When my friend Martha, who had quadruplets two years older than mine, came with her kids to see me in the hospital before I delivered, I noticed how her children always touched one another, not letting the connection between them be broken. My kids did the same thing, touching each other constantly and necessarily. They always loved on each other and stayed connected physically. Even when they were newly born, they did better when they were back together. Here are some of my favorite photos of them staying connected.
It really helped me yesterday to use pictures for my blog post so I could spend my time working on Chloe's Odyssey, so I'm going to show you some more of my favorite photos of the kids. Hope you enjoy seeing them!
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Life with Quadruplets
As a mother of quadruplets, I've had plenty of crazy experiences raising "supertwins." I blog a lot of memories about my kids. Sometimes just my thoughts on things. I get those sometimes—when my brain works. Which is about one third of the time.