Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Yea-Yea's Visit

We are so excited that Drake and Kennedy's other grandmother, Yea-Yea, was able to come visit us in McKinney at Gran and Poppy's house! We haven't seen her since they were very tiny in the hospital, so even though they are still small, they seem very big compared to the last time she saw them. The real treat this time is that she is able to hold them, feed them, and snuggle them. They both still love the songs she used to sing to them back in the hospital. Yea-Yea was even able to move some things around at work to stay a little longer! I don't know what to do with myself...with two babies and two grandmothers on duty, I have actually had a little time to myself. Hmm...what did I used to do with my free time...well, this time I organized baby clothes and did a little laundry. I now realize that I probably should have taken a nap.

This Thursday Drake is scheduled to receive his doc-band helmet after his Hyperbaric Therapy. Kennedy is supposed to go with us for her final measurements, but they called this morning and there is a hold-up with insurance, so she may be postponed. Hopefully this will be resolved soon. It looks like either way Thursday will be a long day for us.

This past weekend flew by like the blink of an eye, but we loved every minute that we were able to spend together as a family. Brian was able to see how active Drake has become with his Hyperbaric treatments and experience him removing his cannula all by himself on a regular basis. They both grew considerably over the past week. I tried 3 different outfits that fit them last week and they were all too small this weekend. I love that they are outgrowing the 3month outfits! Then 5am Monday morning put us back on the road to Dallas and Daddy back on his drive to Houston. The countdown is on for our Saturday reunion.

1 comment:

  1. The picture of Drake all sprawled out sleeping...JUST LIKE A BOY! They can be the smallest of babies and take up more room than a grown man! I remember waking up a few times with baby feet propped on my forehead! Haha. They are such dolls!