Welcome to the world, little ones!

Submitted by gwolf on Sat, 02/28/2015 - 08:26
Welcome to the world, little ones!

Welcome little babies!

Yesterday night, we entered the hospital. Nervous, heavy, and... Well, would we ever be ready? As ready as we could.

A couple of hours later, Alan and Elena Wolf Daichman became individuals on their own right. As is often the case in the case of twins, they were brought to this world after a relatively short preparation (34 weeks, that's about 7.5 months). At 1.820 and 1.980Kg, they are considerably smaller than either of the parents... But we will be working on that!

Regina is recovering from the operation, the babies are under observation. As far as we were told, they seem to be quite healthy, with just minor issues to work on during neonatal care. We are waiting for our doctors to come today and allow us to spend time with them.

And as for us... It's a shocking change to finally see the so long expected babies. We are very very very happy... And the new reality is hard to grasp, to even begin understanding :)

PS- Many people have told me that my blog often errors out under load. I expect it to happen today :) So, if you cannot do it here, there are many other ways to contact us. Use them! :)

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Chiwy's picture

Felicidades

En hora buena, felicidades y mucha salud para toda la familia :)

damog's picture

Felicidades Gunnar, un beso y

Felicidades Gunnar, un beso y un abrazo.

Damon Lynch's picture

Many congratulations Regina and Gunnar!

And thank you for sharing your wonderful news!

Peter Fink's picture

Congratulations

Congratulations from an Austrian reader!

Josep M. Fernández's picture

Congrats dude!

Congrats dude!

Kazito's picture

congrats!

Congratulations!!! I can't see the beard. Why are they beardless????? ;)

Martin Trejo Chavez's picture

¡Felicidades!

Muchas felicidades a los cuatro, empezar a ser padre es una experiencia única, disfrútenla al doble. Un abrazo para todos

Paul Mellors's picture

Congratulations

I think the subject says it all, you don't know me but I read your stuff on planet d.o

Congratulations once again :)

Paul

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