In 2008, I gave birth to two incredibly beautiful (and big) baby boys. They were 3.3 kgs and 3.7 kgs (or 7 pounds 4 and 8 pounds 4 if you're using the old system). We were told that they were fraternal, but as time went on and their weight became similar, it was harder and harder to tell them apart. We decided that we would have them DNA tested to be sure that they were fraternal. Of course, they are identical. This happens way more than people think! As they have reached their milestones, it has been bittersweet. It's lovely that they are growing beautifully and are reaching their milestones however, they are my last babies, so in some ways it's sad to leave that time behind. Still, that's not a good reason to have more babies, so I will accept that we are entering the next phase of our lives, where they will grow up to be fine, young gentlemen.
Noah told me yesterday that his tooth was wobbly. And it is VERY wobbly! You would think he told me he was moving out with my reaction. I immediately called for a photoshoot to have a memory of those tiny baby teeth. I imagine Zane won't be far behind, as identical twins tend to lose teeth at similar times.
These boys have always been so incredibly happy. They are always smiling and giggling. I love the way their eyes close and their noses crinkle up when they laugh. And their laugh is infectious. It's impossible not to smile around them. As a result, I am sharing lots of photos, there are way too many to choose from and I love them all. Here are my baby boys with their baby teeth. Perhaps the last day of their baby teeth.