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Indeed did He touch our hearts and bless us with our twins. Yes I call them “our” because this is the birth story of my baby brother’s twins. As all babies in our family, they are born to the family 🙂 Very rarely are they just born to their parents 😉 Making us one huge family with tons of kids to try and raise, but I like it that way.
To me all births are magical and special, but to be present at one of your own, just adds another dimension to the incredible story of birth. These 2 were a little eager, born at 35 weeks but they were both a good weight at 2.36 and 2.39 kg’s. They initially struggled to breath and was taken to ICU immediately after birth, but true to their fighting spirits they only spend a couple of days there.
You can view a copy of their birth slide show here
We are truly blessed to have these twins and thank God everyday for the path he has chosen for our family to walk.
Love you all to much!!!!
Pikkie (LOL! yes that is my family nickname 🙂 )
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