Thursday, October 15, 2009


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I thought you all might enjoy a little video of Boston! Such a sweetie!

11 comments:

  1. LOVE IT............Thanks!
    Mimi

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  2. He looks absolutely amazing. Such a miracle! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all daily that he continues to make such great progress, and gets to go home soon. Thannks for the video, it brought tears(HAPPY) to my eyes, and many many memories. Take care and God bless you all....

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  3. OH-MY-GOSH....What a Doll....I can't get over how cute he is! I'm so glad he is getting stronger everyday, and I hope he gets to go home soon!

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  4. SOOOOOO adorable! Kaelyn and I were fascinated as we watched cutie Boston!

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  5. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!He looks great, what an awesome way to see the little dude.He has grown so much since I saw him last. Brady and Brent said he is so cute!He looks big can't he come home and watch football with all of us yet? I see some Brooklyn in him like when she was a newborn. Precious!

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  6. Gosh he looks so big now, he is so handsome and you should be a very proud mommy xxx

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  7. Sweet baby boy! Thanks for sharing! Thinking and praying for you daily! One day at a time.

    Hugs,
    Kelly and boys

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  8. WOW again! Thank you for the video visit. Can't get enough of Boston, Booklyn, Kelly and Charlie! Love to you all from Grandpa Butler and Margie!

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  9. Kelly that video brought back so many memories. He is so precious and sweet.

    Amy Crum

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  10. Oh my gosh Kelly he is so pretty. I mean studly!!! All our prayers for the little guy.

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  11. This message is kind of private since I don't tell people about my other two non-rett triplets but:

    I just saw the video. Reminds me of when my triplets were that small..He is so cute and he is so aware the way he is looking all around checking things out. Keep focusing on all the good things, how he's eating more, getting closer to going home etc.. I know that's easy to say but it will help you get through. Give yourself one hour in the evening to grieve what you need to: dealing with procedures, health complications etc.. and then try to spend the rest of the time as positive as you can. That helped me in the NICU. I'd have to tell myself..wait until later for that one hour to vent, scream, cry or whatever I needed. The rest of the time was spent trying to see how much the staff cared, people in your life caring, your beautiful new son and beautiful daughter. And, yes, I had to grieve a second time when my son was diagnosed with developmental delays and other complications. Then the third triplet was then diagnosed with ADHD--a pretty severe case. At that point it was like: enough God, I can't handle anymore..can't I have one child without problems? That feeling passes as time goes bye as you already learned. Prayers are with you and your family. Don't forget to enjoy your new son and the bond he will have with his sister. Those two are going to be so tight just like my three who despite thier challenges love each other like no other siblings i've seen.

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