Happy, healthy.... and extraordinarily handsome.

We knew it all along, but yesterday a whole bunch of experts confirmed our opinions. We took the wuggies back to the hospital for their high-risk follow-up appointment, and various members of the NICU staff examined their growth and development. It was so good to bring them back to the wonderful women who had cared for them as tiny, fragile infants, and to celebrate just how far they've come. The consensus was that they are just precisely the way they ought to be for the age they ought to be. No sign of cognitive delays in Isaiah, despite the nasty blood infection, and Natebug is even a little advanced.

Thanks be to God!

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