Hello everyone, Our eldest daughter was just over 32 weeks pregnant today and she has given birth to 3 beautiful little boys. A single and identical twins. Brandon & Mason are the twins and Lincoln the single. Just thought that I would like to share this wonderful news.
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Congratulations !!! Triple the fun.. Love the names, imagine the mischief they'll get up to when they are older, especially Brandon and Mason, Congrats again, enjoy all the cuddles xoxo
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Congratulations grandma 🙂
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Hi Bev, Congratulations... you must be beaming with pleasure 🙂 It is so nice to hear good news. In my crystal ball, I can foresee much "putting things out of tiny fingers reach" in the future. I am a recent member to this site... your news brought a smile to my face... its such a wonderful feeling to have grandchildren.
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Fabulous news Bev. It is so good to hear the good news on this site. I feel privileged that you wished to share it with us. Enjoy them - I'm sure that they will keep you young!!(and tired) Samex
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Hi Bev, Just wanted to say congrats to you and your family. What a special time for you all and you have 3 beautiful babies to nuture. Thanks for sharing your great news. XX Amanda
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Congratulations Triplets - wow, that's one more than my daughter presented me with six months ago and they are such fun. Lot of hard work, but it means we get to see a lot more of them as we help our daughter and son-in-law. Cheers Sailor
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Thank you for your replies. The boys are doing really well. They were transferred on the weekend to our nearest hospital. Our daughter was transferred from there the day before she had the babies, but they didn't have enough humidicribs for her. The biggest baby should be in a normal crib soon. All feeding and breathing well.
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Thanks for your message, Two of the boys are out of humidicribs now. They are two weeks old today, hard to believe that we were waiting at the hospital waiting anxiously for their birth. The smallest one, he was 2lb 8oz unfortunately he has a very bad cleft palate, but that can be corrected with surgery when he is around 6 months old. His name is Mason Gordon - Gordon was my dad's name. Well, if you have ever read my profile you can see that I have a great family history of cancer. My grandfather and father both had bowel cancer and when I had mine they related it to that. I have annual colonoscopy and every second year have a gastroscopy. I am due for both again this December. Last week my mum was told that she might have bowel cancer too, or it could be something else that I have and that is diverticular disease of the bowel. One of mum's sisters also had bowel cancer a couple of years ago as well as her other sister with breast cancer. On dad's side of the family an uncle also had lung cancer and his two children had cervical and pancreatic cancer. Gee, what was my chance of escaping it? I feel that having cancer has made me a better person, more confident in how I face things, though I have always been told that I have a very positive outlook on life. I am going to have my gall bladder out in two weeks. Gee, I am on the organ donor's list for when I pass on, but the way I am going there won't be much left of me to donate. ha ha ha. No, I am not whinging, just feeling like to share with someone. Enjoy your twin grandchildren, do you have any others? We have a grandson and grandaughter from our son, Callum has mild autism with moderate learning and his sister has asperger's (another form of autism). Lovely children. Have a good weekend. Thanks for reading my message,
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Thanks for your message, Two of the boys are out of humidicribs now. They are two weeks old today, hard to believe that we were waiting at the hospital waiting anxiously for their birth. The smallest one, he was 2lb 8oz unfortunately he has a very bad cleft palate, but that can be corrected with surgery when he is around 6 months old. His name is Mason Gordon - Gordon was my dad's name. Well, if you have ever read my profile you can see that I have a great family history of cancer. My grandfather and father both had bowel cancer and when I had mine they related it to that. I have annual colonoscopy and every second year have a gastroscopy. I am due for both again this December. Last week my mum was told that she might have bowel cancer too, or it could be something else that I have and that is diverticular disease of the bowel. One of mum's sisters also had bowel cancer a couple of years ago as well as her other sister with breast cancer. On dad's side of the family an uncle also had lung cancer and his two children had cervical and pancreatic cancer. Gee, what was my chance of escaping it? I feel that having cancer has made me a better person, more confident in how I face things, though I have always been told that I have a very positive outlook on life. I am going to have my gall bladder out in two weeks. Gee, I am on the organ donor's list for when I pass on, but the way I am going there won't be much left of me to donate. ha ha ha. No, I am not whinging, just feeling like to share with someone. Enjoy your twin grandchildren, do you have any others? We have a grandson and grandaughter from our son, Callum has mild autism with moderate learning and his sister has asperger's (another form of autism). Lovely children. Have a good weekend. Thanks for reading my message,
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