help the babies with antibodies to help build up a defense against lung infections like RSV. During her visit she weighed each baby and they are gaining weight quickly. This time Evelynn was 9 pounds 14oz, Noah was .4oz shy of a full 11 pounds, and Cora was 9 pound 0.8oz. We're trying to keep up with utilizing all of their cute clothes but at their rate of gain, each outfit only gets a few wears.
There are more pictures to come but it's time to get back to getting ready for our Christmas. Merry Christmas!