Sunday, July 19, 2009

Welcome Home Movie

More and More pictures

Just more pictures. We seem to not be able to stop taking pictures everyday of them. They change everyday. Not a whole lot to say about the pictures.

Happy 65th Birthday Grandma/Mom

My mom and I went to lunch with my friend Chay to Paradise Bakery for her 65th birthday. Love you mom

At home with the NEW Family

A few pictures from being home with our little family.

Welcome Home Pictures

Here a few pictures of our House decorated for our arrival home with Hadley and Cohen. Looked great and we were happy that our friends thought of us in this way.

Thursday, July 16, 2009


Well, we are sorry if any of you are checking on here for updates. We have been pretty bad at getting the latest pictures and details on here. The twins are doing great. They are such good babies. Hadley is our little firecracker and just gets those arms waving when she is ready to eat. Cohen just kicks backs and smiles at us, cries a little when hungry but thats it. Hadley is almost sleeping through the night sleeps almost 6 hours, Cohen is still waking up every 3-4 so trying to get him to go longer. The three hour schedule in the NICU is hard to overcome, the boy is hungry. They change almost everyday and it is sad to already know they are a month old tommorrow. We are grateful for all the support from our family and friends, the dinners have been great, the phone calls, the texts etc. have all been great thank you. It is definitely a new way of life for us, but one that we needed and wanted. We love these two so much and could not be happier with them. Look for more pictures on here soon, our camera broke yesterday so may be a few more days.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Last Day In Fargo Getting Ready to Come home

Here are few pictures of our last day in Fargo before our 3 hour flight home. We flew on Allegiant Airlines and go figure they have a direct flight from Fargo to Mesa. How lucky is that. This day was the most bittersweet day of our lives. Look how cute the twins look in their coming home clothes that we had picked out for them.

Last Few Days in Fargo

Here are a few more pictures from our last few days in Fargo. We are now home and it has been nice to get back into our "normal" routine. Wait a minute...not so normal anymore. But so much more fullfilling. Our house is now a home. These little angels have given us back so much already and we are so blessed to have them. Fargo was so good to us and it will always hold a special place in our hearts.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Twins First Movie

Here is a video that we made of our time in Fargo with Hadley and Cohen.
We hope you enjoy it....

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Together at Last

We finally got to get Cohen out of the NICU. Here they are finally together. Thanks for everything you have all done for us.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Update from Fargo

Here are few more pictures of our beautiful babies. They are such great babies. Cohen has finally started to figure out how to eat and is on his way to being released from the NICU. We are hoping to be home next week if all goes as a planned. We are very blessed. Alot of prayers have been said for our little family and we are grateful for each one of them. A quote we recently heard from a dear friend "If you are going to Pray don't worry, if your going to worry don't pray." These past couple of weeks have been a huge challenge of our faith in our Heavenly Father and like the scripture says "ye receive no witness until after the trial or your faith." People have always told us that you do not understand love until you are a parent, we never really believed them but it is so true. We love our children love each other and are so close to our Heavenly Father and know that he does answer prayers. We are looking forward to sharing our joy with all of our friends and family.

Before each bath hadley loves to curl up then strech her legs. She looks so cute this way.
As you can see in the picture above and below our kids have already figured out how to find their hands and fingers and put them in their mouth. Looks cute but hope to avoid too much finger and thumb sucking.