|David holding Jack Edward and Justin David beside Dezi|
David and Dezi (Desirée) double-downed June 9th with Jack Edward Rollins and Justin David Rollins. Both are 17 inches long. Jack debuted at five pounds, three ounces. Justin at three pounds, fourteen ounces. Yesterday he broke that four pound mark, and we can get them together when he is more enthusiastic about eating naturally rather than the easier tube, but at this point Justin's in the NICU. They're both fine, as are David and Dezi. And Grandmom? That's still Irma. But it's me. That will take some time to assimilate.
|Jack Edward Rollins with Grandmom|
These modern parents are so neat. David set it up so Dezi had a computer (his, since hers balked) in her hospital room, and he sat in the office Skyped into the hospital room. He could see and hear what went on. Once the doctor came in and observed David didn't appear to be paying attention, what with his sitting there programming busily with headphones on. David turned and stuck his tongue out. Dr. Kaye reciprocated. Bad examples. The next time they ran a sonogram, Jack stuck his tongue out at the doctor.
|Justin David with grandfather who has not selected |
a moniker and Grandmom
|Pop and Grandmom with first great-grandchild, |
Donna Ellen Tole Epps
So, I drove home, getting there after eleven. The next eight hours held some drama and not much sleep and David's call that a count had dropped below the acceptable level and they would take the babies at noon. I dressed, went to the courthouse and begged out of judging, lined up a kennel, went home to get the dogs, took the dogs but not the necessary medication for one, went back to the house and typed out instructions from my GPS as to how to get to the hospital without driving on toll roads (at Mike's request), got everything packed except the makeup bag from the bathroom, looked for my GPS I'd used to type the instructions, discussed with Mike going in my car with the toll tag, but he wanted the freedom not to stay as long as I would want to stay. I told him he could leave me there and come back. He chose for us to take two cars. I looked for the GPS again, and again, took the medicine and a dog toy to the kennel, and drove back to the Metromess, got bad lost without the GPS, and finally got to the hospital, walking in at the same time Mike did since he couldn't find one of the roads on the instructions with all the road construction. So. That was a rather sleepless couple of days. I slept well, bought some makeup, visited at the hospital and did other things, was there the first night Jack was home, visited Justin in the NICU and came home a week ago tomorrow. I'll go back soon for more lessons on what it is to be Grandmom!
|Alma Ellen Anderson Breedlove (Mother) |
and David at one week
|Barbara and Mike|
Pop and Grandmom
March 2, 1974
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Irma Lorene Richards Breedlove, was a very important person in their life but has since passed away. The author now holds the title of "Grandmom," which they are still adjusting to. Their son David and his partner Dezi recently had twin boys named Jack Edward and Justin David. Justin is currently in the NICU, but both babies are doing well. The author describes the modern parenting techniques of David and Dezi, including David Skyping into the hospital room and even sticking his tongue out at the doctor through the camera. The author also describes a hectic few days leading up to the birth of the twins and their visit to the hospital. https://www.goodgarages.net/
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