By the end othe waiting for dinner time, I needed a pacifier!
I'll hold yours, you hold mine!
Today Sandra gave us a huge scare. While Josh and I were down stairs chatting away we heard the monitor alarms go off. No matter what we are doing we stop and run as fast as we can to get to her. We have had false alarms but you never know unless you check on her. Luckily, we took the alarms serious, like always. Sandra was blue and choking on her vomit. She refluxed so bad, it was coming out her nose and mouth causing her to be unable to breathe. Josh starting suctioning her and I was undressing her and trying to stimulate. It was a long several minutes but she started breathing regularly again. Thank God she had her monitor on or we would never have known.
That happened around 6:00 pm. The commotion must have stirred the rest of the girls because until their next feed they were all extremely mad and kept me and Josh on our toes. Nothing worked; bouncy seat, swing, tummy time, laying on their backs holding them or even rocking them. We each had to hold two pacifiers in their mouths and wait until it was time to feed them again.
Well, today was Josh's Birthday. He wanted a double jogging stroller (they don't make a quadruplet one) and mushroom burger for dinner. With help from his mom and dad he got the stroller. I had the hamburger thawed but with the commotion going on with the girls I never got to make it. We ordered his next choice, PIZZA and Buffalo wings. We slammed it down during the 8:00 feed in between burping the girls.