Monday, November 14, 2011

and then there were four...

Well its been a crazy week. :)

Last week at this time I was at work and figuring out what to do with my newly free Tuesday nights.
One week later I have two boys, a scar from a major surgery, am 27 years old, have spent 150+ hours at the hospital, pumped 45 bottles of milk... my how things can change fast.

Sometime soon I'll write down the whole story of how this happened but for now, here are a few pictures of our sweet boys.

Introducing -

Whitman Marshall Crabb (the younger and slightly smaller of the two)
born November 8, 2011, 3:48 pm
16 inches long
3 lb 9 0z





and

Charleston Buckley Crabb
born November 8, 2011, 3:45 pm
17 inches long
3lb 12 0z







7 comments:

Rachel said...

Congratulations! They are both so sweet! I'm looking forward to reading more about the whole experience!

Elizabeth said...

They are so incredibly precious, you must be over the moon in love. Keep us updated about Whitman when you have the chance.

Brooke said...

Congratulations! Being a twin myself, I am really happy for you and your husband! Twins are fun! Your boys are beautiful and I LOVE their names! Looking forward to reading more about their birth story and seeing more pictures of them as they grow!

Aleisha Z. Coleman said...

OH. YEAH!

Amanda said...

Oh my gosh they are so beautiful! I hope they are doing OK. I know exactly what it's like having 2 babies in the NICU. Let me know if you need anything and please keep us posted.

Becky Pitcher said...

Oh Jo, I am so happy and excited for you! They are so sweet and cute and I just can't wait to meet them.
I seriously check your blog all the time, hoping for updates, so keep us posted!
But that being said, I know just how hard it is to do ANYTHING besides pump and sleep with boys in the NICU.

Tanei Atagi said...

The first picture of each of the boys are priceless! One smelling his pit while the other poses like a GQ model...HA! This seems like a prophecy of their personalities.