|Peekaboo, I see you Logan!|
|Kailey has been very interested in pulling herself up on anything she can. She may well be the first to walk.|
|They love watching their Baby Einstein and Baby Genius DVDs.|
|The grandparents (my in-laws) came to visit!|
|Home after getting their fourth round of Synagis shots, to protect against RSV. Typically you do five rounds, but this will be our final one as warmer weather and summer approaches.|
|"You should taste this," says Trystan.|
|One crashed little man.|
|I just love his baby blues.|
|We started out with the diapers on the far left, tinier than half the size of a remote control. We've now graduated to size 3 diapers. It's little things like this that always remind me how far we've come.|
|Giant bibs for the messy eaters.|
Needless to say, it's been yet another busy week in Quadville and we're anticipating the end of "quarantine" on March 1. Then the husband and I will have to learn how to manage four babies in the general public and tackle a dinner out somewhere and a shopping excursion with the quad stroller. I know you all wait with baited breath.
My recovery is still going well. I'm not wearing my compression garment around the clock anymore, though I do still have some swelling to lose. I hope that next week I can start going to the gym here and there for walks on the treadmill or elliptical. Nothing high impact as that still hurts like the dickens. I've still got a ways to go, but I'm so glad I did this surgery and that I'm now able to operate better and do more every week. I have (secretly) promised myself that at three months post-surgery I'll post a before and after picture in regular clothes—both to show what a drastic difference it is and to encourage others who may be considering the procedure!
Next post: DIY chalk labels!