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Friday, March 31, 2017

March 2017 Update

Our first visit to see the babies was a test in patience.  I don't do well driving downtown. I had never been to this hospital and trying to explain to security that I am here to visit kids that are mine, but not mine was frustrating. Fortunately the CPS worker was able to meet me there and get us introduced to all the nurses and get all the authorization approved for us to visit whenever we wanted.

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It didn't take me long to start harassing cps and arrow caseworkers for info on my new babies. I was even able to finagle my way into hospital visits!  With mom's history, her lack of visits to the hospital after her release, and other factors, we were able to go up there and love on those sweet babies weeks before they came home.

Visiting these babies brought us all a lot of joy. I think the big kids enjoyed it because it meant several hours with no school work. Baby Moses enjoyed tablet time after reading and singing to his new baby siblings. He is so sweet with them!  

I'm not usually a fan of toddlers on tablets,however there isn't much for a 2yo to do in the NICU, except get into trouble.  Paw patrol helped solve this problem.

March 30 “Baby A” finally came home after many delays. We drove over 400 miles, paid $105 in parking fees, spent 60 hours driving, had 1 long phone conference, filled out 3 piles of paperwork, took 4 classes, 32 hours of hands on training, 2 meetings, and one tornado watch.

“Baby B” will be home in a few weeks.

Ecclesiastes 11:5
Just as you cannot understand the path of the wind or the mystery of a tiny baby growing in its mother’s womb, so you cannot understand the activity of God, who does all things. 

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