|Sofia loving puddles.|
|Totally worn out!|
The rest of the day, she was in a pretty good mood! Total, I only gave her two doses of ibuprofen. When her sisters woke up from their afternoon nap, they all went outside. She ran around like normal and had a blast jumping in puddles. The surgeon had told me I did not need to restrict her at all. We were just amazed how little the surgery affected her. Of course, after the outside time it was starting to hit her just how tired she was. She dozed off while watching Curious George, but her sisters woke her up in time for dinner.
Dan and I are pretty sure we feel a hernia on Josephine also. We haven't brought her in for a consult yet but I'm guessing we will within the next couple of months just so we catch it while it's still small.
The girls lately are testing so many limits with regards to listening and fighting. They get in more spats than before and are still not listening well. I brought them to library story time for the first time in a couple of months today. They used to sit nicely the whole time, but today they couldn't even sit for a whole story, so we had to ditch. There were many more kids in this age group (2-5) than our last (6-23 mo), so I think that played a role. I let them play in the toddler area of the library for awhile, but then they started running every which way. At one point I saw one trying to make an escape for the doors to get outside, one bolting up the stairs, and the other was just wreaking havoc on the book displays. One kindhearted librarian got the one going upstairs for me while I got the other two. I felt like a freak show!
|My parents returned the life jackets that we had sent along to Florida. The girls thought it was pretty cool wear them around the house!|
|How I found Sofia and Madeline...|
|"Wait, let me in!" Josie didn't really understand how her sisters got there. (hint, they went down, not through!)|
I admit, I would choose this over the first 6-7 months, but things are definitely not easier! When everyone's happy and playing it is so much fun to watch, and the new talking phase is great. They are also sleeping really well at night and during naps. There are highs and lows at each age. I was talking to a friend with 5 year old triplets last night, and she told me age 3 was harder than 2. Oh boy, not what I want to hear!
This is a little altercation between Madeline and Sofia (Sofia is the one closer). I had already missed the first couple minutes of them going back and forth. Most of the videos I post are of happy things. I just am giving you a peak to show you it's not all fun and games (but it is kind of funny in my opinion)! I could put up a temper tantrum too but I really don't want to frighten anyone!
Almost the weekend! It's one of my favorite days of the month- the Moms of Multiples meeting tonight! Woohoo to me time!