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Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
time in you=less time NICU. Ready? Car seats? Beds? Diapers? http://www.mostonline.org/stagesnew.htm. Good info for infant multiples Have a system to keep track of feedings? Volunteers helping? Soap and water ready for hand washing? The big day is almost here (but not yet)! Yo have some nice size babies. Keep 'em growing.
Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
"Diane do you know how to join local MOST groups?" Hi Lindsay, MOST is a national non-profit (with some international members too). We don't have "local" groups, but have members across the US. There are some groups that we are in close contact with, sharing resources and such.We have families that have been through almost every circumstance from getting pregnant, finding out their pregnant, reduction concern, gaining weight, maintaining the pregnancy (pre term labor and medication), enjoying bed rest, feeling like a beached whale, delivery, leaving the babies in the hospital, bringing them home. Diapers, feedings, sleeping, etc.  And through to high school graduation (ok, that's still in your far future!) Hope you had a chance to visit the website www.mostonline.org  .  Best place to start http://www.mostonline.org/stagespreg.htm  Feel free to call the office  631 859 1110I'd be happy to call you if you want.Diane
Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
Lindsay, you are doing a good job! No, being in the hospital maynot be fun bu that's the best place for you and the babies now. The next 9 weeks will be done soon (really!). It is just a short time in the big picture. There are many things you can do while n the hospital. Take advantage of the time!
Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
time in you=less time NICU. Ready? Car seats? Beds? Diapers? http://www.mostonline.org/stagesnew.htm. Good info for infant multiples Have a system to keep track of feedings? Volunteers helping? Soap and water ready for hand washing? The big day is almost here (but not yet)! Yo have some nice size babies. Keep 'em growing.
Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
"Diane do you know how to join local MOST groups?" Hi Lindsay, MOST is a national non-profit (with some international members too). We don't have "local" groups, but have members across the US. There are some groups that we are in close contact with, sharing resources and such.We have families that have been through almost every circumstance from getting pregnant, finding out their pregnant, reduction concern, gaining weight, maintaining the pregnancy (pre term labor and medication), enjoying bed rest, feeling like a beached whale, delivery, leaving the babies in the hospital, bringing them home. Diapers, feedings, sleeping, etc.  And through to high school graduation (ok, that's still in your far future!) Hope you had a chance to visit the website www.mostonline.org  .  Best place to start http://www.mostonline.org/stagespreg.htm  Feel free to call the office  631 859 1110I'd be happy to call you if you want.Diane
Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
Lindsay, you are doing a good job! No, being in the hospital maynot be fun bu that's the best place for you and the babies now. The next 9 weeks will be done soon (really!). It is just a short time in the big picture. There are many things you can do while n the hospital. Take advantage of the time!
Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
time in you=less time NICU. Ready? Car seats? Beds? Diapers? http://www.mostonline.org/stagesnew.htm. Good info for infant multiples Have a system to keep track of feedings? Volunteers helping? Soap and water ready for hand washing? The big day is almost here (but not yet)! Yo have some nice size babies. Keep 'em growing.
Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
"Diane do you know how to join local MOST groups?" Hi Lindsay, MOST is a national non-profit (with some international members too). We don't have "local" groups, but have members across the US. There are some groups that we are in close contact with, sharing resources and such.We have families that have been through almost every circumstance from getting pregnant, finding out their pregnant, reduction concern, gaining weight, maintaining the pregnancy (pre term labor and medication), enjoying bed rest, feeling like a beached whale, delivery, leaving the babies in the hospital, bringing them home. Diapers, feedings, sleeping, etc.  And through to high school graduation (ok, that's still in your far future!) Hope you had a chance to visit the website www.mostonline.org  .  Best place to start http://www.mostonline.org/stagespreg.htm  Feel free to call the office  631 859 1110I'd be happy to call you if you want.Diane
Diane Wipfler
Diane Wipfler
Lindsay, you are doing a good job! No, being in the hospital maynot be fun bu that's the best place for you and the babies now. The next 9 weeks will be done soon (really!). It is just a short time in the big picture. There are many things you can do while n the hospital. Take advantage of the time!