Leigha and the Triplets

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Reflections

I am in overdrive right now, and will soon have a blow out! After taking a few years off, I decided it was time to max myself out on the pay scale at work. I started taking classes again last summer, but I still needed a few credits. I signed up for 4 classes within a one month time (3 within a week and a half of each other). It's been CRAZY! All four classes are technology based. Every night this week I have been staying up until 1 or 2 a.m. trying to finish different assignments.

I hope you enjoy my last assignment. For those of you who saw my first Photo Story, you will see some sililarities. However, it's twice as long and includes more photos from the boys' 98 day stay in the NICU. I was worried that I didn't do a great job on it, considering I was half asleep while doing it, until I made a bunch of teachers cry! I guess it wasn't that bad!! It's hard to believe how little and frail they once were.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful photo story. You take adorable pictures of the boys. And Leigha has the most beautiful smile!

Lesa said...

What an amazing journey!!! Your photo story had me in tears. So beautiful. And you are one gorgeous mommy. What a beautiful family!

Amy said...

Wow, what an amazing photo story! I was crying by the end of the first minute! You are definitely blessed, and I'm so glad you shared this. Best of luck to your wonderful family.

Jen3 @ Amazing Trips said...

Oh my gosh - they were so tiny ... I was full of anxiety just looking at the pictures in the NICU.

It's hard to see it, but an amazing miracle when you think of how many obstacles your little guys have overcome. It also makes me realize (again!!) how incredibly blessed we are to have the modern medicine available to help these tiny babies.

AND you look awesome - what a red hot mamma!!

Great job!! :)

laraine said...

Cathy,

That was just beautiful.

Laraine

hi my name is mommy said...

wow! You had me in tears there. Aren't we Blessed with such a miracle! Just wanted to thank you for sharing that. Your last words are so true and that is my favorite response to the famous "your hands are full" comment!

Lynne said...

I think we might be living parallel lives with a few minor differences. (But we even had the exact same car seats and triple decker). Our oldest was 20 months when our triplets were born at 29 weeks.

Love the video!