Over the weekend I was able to spend some one-on-one time with two babies.
Sweet Baby E is almost 8 months old, which is one of my favorite stages. We hung out in the church nursery while his Daddy made a bonfire for the youth group on Friday evening. He's just figuring out crawling and sitting up, so he's interactive and playful without being dangerously fast.
Saturday we had the pleasure of caring for our nephew, Baby D. He is two months old and becoming more and more curious about his surroundings. I love being able to rock a baby to sleep and have nothing to do other than watch his chest rise and fall.
I turned 27 two weeks before the triplets were born. This means that I will (hopefully) be turning 45 right after they graduate high school. I will have four young adults (hopefully in their own homes or apartments) in my late 40's. I find this very appealing to know that Jesse and I could be young, healthy grandparents, teachers, etc.
So for those that continue to ask if we plan to have more children, the answer is a resounding NO!