Two days ago Nana and Papa sent an early birthday present for the boys. When I saw it, I literally cried. It was perfect! They have played on it (and gone to sleep without incident) the last two nights. The PT said it was great for gaining strength and it fills their sensory needs too. Thank you to Nana and Papa!
It has a tunnel through the middle.
The following pics were the best I could do: Jack was moving a million miles per hour!
When I started this blog, I originally thought it was going to be a taderbaby...we chose the nickname after the delicious spuds served at Young's Jersey Dairy...but quickly found out it was tader tots! At 28 weeks gestation my placenta started abrupting and I was briefly hospitalized, then put on strict bedrest. At 31w 4d I was let up for an hour a day. At 32w on the dot, I was re-admitted for bleeding and began a four day fight to stop labor which I lost on 2.15.07 when Jack's placenta abrupted fully. If I hadn't been at the hospital, we wouldn't have made it. Upon birth, Jack's apgar was 3. The boys spent 4 weeks in NICU and this is their story, and mine.