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Just a quick update. Jordan had another apnea yesterday. It was a little disturbing that the alarm didn't snap her out of it immediately. Although she did not turn blue this time, it took me picking her up to start her breathing again. Kari was upstairs and did not hear the alarm going off and I was about to step outside to char some animal flesh on the grill. I am glad that the alarm went off before I closed the door. We keep the baby monitor outside so we can hear the twins when we are out there but the batteries were low and I had turned it off. I think that Jordan was just in a deep sleep. She was in the swing and she usually finds that soothing. I like to think that she would have come out of it on her own, but it certainly underscores the fact that these two girls still require close attention at all times.

This morning Madison has set off her monitor 5 times with a high heart rate. She must be working on a smelly gift for Mom and Dad.

Jordan 6 lbs. 11 oz. 18.25 inches
Madison 7 lbs. 7 oz. 18.5 inches

I will try to get some better pictures of the twins soon.

Kari's Mom and Papa Wayne are on their way over from San Antonio and should be here late this afternoon. We are looking forward to their arrival. Not only are they fun to have around, they are a great help when they visit. Just to have someone distract the big girls for a little while is really nice.

Special thanks to my good friend, Jay Bason, for the lasagna. Those were some tasty noodles.

Notice the shirt that Mom put on Rylee yesterday after all her adventures.

Reagan "helping" feed the girls.

Reagan after being told that she was "helping" too much.

Rylee inspecting Jordan. She is a very attentive big sister.


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