So we are having a few jealousy issues but Tim is still smiling. Julia is doing great and has almost adjusted to everyone in the house with the exception of Meshu aka the dog. Carson, on the other hand, is learning to share with big sister. It becomes comical at times around the house with one crying and then the other and the many tug of war battles the two are having. We took her for her first outing as a family of six today. We all got up around 5 a.m. and by 8:45 a.m. we made it to the Cracker Barrel and were seated to eat. It goes something like this: My plate sits and gets cold and I turn to the left and give Carson a bite and then turn to the right and give Julia a bite. If you do not turn quick enough, one of them will wine because they are not getting your attention or food. It's official, I have the upmost respect for people with twins, triplets, etc. Matthew and Chase are such a big help. I am grateful that God has given me the experience and wisdom to know that the time of our kids being babies will pass so soon and that the stressful times will be a distant memory. Tim and I both feel so blessed to have these children even though we look a little frayed right now. Tim has been great during this whole process and I am so lucky to have him as are the kids.
Thank you again to all of those who have followed us and we look forward to sharing Julia's progress with you. Thank you to Lori for all of the prayers and the priceless pictures that you took for us earlier this year. You were right on the money with her personality. She does have a smile and a comical side to her. She fits in perfectly with our family.