Norma is the same nurse who took such good care of us when we lost the boys. It only seems right that she was there to help us deliver these babies. She is a true saint and we're very happy she could be here to share in our happiness as well.
William Lea Harrison "Will" 6lb 5oz @00:54, Elizabeth May Harrison "Ellie" 6lb 10oz @00:55 May 26, 2011
Ellie meets her grandfather for the first time.
Ray may not look the type but he crocheted these beautiful blankets for the twins. He and Mary rode the Harley down on Saturday to deliver them in person.
When we put them down next to each other eventually we'd find them nose to nose like this. Its where they seem the happiest.
Finally ready to go home!
They had to wear these "BilliBlankets" which are basically fiber optic sheets you wrap around them to expose their skin to light. It helps them with their jaundice until they're able to process it out on their own.
Judy referred to this shot as an example of our "nuclear" family.
These bracelets are what told the hospital staff that the twins belonged to me. I kind of liked the physical evidence they were mine and didn't take these off for almost a week after they were born even after we got home with them.
Only a week old and he's already using the computer.
Matt holds his niece for the first time.
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