by cutiepie 06 Mar 2008

Can you spare me and my babies any prayers or good thoughts? One of my boys is not growing so well, and they may have to be born very prematurely. I'm scared!


by dkjack 14 Mar 2008

I am so happy to hear you are doing better and are home again. You can relax more comfortably there. So nice that Grandma is there to watch over you and your family. Grandma's are the best. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

by letvia 14 Mar 2008

I still praying for you

by gerryvb 14 Mar 2008

keep the faith, I believe everybody has you and the little ones in mind, hoping and praying for you.Try not to worry to much,but try to rest and to enjoy the babies.keep well!

by katydid 14 Mar 2008

Thanks for up dating us. I am praying for you and your babies. Love, katydid

by mollymarie 14 Mar 2008

I am only new here but i check every day to see if there is any news on your babies. I am pleased all is well. I know what those darn migraines are like i have suffered from them for years some times have what is called cluster migraines and they last for days. Any way enough of me. You keep well.

by jrob Moderator 14 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, I am so happy and relieved that all is well for now. God's grace IS sufficient. There is a reason that we were all united here, and it may just be you. How awesome is that? I don't know if you receive Guideposts or not, but there is an article by Deborah Norville, who used to suffer from migranes and she said that after she began journaling daily about the things she was thankful for, they have almost disappeared. Some sort of study on gratefulness showed less stress, etc. Anyway, I hope you find relief from that as you have enough going on right now. Peace be with you. hugs and love! ;)

by marjialexa Moderator 14 Mar 2008

Thanks so much for keeping us updated!! Those babies are surely going to have lots of 'aunties' and 'grammas' when they get here! Love you. Marji

by clawton 14 Mar 2008

So glad to hear all turned out ok. My prayers will continue to be with you. As I read your update a questions occurred to me. How did you decide which twin had which name?

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cutiepie by cutiepie 16 Mar 2008

It's kind of funny how it came about. I wanted to name a son Daniel (for my maternal Grandfather). So, when I found out I was pregnant, Daniel was my choice if it turned out to be a boy. Then when it turned out to be twins (and boys as well), I went to a baby-name site. I started searching for another name that I liked, and when I entered Thomas, it came back that the meaning of the name was "Twin". That clinched it for me. The "other" boy needed to be named Thomas. When they do the regular, monthly ultrasounds for twins, they designate one as baby A and the other as baby B so that they can track growth. Since I decided on Daniel first, baby A became Daniel and therefore baby B was Thomas. It is just happenstance that Danny has grown bigger. Either one could have wound up the one having troubles.

by missann 14 Mar 2008

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

by nglover1 14 Mar 2008

Cutiepie am so glad to hear your good news . Prayer can do wonders. Our thoughts & prayers are with you

by stickmuster 14 Mar 2008

Much strength and God benediction. All property for it!

by letvia 14 Mar 2008

I am still praying for you and for your family. XoXo

by marymoore 14 Mar 2008

prayer does work i know i am new here but i am with you xoxo *4u

by ron111otter 14 Mar 2008

I'm praying for you Cutiepie. Don't be scared, you'll be in good hands when the time comes, and
premature babies get on just as well as those born
normal times. My Dad was a very tiny baby, fitted
into a milk jug, but he went on to 86, so try not
to worry. Pat Norton

by sira 14 Mar 2008

So glad to hear that you are much better.Luckily you have got help from yours mother-in-law. Many good thoughts to your little ones and for YOU too!

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stickmuster by stickmuster 14 Mar 2008

Much strength and God benediction. All property for it!

by sandralochran 14 Mar 2008

My thoughts and prays are with you

by sufferingsonje 14 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, I have just seen all these encouraging words for you in your difficult time with the twins. Hold on to your faith. Glad that they managed to stop the premature births and gave Tommy more space to grow. You need to rest as much as you can. Its wonderful that you have a good family to support you. Big hug for you and the twins. A special one for Liam who must be worried about his Mommy and baby brothers.

by jensan 14 Mar 2008

Hi cutiepie,
It is always worring when babies are born early but most often it just means you get to see them sooner. I am mother to twin girls now 29 year old. they were prem babies. people said they would always be backward compared to single babies, but no way they have gone through university and now have excellent jobs. God is good. Praying for your family. Take care

by ruthie 14 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, so good to hear from you, and see your smiling face. Pleased to hear that there's some good amongst all that you went through on Wednesday. Love you, and you take care of yourself and those beautiful twins. Hugs and flowers to you sweetie. So good to have you back, you've been missed.

by raels011 14 Mar 2008

Hi cutiepie I amm so glad to hear your news. I have just walked in from being away for two days and had to check in before I did anything else and to hear your news was very good

by cutiepie 14 Mar 2008

Finally, I am back with more news. Yesterday (Wednesday), I spent 2 hours in Maternal/Fetal medicine while they "played tag" with my two little guys. They boys wouldn't stay still when the nurse tried to record their heart rates. Then, I got sent downstairs where I spent another 7 hours in Labor and Delivery trying to stop preterm labor. I was having contractions about every three minutes (although I only felt a bit more than half of them). The scariest part was when they changed fro just being pressure to actually hurting. We did eventually get the contractions to stop, and I am on a new medication to prevent them from starting again, but it was a very stressful and emotional day. To top it all off, I had a migraine today and didn't do much more than sleep while my husband's mom took care of Liam for me. Thank heaven for the Angels known as "Grandma".

On the bright side, the twins have shifted some so that Tommy isn't crushed into my ribs anymore. Hopefully now he will regain his growth pattern and get nice and big. I have not started dialating yet, and additional testing shows that I will not likely need to deliver in the next two weeks or longer, unless the contractions get out of control again, so there is definite good news in with the mess. Again, thanks to all who have been praying for me. I *KNOW* that it has helped, in more ways than one. How wonderful it is to find a new family where it is not expected. (On the computer? Of all places!)

shirlener88 by shirlener88 14 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, thank God that it all turned around and that you are home again - you are right we have had you in our hearts and continued to pray for you. Your "CUTE" family loves and cares for you from around the world, dear heart. Smile - we all love you.

shirlener88 by shirlener88 14 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, thank God that it all turned around and that you are home again - you are right we have had you in our hearts and continued to pray for you. Your "CUTE" family loves and cares for you from around the world, dear heart. Smile - we all love you.

kezza2sew by kezza2sew 14 Mar 2008

That is good news, rest plenty and stay well, Hugs Kerry

iris2006 by iris2006 14 Mar 2008

Hello cutiepie, glad te hear the good news and to k now that you are home again with the hekp of angel "GRANDMA". Be strong, take good restst and we all be thinking of you and your family those days. Love

nini by nini 14 Mar 2008

Thank God you've got good news! I'll keep praying for you and yous babies. Take care. Love.

freida by freida 14 Mar 2008

See, God is Faithful. He wants nothing but good for you. You and the boys are fine at the end of this ordeal. The mustard seed of faith is growing...

elaine45 by elaine45 15 Mar 2008

I am very happy that you have something to be happy about. I know you still worry but it is good to be able to relax a little. Before long you will be holding them in your arms.

shirlener88 by shirlener88 15 Mar 2008

Stay positive and we will continue praying. I wished that there was a way that I could just come over to your place and help out. I really would, you know?

by lace 13 Mar 2008

Yes, I am praying for you, & have posted your request on the World Prayer Team . Com site also...
Peace of the Lord be with you and his babies you are carrying. Lou

by maryjo 13 Mar 2008

I am Gramma to identical triplet girls. They were very high risk. 2 of them shared 1 sac and were not growing equaly. Now they are beautiful healthy 1 yr olds. Kallie is 2 lbs heavier than Emily. And the Drs say Emily will probably always be petite. But they are perfectly normal. Modern medicine is phenominal, but I truly believe that the prayers from total strangers all over the world played a major role in their wellbeing.
Like you I was scared. I requested prayers from several groups. The outpouring of love and concern was overwhelming.
I have been praying for your whole family since I read your first post.
Chin up, follow Drs orders, and let the prayers of others carry you through.
Please do update us on the boys. We all want to meet them when they are up to it.
Love to you all, MaryJo

by ezzemml 13 Mar 2008

cutiepie i pray for you and your babies every time i log on and go to log off and i think of you often love to you and your family. the power of prayer is very strong and so will be you and your boys there are people all over the world praying for you all now..god bless

by gypsy 13 Mar 2008

Hon, even if they are premature, they usually do really well. I had 2 premature babies (at different times) and neither one of them had health problems. They were just tiny - but their growth caught up with normal babies quickly and they are parents themselves now. All will be well. God bless.

by nglover1 13 Mar 2008

Cutiepie & little ones. I feel that you will be getting good news . Prayers do wonders. Let us know.

by shirlener88 13 Mar 2008

Update us - PLEASE!

by cutiepie 12 Mar 2008

OK, all. Next doctor's appointment is in about 13 hours, and they will be doing an ultrasound to see how things have progressed. I will let you know what we find out as soon as I can thereafter. Again, your faith, prayers and support are really helping me along in this difficult time of "wait-and-see".

shirlener88 by shirlener88 12 Mar 2008

Thank you.

shirlener88 by shirlener88 12 Mar 2008

Still praying!

ruthie by ruthie 12 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, I've said it all already, so I'l just say I love you, my thoughts and prayers are with you constantly, hugs and kisses, and flowers of course, and all the best for tomorrow sweetie.

lorettag28 by lorettag28 12 Mar 2008

We will be praying and have you in our hearts and waiting to hear how the boys are, dear one.

jrob by jrob 12 Mar 2008

Special prayers for you, Cutiepie, and all of the little ππ's ;)

tmjanecek by tmjanecek 12 Mar 2008

I wish you the best of luck at your ultrasound... I hope everything is okay!

by grummy 10 Mar 2008

I have not been with the site very long BUT my prayers are with and for you and your family

shirlener88 by shirlener88 10 Mar 2008

Welcome grummy, it is nice to have you included with "CUTE" family and thank you for joining in to pray for our cutiepie. *4U

lorettag28 by lorettag28 10 Mar 2008

grummy, welcome - we love including you in the "CUTE" family. A flower for you.

by nurselilly 10 Mar 2008

Hi Cutiepie, glad to read your updated news put your feet up and try and relax just know that we are all thinking of you. I dont have much experience with newborn babies as i work in a small country hospital but deal with anything that presents itself to our door. But i am sure you are getting the best care take care ***** 4 u all

by lorettag28 10 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, I hope you saw that cute magnet in the projects for you. HaHa Loretta oh, a flower for you, dear one.

by tanuja 10 Mar 2008

you n your babies will be in my prayers every day. pls do not be scared and no negative thoughts as the babies can sense it, u do not want that.lots of love n hugs.have faith.

by annepadams 09 Mar 2008

CutiePie, I was glad to read your update.. Please hang in there.. I know exactly what you are going through.

by tmbache 09 Mar 2008

Oh Cutiepie, I just wish I could be there with you, to hold and comfort you in your time of need. we are all praying and praying hard for you, the babies and your whole family. I have put you on our prayer list at church and also my sister has. God is listening and he will take care of you and your babies espically "Little Tommy". Little Tommy will be special to me cause that is my only sons name also.He was born with a birth defect but now he is a big strapping man of 36. God Bless you and your family and Keep you wrapped in his loving arms. Hugs and Kisses and warm thoughts to you all the way from the cold state of Maine.

by jrob Moderator 09 Mar 2008

Thank you for updating us my sweet girl. I have a daughter that is 28 with an 11 mo old so I feel a little like mothering you. I wish that I could come cook and clean and play with little Liam and give you and hubby a break. I can't do those things, but why don't you let me pray & worry for you, just for today. Could you take a break? You just relax, I've got it for the next 24 hours. ;)

by freida 09 Mar 2008

Thanks for the update. You and the babies are and will be fine. Psalms 91. You are under His protection. Hugs and God Bless, Freida

by busymommy 09 Mar 2008

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I have not been in your situation. However, my first son now 27 months had to have cranial surgery at 3 1/2 months old. The saggital suture on his skull had fused before he was born. The surgery created 5 new openings in his skull, 4 small ( 2 on each side of his skull) one 1 bigger one on the top of his skull. The removal of the skull was to allow his skull to continue to grow. YOu would never know he even had surgery , but of course you can see the scar from ear to ear. We are very thankful for that scar though. God can work miracles. The Pediactric ICU said he was one of the fastest healing babies they had ever seen and one of the happiest. We live in North Carolina but are from Texas. We had a prayer chain almost from NC to TX with family in Gerogia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas.

He comforts us in all our trouble so that we can comfort others. When others are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us.
-Corinthians 1:4

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shirlener88 by shirlener88 09 Mar 2008

busymommy, what part of NC are you living in? I lived in Greensboro from 2000 through October of 2007. Where do you go for your embroidery? *4U

by cutiepie 09 Mar 2008

Just a little update: nothing new, but nothing new either. In other words, no good news (Tommy [the one we're most worried about] hasn't miraclously gained a half pound or turned himself into head-down position or anything like that), but there is also no bad news (they are both still in utero and aside from four or five little contractions through the day today, they show no signs of needing "out" quite yet). If and when anything new happens, I will post and let you all know. Thank you all for being here for me. It means more than you will ever know.

lorettag28 by lorettag28 09 Mar 2008

Oh Cutiepie, we have been worried, but also we knew that God was watching you and the two little guys, nice to know Tommy's name, what is the other's? It sounds like you are in much better spirits and we like that. Don't forget to move your clock forward tonight, I know you hate that. But we don't want you getting up late tomorrow. HaHa. A flowr for you.

cutiepie by cutiepie 10 Mar 2008

Tommy's "big" brother is Daniel (most likely to be called Danny) and their older brother is Liam, short for William. We like to name our children for members of the family, and so Liam is named for his Grandpa Bill (hubby's dad), Danny is named for his Great-grandpa Dan (my mom's dad), and Tommy is named for his Great-great-grandpa Thomas (my dad's grandpa). I figure that if Great grandpa Thomas could survive fleeing from Krakow with his young wife to escape the army conscription, come to America not knowing any English at all, and then raise a family of 12 kids when his wife died, he must have been a pretty strong fellow and my Tommy will have a good person to be looking up to. PS, I DID get up late, but not because of forgetting to change my clock. =]

iris2006 by iris2006 10 Mar 2008

Hello cutiepie, don't forget that every little change in the right way for you all is a big step. Just hope that every dayu will be a little bit better day. Love, hugs and a flower

libster2896 by libster2896 10 Mar 2008

Hello cutipie, what wonderful and strong names, they are the same names that run in my family also, William (my nephew and great-grandfather and some 5 generations back), Daniel, my son and hubby's father, and Tommy, as Thomas, runs back many generations in my dad's side and would have been the name chosen if our second child had been a boy. The other names that go with Thomas have been Horace and Mortimer, I say, go with Tommy!!!!!!
Hope you are doing well and so are your boys. Hang in there, thoughts for you are obviously coming in from sewing rooms all over the world. Keep strong and positive, still thinking of and praying for you all, Libby

clawton by clawton 10 Mar 2008

Thank you for letting us know how things are going. Sounds like they each have their own personality already.

lorettag28 by lorettag28 10 Mar 2008

We are stil praying and thinking wonderful thoughts for you and the boys.

by firemansusu 08 Mar 2008

You are in my prayers from this day forward. Now, I hope you have a GREAT OB/Gyn who deals with high risk and a GREAT neonatal ICU hospital. My oldest daughter is a NICU nurse at one of the best hospital in Dallas, Tx. and if you would like her email address I'm sure she would be glad to help, and perhaps can address some of the issues you are facing not only from a nurse's perspective, but as a mother of 4. God bless you and your family. Susan

by dlmds 08 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, Hubby. and baby boys, You all will have prayers from me!! One of my grandbabies was a premmie. She is now a healthy girl of 14. The Dr's and hospitals are so knowledgeable now, and #1 there are many miracles from God. Hugs to all of you, much love!!!

by jrob Moderator 08 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, I wasn't able to get on yesterday, so am just seeing this. I will be in prayer for you and your babies and all of your family. Do you mind if I share with my prayer group? I wish that I could come and hold your hand and make it better, but I can only send you good things from my heart. There are miracles, and I will prayerfully claim one with your name on it. ;)

by mimisews2 08 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, I pray that the Lord Jesus Christ will strengthen your heart and mind as well as your body as your children continue to grow and develop under His watchful care. Take comfort in God's Word. Psalms are comforting. Ps. 139 tells us that God knows us before we are born and He has a plan for each of us! Much love. Do you know Him?

by shirlener88 08 Mar 2008

What a great group of people we have here - you can't even read all the messages, there are two pages and it times out - before you can get to the second page, not sure that I have ever seen two pages of messages before. You all are so wonderful and I am sure your prayers and support have helped calm cutiepie's fears.

by simplytrisha 08 Mar 2008

Dearest Cutiepie along with all your embroidery my family and I will send you love and prayers being the mother of two beautiful daughters I know how precious life is and we will send all our prayers and flowers to you

by babyred 07 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, My prayers to you and your boys. I know prayers are answered and miracles do happen. I have personally seen several miracles including my youngest son who has survived brain cancer. With all the prayers from this wonderful group, your boys are bound to be one more of God's miracles. Just take it easy and have hope.

by libster2896 07 Mar 2008

Hello Cutiepie, was thinking about you all last night and have come to the conclusion that babies are our great faith restorers. They don't complain, they just need love and they can overcome the most amazing odds, including being born so early and all sorts of other medical dramas. They are the greatest fighters on earth and make us realise just what is really important, and just what we can overcome with a good dose of determination. Hang in there, and if you are afraid, that is nothing to be ashamed of, it just goes to show how much you love these children already, even though you haven't even met them in person yet, (despite carrying them and no doubt having been kicked about the ribs and the bladder a bit). I do understand your fears of a premature birth, as my second pregnancy was a placenta praevia (placenta over the cervix instead of up the top of the uterus) and the further along we went, the bigger the haemorrhage risk it became. Every bump put fear into my heart that I might start bleeding and not make it to hospital in time to save my little girl. When I did start to haemorrhage we were so lucky it was only 5 weeks early, and my little Jessica, after a slow start, just kept coming along strong as anything and now at one she has past her big brother in growth and weight. So often we hear about babies coming along early, and within a year you would never know anything could have been wrong, and so often these babies are so much stronger through lifes difficulties than others who started out with no dramas at all. Have faith in your babies strength that they have already shown by making it this far, and they will take strength from the love you have for them. We will all continue to think of and pray for you, your family and your boys.

katydid by katydid 07 Mar 2008

You are wonderful!!

katydid by katydid 07 Mar 2008

a flower to you

lorettag28 by lorettag28 07 Mar 2008

Wow, a flower for you, too!

by ctyanke4 07 Mar 2008

Just wanted to tell you that you and the boys will be in my daily prayers. *

by purplex 07 Mar 2008

Have you on my list. God Bless you all and your families.

by dkjack 07 Mar 2008

My prayers are with you and your babies. Think positive and have faith.

by diannem 07 Mar 2008

Good thoughts and warm hugs to you from NZ

by ruthie 07 Mar 2008

Oh Cutiepie, I just wish so much that I could come over there and just give you the biggest hug ever, and hold you close and just *fix* things for you. You, and your family, have my thoughts, prayers and good wishes that all will go right for you and the twins. I'm sending you and the twins loving, healing and calming thoughts, and even though we're kms/miles apart I know that they will reach you all and help. When I do my meditation I'll visualise your tiny twin growing in size and strength, and catching up with his brother. And even though I can't be there in person sweetheart, you'll be in my thoughts all the time. I love you Cutiepie, you, and those twins, are special. Love, hugs, kisses, flowers and all the best wishes, thoughts and prayers in the world to you and those very precious twins. XOXOXO

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cutiepie by cutiepie 08 Mar 2008

You just made me cry, but these are HAPPY tears, so it's a good thing. Thank you so much, my friend. Thank you ALL, my friends!

by dlonnahawkins 07 Mar 2008

Our thoughts and prayers are with you always, and May our loving God always protect you and the babies.

by wendymay60 07 Mar 2008

Cutiepie. My thoughts are with you, your boys & family. Please Cutie eat lots of freash fruit & Vegies and have plenty of rest (lay down with your legs elevated). a bit hard to use the computer but your babies and your health are more important. Above this talk to your boys and tell them that we are all wishing them the best of health & LOTS of love.

by annepadams 07 Mar 2008

Hello Cutiepie.. I have boy/girl twins that were born at 33 weeks.. They both spent a week in the hospital and were born 4 and 5 lbs. They are over a year old now and doing wonderful. Keeping you in my thoughts..

by shirlener88 07 Mar 2008

cutiepie, please know we all care for you and your unborn boys - keep us informed as you can - I wished that I had a way to be with you during this fearful time - my heart goes out to you and I keep coming back to this quesiton - to find out more - the more I come the more that I see - God is working in your life and ours - or we all wouldn't be praying and pulling so much for you. What a great big "CUTE" family we all have here. Please feel how much we care for you.

by marymoore 07 Mar 2008

hi cutiepie went to work today and got a prayer circle going for you and your babies best wishes and praying for you

by clawton 07 Mar 2008

My prayers will certainly be with you. I wish you the best in health and care. Please keep us up to date on your progress. I'm sure it is scary but I'm sure you are looking forward to their births.

by cutiepie 07 Mar 2008

Thank you all so very much! I am amazed, and yet should have known I would get such an outpouring of love from the members of this site. You are all so wonderful. I am trying to give individual responses, but it may take a while. Just know that you have made my fears fade, and my hope and faith bloom just like the flowers we love to share here.

by tmjanecek 07 Mar 2008

I wish you the most luck in continuing your pregnancy for as long as possible. I know these are scary times. I am a RN in the NICU and the good news for your babies are that premature babies have much better changes survival and fewer complications from being born early than in the past. How many weeks are you into your pregnancy?

cutiepie by cutiepie 07 Mar 2008

I will be 31 weeks tomorrow. I know that babies survive being born that early, and even earlier, but I don't want them to have to go through all the struggles that come with being premies. My nephew was a 33 week birth, and it hurts my heart to see how much more difficult things are for him than his brother. Thank you so for your good wishes.

tmjanecek by tmjanecek 07 Mar 2008

Do you know if your boys identical? Are you having more than two?

cutiepie by cutiepie 07 Mar 2008

There are just the two (boy is it strange sounding to say "Just" two) and we aren't sure if they are identical. They are in separate sacs and have separate placentas, but it is still a definite possibility that they will be identical.

tmjanecek by tmjanecek 07 Mar 2008

I have seen identical twins who had separate placentas and sacs once, so it is possible... Identical or fraternal, I know they are loved, already. Good luck, and definitely take it easy!

by freida 07 Mar 2008

Don't be afraid. God is with you. You and your boys are going to be fine. So many are praying for but it only take one who has faith.

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cutiepie by cutiepie 07 Mar 2008

Thank you so much. Your strength is strengthening me.

by anna25775 07 Mar 2008

cutiepie, please have faith in the Lord, through God nothing is impossible. My husband and I will keep you and your family in our prayers.

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cutiepie by cutiepie 07 Mar 2008

Thank you. I know that God can do the seemingly impossible; I am having twins, after all, and without medical intervention to get them on the way here(unlike my older son).

by sira 07 Mar 2008

My good thoughts are with you and I hope strength and faith to you !All these cute friends of yours are wishing all the best to you and your babies. Once more - All the best wishes to you I can send by wire ! ! !

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cutiepie by cutiepie 07 Mar 2008

Thank you for your hope, strength and faith. With this much of an outpouring of love, I feel MUCH less terrified than yesterday, and my heart is resting easier.

by coco128 07 Mar 2008

Oh Cutiepie, what could I say to make you feel better, what could I do to make it all better, if only I could sprinkle some magic fairy dust to make it all better, but I can't ... so I offer my prayers along with everyone else and just hope and pray with all our might and wish for the best for you and your babies. As a woman it is one of the greatest joys, but at times like this, it is very scary. Warm hugs for you and your babies. Take care and hang in there the best that you can. It's amazing how at times like this we gain new found strength that we never knew we had. So hold on tight and B-E-L-I-E-V-E !!!!

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cutiepie by cutiepie 07 Mar 2008

What can you say to make me feel better? You said it all right here in this sweet message. Knowing that I have sisters I have never met pulling for me and my babies is among the best medicine available.

by celticlady1031 07 Mar 2008

I know it's easier said than done but try not to be scared. Think positive thoughts and know that you, your babies and family are receiving lots and lots of well wishes and prayers from all over.

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celticlady1031 by celticlady1031 07 Mar 2008

I should also have said a hug and flower for you and a flower for everyone who has answered in your time of need. Everyone at this site is beyond generous.

by candy194244 07 Mar 2008

This is from Tallahassee, Florida. I have just read all the comments about your question and with all the responce you have to feel the love and hope from all of us. I have already said a prayer for you and boys, but when I finish I am going to start calling my Prayer Chain members from my church, so you will have lots of prayers from us. Just know that God loves you and your boys, he is a good and mercifull God and we now have to be positive and thank Him for healing your medical and spritule needs. Again we love you in Christ name and we will not forget, so keep us informed as much as you are able.

by kath1145 07 Mar 2008

May God lay His loving healing hands on your son and on your family. My prayer chain will add him to our list for God Does Do Miracles. Are you expecting twins or other multiples? Our love is with you all.

by katydid 07 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, I believe in the power of prayers, and I will pray for you and your babies. Try to think positive thoughts and not negative thoughts. Put your trust in God's will. Love, Kay in Georgia.

by donnaspring 07 Mar 2008

Dear Cutiepie,

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your children. Keep on keeping on and with all of your prayers and all of theothers I know God will be with you. God Bless you and your family.
Donna Spring

by joaniessw 07 Mar 2008

Yes, you and your boys are in my prayers.

by jenpoo1966 07 Mar 2008

oh cutiepie..i am sending you prayers and good thoughts for you and your sweet babies!
as every one says there is a higherpower lokking out for you and yours wishing you a good day and brighter tomorrow:) jennifer

by brendaleas 07 Mar 2008

Cutiepie lets pray, Our Father, WE pray that you will hold in your hands this Mother and these two very special babies. Heal were Dr's can not.
give this Mother a special touch,with peace that you have her and her unborn children in your care.
This is our prayer in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. AMEN.

by bonita1313 07 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, miracles are being made and prayers are being answered as we speak. You, your family and your unborn babies are being taken care of by a higher authority.

by pawolsey 07 Mar 2008

Trust in the Lord....He has a plan.
My prayers are with you. Pat

by sewingb 07 Mar 2008

You have my prayers and best wishes for you and your babies. Try not to be scared but think as positive as you can that God will take care of all of you.
Bernadette - Massachusetts

by revygirl 07 Mar 2008

My prayers are with u. I had a preemie 2lbs 11 oz in 1986 and he caught up in 2 yrs and was leaps and bounds ahead of the other kids and is in med school now studying to be a doctor. The drs can do pretty awesome things now with preemies. Take care, best of luck.

by kndcash 07 Mar 2008

Cutipe, I too had premature twin boys in 1977. Today they are 31 and strong. I will keep you and the boys in my prayers. God bless you and your family. Karen in Oklahoma.

by nini 07 Mar 2008

My prayers and thoughts are also with you, cutipie. I wish the best to you and to your little one. Have faith.

by marjialexa Moderator 07 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, I wish Utah wasn't so far away, I'd come & hold you through your very understandable fear. My best prayers, good thoughts & wishes are with you & your whole family right now, as always. Pull up the "In God's Hands" design on SiCK, the one with the baby, and *know* in your heart that's true. Those babes are so physically close to your heart, they'll hear, I'm sure. Soul Doctor gave good advice, too. It's normal to be scared, just don't let fear win. Believe the best, because so very much can be done these days that couldn't be even a few years ago. I love you, dear heart, as so many others here do, hang on to that, and to your faith. How I wish I could do more for you, dear dear lady! Marji

by nglover1 07 Mar 2008

Nancy from Alabama, I know it will take all of your strengh & faith . I know you are scared but just know you have many Sisters out here remembering you in their prayers & thoughts. . Prayer is wonderful and just know We Love you & your Babies. a flower for all three of you.

by dgarner 07 Mar 2008

We are lifting you and your sons up in prayer in Rome, Georgia. Trust God with all your heart, and place your babies in His hands. The LORD bless and keep you all.

by sulu 07 Mar 2008

Dear Cutiepie, My prayers are with you. Have faith and all will be well. I wish you many blessings. I will pass this on to my prayer group, so the prayers are widening. Take care, much love.

by hollyjune 07 Mar 2008

Absolutely; I'm starting right now.

by iris2006 07 Mar 2008

Hello cutiepie,
From Spain I wish you all the strenght you need. M y granddaughter was born 10 weeks earlier in 2006 and she fighted for her live, her weight was just 1.100 grams. She fitted in the palm of our hands. Now she is a wonderful girl, a little bit smaller than the children of her age and of course leighter in weight. So please keep hope and trust, os course this is difficult and it brings a lot of worries but only hope can pull you and your family trough. Excuses for my English bur I hope you can understand.

Love and hugs and of course the flower

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cutiepie by cutiepie 07 Mar 2008

Gracias! Te amo! My Spanish has deteriorated greatly from the year I spent in Spain (Oviedo), but my love for the people of Spain still thrives. I'm grateful that it is being returned so well by you.

by sqdancer 07 Mar 2008

Think only positive thoughts and believe your babies will be born beautiful and strong, we are all keeping you in our thoughts and and hugs to you and yours..

by souldr 07 Mar 2008

Salam (Peace) to you Cutipie and your family--

For a number of years I served as a hospital chaplain. The others that have written are right. God does work in mysterious ways. I have witnessed it time and time again.

Also, knowing others are praying with you has a calming and strengthening affect which is bebeficial to you and your babies.

Do you have some favorite music (either sacred or secular) that speaks to your heart and soul? If so, when you become anxious and feel hopeless, lie down and turn on the music. Place your hands on the babies and try to envision your favorite time or place. You will find that you will enter a state of relaxation and it will also relax the babies. This is important, because when you are stressed, they feel that stress as well.

My prayer is that you find joy,peace and strength during this difficult time.

--Soul Doctor

by marymoore 07 Mar 2008

hi my name is mary and i also had twins they were born when i was only 25 weeks pregnant. my boy was 2 lbs and my girl was only 1 lb my prayers are with you because i know it is hard. are they in the hospital or are they honme with you? mine stayed in the hospital for 48 days and now they are 3 almost 4 they are doing great so just hang in there and all will be well

tmjanecek by tmjanecek 07 Mar 2008

WOW!!! Your little guys really didn't spend that much time in the NICU! They were only around 32 weeks when they left the hospital and our patients (I am a RN in the NICU) usually leave when they are closer to 37-40 weeks.

marymoore by marymoore 07 Mar 2008

yes the nicu was great very good nurses and doctors but for the most part it was the nurses they were great

tmjanecek by tmjanecek 07 Mar 2008

I am glad to hear that you had a good NICU experience.

marymoore by marymoore 08 Mar 2008

yes it was great it was the knoxville tennessee childrens hospital i stayed at the ronald mcdonald house and the twins even was on tv for a childrens miracle network telethon my girl was in what they call a giraffe(?spelling)the nurses are who i praise

tmjanecek by tmjanecek 10 Mar 2008

Yes, you are right with the name Giraffe. It is the brand of bed (incubator).
The nurses play a very large part when it comes to a parent's experience while their baby is in the NICU. I have a few friends who have had babies in the NICU. None of them really have anything nice to say about their experience. It is nice to hear that not all parents feel that way. I always try to make my patients' parents' experience as pleasant as possible.

by gerryvb 07 Mar 2008

I'll wish you strength and faith, and may all go well with you and your babies. I believe that everyone will think of you and not only in their prayers, but also in the hart and mind.

by smoke1275 07 Mar 2008

Your in my thoughts at this challenging time. Try not worry, but it's easier to say than do. Best wishes, and prayers are with you. XXX

by wjbekker 07 Mar 2008

You and your babies are in my prayers. God will watch over you all. love and good wishes

by kezza2sew 07 Mar 2008

Cutiepie, Children are a precious gift from God so rest assured God is watching over you. God being the hearer of prayer, with all of us we will help you get through this. I have and will continue to pray for you and the babies. Lots of hugs, Kezza2sew. *4U

by josembroidery 07 Mar 2008

Said a prayer for you and your babies as soon as I read the message. I've seen God work many miracles with my own babies and now my grandbabies. He'll do the same for you. It's only natural to be afraid, but with everyone's prayers you trusting God for yourself and your littles ones, He will be with you. I await a GOOD REPORT!

by evrensburgh 07 Mar 2008

From South Africa. Know this and believe. With God nothing is impossible and our prayers are with you. Also know that with everyones prayers it can only go well but YOU have to believe in yourself and in Gods wisdom

by wilder 07 Mar 2008

There is a tear in my eye. I know you must be really scared. You will be in my prayers constantly. Be strong. God will take care of you.

by libster2896 07 Mar 2008

Not spare prayers, endless prayers for you and your babies and family. I hope all goes well, and remember, those midwives and nurses (God's angels in disguise I'm sure) in neo-natal units are so passionate and skilled about what they do that I'm sure you and your babies will be in wonderful and loving hands, as well as the love of their mother and father and family, your babies will flourish.

by lorettag28 07 Mar 2008

Oh my dear little cutiepie, please know that you will be in my prayers and thoughts through this time, surely you will have God's guidence and know that we all care for you. I wished that there was a way to make you not afraid. A flower to comfort you.

by nurselilly 07 Mar 2008

My thoughts are with you and your family Im sure things will work out for you all. take care ((( ))) & *s for you all

by maureenjp 07 Mar 2008

My prayers and thoughts are coming to you from Japan. I am sure God is Listening. Hugs to you and your family.

by lyn4 07 Mar 2008

Good thoughts for you all, including your family! You have everyone's prayers going your way!

by poppet 07 Mar 2008

Hi cutiepie,
you have the strength of my family's prayers behind you too for added strength. I feel that all will be well & know it is a scary time. God bless & I hope all goes well for you & yours xx

by persiancatlover 07 Mar 2008

you have my prayers to for you and your baby's

by ezzemml 07 Mar 2008

My prayers are with you and your babies.And in our family prayers also. May Gods grace be with you and turn your fear to strength for these little guy's are going to rely on you for theeir strength. love to you all.

by shirlener88 07 Mar 2008

Oh cutiepie, of coarse you have our prayers & thoughts - my husbands daugther had twin girls born premature - because one was larger than the other - they are five now - we do understand what you are going through - but can't help you get through it - but we do love and care for you - here is a big hug ((((((((cutiepie)))))))) *4U

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letvia by letvia 07 Mar 2008

Flower and XoXo

by letvia 07 Mar 2008

My prayers are also with you and with your babies. God is great and lovely. **

by raels011 06 Mar 2008

My prayers are with you. Before my twin grandson were born one was growing faster and squashing the other and had to be born by cesarean. And they are very healthy now and I pray yours will be the same **for you

by elaine45 06 Mar 2008

My prayers are with you. May god Bless you and your family.