8 hours ago
They're crawling, they're standing, and pretty soon they'll be walking. Micropreemies are the most resilient babies I know. Being born at 28 weeks, my girls came into the world with a disadvantage and medical professionals sometimes counted them out. At least in my experience.
My main MFM doctor was so insensitive when I was pregnant. I knew he was the best at what he did, but compassion was definitely not his strength. I knew having identical triplets was extremely high risk, but he basically made me feel like my babies had the worst chance possible. I had weekly ultrasounds and I left every appointment crying. That's a lot of tears.
Even though we lost Bella at 12 days old, my girls have shown incredible strength. They fought through every issue. We overcame every obstacle. When the devil tried to implant negative thoughts in my head and my faith started to waiver, my babies showed me the power of God and prayer. Because of them, I believe. I don't knock down the doors of the church on Sundays, but I know there's a higher power watching and guiding my family and I as we navigate through life. I'll never have all the answers, but I'll always have faith and belief. Nobody can ever take that from me.
Can you guess which baby this is?