After a long absence on this blog, I am back. I have so much to write about and have gotten so behind that I never write thinking of all that needs to be written ahead of the current event. As of today, I am over it! Today is a very special day in our house, February 29th! The big deal? 3 babies born on this date in 2004, a Sunday night when most people were home, snuggled in for the evening. We, however were at MUSC, the Medical University of South Carolina, in Charleston, giving birth to triplets. As you have probably guessed by it being on a Sunday night, this was no C-Section and nor a planned induction. Further, these 3 babies, all fraternal, another unusual twist as most triplets are a set of identical twins plus one, are spontaneous meaning no fertility or aid on our part at all for their conception. There is so much more to this story but God started it and we're sure He's going to end it using His plan. Here are a couple of links to articles about our sweet children, Harris (A), Elizabeth (B), and Andrew (C). Even though there are a few other sets born on leap day, none to our knowledge are spontaneous, all fraternal, and born on this day unplanned.
Happy Leap Year Day!