Leigha and the Triplets

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Look at him GO!

When I came home from school today, I was greeted with something that was wonderful. Noe (THANK YOU!) had taken a video of Matthew during his physical therapy session. It was absolutely wonderful to watch.

8 comments:

The Grubbs said...

Cathy, that was BEAUTIFUL! Go Matthew!

Kei said...

That was wonderful to see! How sweet of Noe to record Matthew so you could see his session.

Tamara said...

That is wonderful Cathy!! What a sweet boy!

loren said...

That's awesome to watch (and it sounds like Daddy was very proud, too!)

Chrissy said...
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Chrissy said...

I'm so very glad that Matthew is doing better than anyone expected! I feel kind of stupid, though. I just entered the internet community and don't know Matthew's story. Anyone want to fill me in?

Chrissy said...

What an amazing story... and an amazing kid! Your boys will always have a special bond that exceeds that of even triplets because Robert and Noah truly made it possible for Matthew to be here today. It really is amazing that he lasted for 15 weeks after his sac broke! I have a friend who's singleton baby's sac broke at 29 weeks and she didn't even make it a week! Although your pregnancy being triplets makes it different, wow! It's funny that are situations are sort of alike. I have 2 identicals 1 fraternal, although they are not the same sex, and we didn't have the tragedy-turned miracle that you had. Also, ours were *completely* spontaneous. We did IVF... but only with 2 eggs! SURPRISE! I was expecting 5! I lost 2 of them at 10 weeks though. I'm not sure if you've seen me writing about it on TC or not, but I had identical quad girls (One Placenta, 2 sacs, lost 1 set of momos) and ended up with my gremlins who are three in 2 hours! Yowza!

TiffanyLeigh said...

WTG, Matthew!!! I love hearing Noe's proud laughter!