Monday, May 11, 2009

Happy Mother's Day!

Who would have thought that this Mother's Day I would be a mother of 4 children! Chris and I always wanted a big family, but had really thought that was going to be impossible for us. Of course, with God all things are possible!!
The girls are doing really well. They are still sleeping the majority of the time, although they are becoming increasingly more alert. They have started to cry a little more- especially when they are hungry. It will be fun to see how their personalities develop. Natalie is the most laid back one- she is always sleeping and doesn't seem to mind when her sisters next to her have their hands in her mouth. She is usually the last one we feed because she just lays there and doesn't ever complain! Anna is the most alert- she will open her eyes when she hears us coming and looks around a lot more. She makes the funniest faces of the three, and makes the most noises. Elisabeth complains the most. She lets you know if she is not happy- but she is always happy when she is held!




Natalie and Elisabeth- we think they are the identical ones

and my other big baby

Daddy and Anna


Craig and Laura said...

What a great Mother's Day! They are all so sweet and getting so much bigger!


Lori said...

I love all the pictures! The one w/ Natalie and Elisabeth is priceless. Happy belated Mother's Day, Kim! I hope you both are able to squeeze some rest in from time to time.

Anonymous said...

I love reading about the girls and seeing all the pictures! The whole family looks great. Hope you guys are hanging in there... I can't imagine 4 kids! Yikes!


Nicole Ford said...

I love seeing pictures of the babies. I can't imagine what life is like with 3 newborns. Just having one was hard! There is nothing better! Enjoy every moment! The saying "they grow up fast" is so true.


Valerie Stafford said...

So glad to see you have your family at home together now! They are beautiful! I pray that you are settling into life with three new little ones and savoring every moment...they go by way too fast!