Thursday, November 6, 2008

My Darling Niece and Nephew

Danika on her blessing day.
Kaimen on his blessing day.

This last Sunday, my sister and her husband blessed thier darling little babies. These babies are little miracles. For those of you who don't know my sister, she was in the hospital for about 7 weeks before delivering her twins, Kaimen and Danika. They were born at 27 weeks, and have had quite the journey. We feel very lucky and blessed that she made it that long. They were in the NICU for about 3 months, and are finally home. They are both on oxygen, but doing amazingly well. We had the blessing at my mom's house because they can't be out in public. It was a wonderful day. We feel so lucky to have them as a part of our family and our lives.


8 comments:

The McKinnon 4 said...

They are so precious! I know personally what a miracle these two are. I am so glad that they are doing so well.

Missy and Kevin said...

That is SO amazing! I'm glad they are doing well now, truly a miracle. They are both very cute:)

Jon Mark, Ralae, and Joshua said...

They're beautiful. Tell Kristen congrats for me! By the way, Amber's baby shower has been pushed back. I'll let you know the official date as soon as I know.

Becky Rogers said...

Hi Amy! I am so glad that you found my blog...I feel like it has been forever. I haven't been able to locate your blog, so I was so excited to get a message from you. I had no idea you have two kids. Your oldest looks like a minin you. We really have to do something sometime.

Rob and Kimmie said...

What perfect little miracles they are!

Minharos said...

Hi Amy, long time no see. Glad to see you guys are doing well. Your girls are really cute.

I hope you don't mind I got your blog link from Carol. If you're interested send me an email and I'll invite you to our blog. minharo.family@gmail.com

Lindsee said...

Hi! So glad you found our blog!! And I can't believe how big your girls are!

***LIZ*** said...

Amy, I just foudn out you have a blog! What sweet little miracles. I can't believe what they can do these days.