This time, we have only one picture, repeated twice. It's of Baby B:
21 weeks!He's looking straight at us in this picture. His head's slightly tilted in the middle, forehead on the right and dark eye spots on the top and bottom.
Baby A had his face hidden the whole time. Shy little feller. But the two boys had their heads right up next to each other- they're already scheming! I'm done for!
They were moving a whole heck of a lot, so it took them a while to complete all the measurements. I too can attest that they've been very fidgety- it's so wonderful to feel them moving all the time. Now they kick and punch in series, rather than the random jab I used to notice. That makes it a lot easier for Sean to run over and feel their movement because they keep doing it over and over!
They're still looking great on weight, no signs at all of twin-to-twin transfusion. They weigh a pound each! Keep it up, boys!
And now, a question:
We've been trying to figure out all the stuff we need to buy, such as a stroller. I had originally wanted a travel system, for the ease of transporting them out of the stroller in a car seat. But... I can't find a double stroller travel system anywhere. All I could find are some strollers that accept infant car seats, meaning I'd have to buy the stroller and two infant car seats seperately. But apparently babes grow out of infant car seats in 3 to 6 months, so regular car seats will need to be purchased as well. So my question is this: Are infant car seats worth it? Should I buy the stroller, the two infant car seats, and the two "older child" car seats (am I right that "convertible car seats" are the only options?)? I have a feeling I know what people are going to say, but I thought I'd still ask. Give me thine knowledge so that I may judge!
Finally, I'll leave you with this text message that my sweet 6 year old niece sent to me several months ago: