Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Three Months Old

Yesterday Keagan and CJ were THREE MONTHS OLD!! Things at home have been going really well and both kids have been thriving as promised by the NICU doctors and nurses-WooHoo! 

We are both doing a fantastic job of sticking to our schedule: diaper, EAT, snuggle, sleep every three hours. Mom and Dad are extremely thankful for this :) 

Keagan weighed 5 lb 15 oz this past Friday, so she is probably way over 6 pounds now. Her hair looks pretty red in this pic and yes, both her and her bro have a definite strawberry blond thing happening! 

Working on his dance moves...the hands and arms are always moving when he's awake. 

Both kids are now consistently off their oxygen making for all these great photo ops.   In the last 24 hours, neither baby has needed the oxygen at all. We are now just doing spot checks with the pulse ox to check oxygen saturation. We went for a walk today and didn't bring ANY machines or oxygen-it was very exciting.  

Fat and happy :)
This guy weighed 8 lb 1 oz last week-his average gain right now is 2 ounces a day-it is great "catch up" weight. 

Auntie Stef made me my first tutu so we had to have a mini photo shoot on Sunday!

One week from Thursday will be our "actual" due date-June 30th.
We'll post again then or shortly thereafter with their weights that day-it continues to be amazing to see how far they've come in 3 months.


  1. Glad to hear the update! The babies are so darn cute! Keep up the great work Kendar and Clayton. You are awesome parents!

  2. How do I get Aunt Stefie to make me a tutu? - I'm serious. Love you CJ and Keagan!

  3. Kendra and Clayton. So gald to hear you finally got to bring your little nuggets home! They are adorable and we are all looking forward to meeting them! :-) Mrs. Kuebler

  4. I have prayed for your babies - and you two, ever since the moment we met. In my heart, i knew that we needed God to bless us all with His grace to have the best outcome, and we did! I am so happy to hear they are home, off oxygen, growing like beans. Sometime I'd love to come up and see them (I know how to wash my hands very well). The nursery nurses who visited St Francis and saw you, kept me up to date on their progress. Sometime when you are settled ........you let me know and I'll bring you lunch and my camera! Hugs and prayers for all of you! my home email is suewilkins@aol.com. I thought I had yours but can't find it.