Almost to thirty! As far as the babies are concerned, it was an uneventful weekend. Which is good. We have received scores of 8 of 8 on the BPPs the entire time. This includes the boys, as they were scored on Friday too. Danna's doppler this morning wasn't as good as it has been, but it can change for better or worse day to day. We will probably be getting dopplers on Danna more frequently, and tomorrow they will all be measured for their approximate weights.
Moni and I had a lot of visitors this weekend. Friday morning, I picked up Snook and Donna at 10:00 a.m. While I was at the airport, Moni had visitors at the hospital. Moni's pool buddy, Lois, from the apartment, and her friend came up and checked in on Monica. Shortly after they left, Deb White and Deb's cousin, Jill, dropped in. They brought more gifts including preemie outfits, CDs, books, magazines, and other goodies. She also brought a package from Moni's other co-workers at Wesley. They sent more outfits, snacks, belly cream, bath and body products, comfortable footies (which Monica put on immediately), books (one of which was a mother's prayer book), and candles. Thank you guys so much, it was a nice surprise. You guys have all been too good to us.
Snook and Donna were great guests. They let us kick their butts at pitch about six times. They were like poor abused little puppies that just wanted love, and kept coming back for more. We came back from down -6 to 37 to win a game. We also went to the casino for about 45 minutes. We lost at that place. At the apartment, Snook and I played video games while Donna planned their wedding. We had a great, relaxing time.
Saturday was an emotional day for Moni. Her little sister, Emmy, got married back home in Wichita. The whole family was there and we were sad to have missed such a big, fun day. Everyone said it was so beautiful. The babies owe us big time! Congrats to Em and Andy. Have fun in Key West, and be sure to check in often when you guys get back to Germany.
Today has been tremendous. How about those Denver Broncos? That was fun hammering those little Chefs in their own house. The kids were rocking, but they only gave Moni like three contractions throughout the game. They knew the importance. Bama was horrible, but the Grafs will stay devoted. Snook and I listened to the final kick in the BC vs. Great Bend game via Grandpa Stubby's phone. One step away baby. State championship. Championship!
As of midnight, 30 weeks down. The chillun are getting restless, sometimes Moni thinks they are going to kick right out of her 56 inch belly. Check out the pic.
Until next time...