I forgot to mention that the ultrasound Brittany was waiting on was not too bad. The placenta is all in one piece, for now, it's showing some signs of pulling away from the wall. Everything else looks OK so far. Even if she wasn't having contraction she wouldn't be coming home, after this trauma they would have had to keep her and watch the babies closely. Her peri said that because of the trauma of the accident, it was probably best that the babies were delivered now, anyways.

(Oh, and I'm posting from email, so I apologize for the weird stuff that's at the bottom of each post.)


42 comments:

  1. Praying for you and the Babies Brittany.
    Can't wait to "meet" them soon. Ohhhh! I am so excited. ( :

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  2. Praying that all is well with Mommy and Babies!

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  3. again thank you for the updates!
    I must admit, it's my birthday today so I am happy to be sharing it with the twins! ;)

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  4. praying :) man, think about these little one's birth story that you'll be sharing one day soon!! ;) definitely different from their brothers', huh? :)

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  5. were they both head down at this latest ultrasound? I am hoping that the delivery goes well!

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  6. Praying! Excited and praying!!!

    ~Leah in Alaska~

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  7. Praying for you all. My twins were born at 36 weeks and never had to stay in the NICU so keep that in mind.

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  8. Can't wait to finally get to find out boys/girls.
    Of corse we will be our prayers to Brittnay and those babies!

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  9. Yes, Charity- they were both head down! God is good!

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  10. PRAYING! God is so good, so excited for you all.

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  11. Hi,
    I was just checking in after a week to see if the babes were still hiding...
    My heart sank as I got all caught up. How scarey. I will keep her family in my prayers.
    Hang in there everyone!
    Dawnie

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  12. What a good friend you are to continue to update us. It sure is appreciated!

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  13. Wow! I was not expecting THIS as I checked in today! Praying for everyone to be healthy.

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  14. praying for you - praying for no pain from the accident and healthy babies in your arms soon.
    thanks for updating...... I'll keep checking back and praying for good news!

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  15. Oh my gosh, so many prayers for Brittany, Paul, those little babes and their 4 boys!!! And bless you Shelly for posting and keeping all the blog fans (hehe) updated. WOW.

    Just prayers and virtual hugs and best wishes for an wonderful delivery of two amazing little ones. =)

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  16. Lots and lots of prayers! I can't wait to see those two little angels!

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  17. Hope all goes well with delivery. Can't wait to read all about it. :)

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  19. Praying for you all today.

    Blessings & Hugs~

    Kandi

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  20. praying for you and your family. also that you may have an 'easy' delivery as possible!!!!
    ~jody

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  21. Leonie from Australia8/19/08, 5:06 PM

    a long time lurker, i am wishing you all the best from the other side of the world, thankyou Shelly for posting....
    can't wait to hear some very happy news of the safe arrival of the twins

    Leonie

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  22. Oh my word, I'm excited! Here they come! Praying for Brittany to have NO pain during the pushing phase, for both babies to be born without the need for a c-section, for both babies to be very healthy, and for all to have peace. Oh, and for the medical staff to see His peace emanating from all involved.

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  23. I was JUST thinking about you Brittany. I have tears in my eyes and prayer in my heart for you, your family, and those littlest angels.

    All my best.

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  24. Excitedly waiting for an update! STILL PRAYING!!!

    ~Leah in Alaska~

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  25. Prayers for these little babies. Prayers for Brittany as her body delivers these previous miracles.

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  26. still praying! Thank you for forwarding on the details, so we can be specific in prayer.

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  27. You don't know me but i saw a comment of your's (Brittany) on Heth's blog from under the laundry pile and i love reading your blog, i just wanted to tell you that i am praying for you , the twins, your husband, and your other four little guys. And i am so excited to hear what the new babies names are. God Bless!

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  28. I just checked in and I cannot believe all that happened today! I cannot believe she was in this awful accident and that she is in labor!!!! That is crazy. I am glad the babies are doing just fine. I wish she could have held them in a bit longer but God knows what he is doing and He is there in the delivery room brining these babies into the world safely. I will continue to pray for her, her family, and those lovely babies. Thanks for the updates. Now we wait to hear of the birth!

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  29. praying!!! aside from the circumstances i'm excited to see the babies!

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  30. CAN'T WAIT TO HEAR THE BIG GENDER NEWS & HEALTH OF BABIES & MAMA. WILL BE PRAYING!!!!

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  31. My prayers & thoughts are with you!!

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  32. My thoughts and prayers for this amazing family. Please keep us updated! What a crazy turn of events!

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  33. OMG!!! I just read and got caught up on everything going on!!! I will definately be praying!!! Thank you to Shelley for keeping us all informed and updated!!! I will be praying for a quick and pain-free delivery!
    I can't wait to hear all about these precious babies and find out their names!!! :)))

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  34. Prayers are with you all. My twin boys were born at 34 weeks and did great. If their is any NICU time, it will be very brief.
    Man what a day!

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  35. My thoughts and prayers are with Brittany, Paul and their unborn babies. Thanks Shelly for keeping updated and I hope everything goes well for the delievery and I'm looking forward to us all meeting their new addition to such a lovely family.

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  36. I wanted to ditt Leslie and share that our b/g twins were born at 33 1/2 weeks and did wonderful too. GOD is SO GOOD and will protect you all. HIS timing is best! I will be praying for you all. Please dont hesitate to contact me if I can help with anything!
    Love & Prayers, Tricia

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  37. (i meant ditto leslie...)

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  38. Praise God for a safe delivery. Praying for you tonight. I will be staying up to see what happens!

    God bless

    Heidi in chicago

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  39. Thanks for the update! I was so happy to "hear" that the babies were okay and things were looking good, but oh, I am excited to "meet" the babies!

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