Kate Hopper’s Ready for Air

  From our first OB appointment to confirm my pregnancy, I knew I was high risk. Rachel and Claire were monozygotic/dichorionic twins, meaning that they resulted from the same egg and shared a placenta, but they each had their individual amniotic sac. Not the most risky twin scenario, but the chances of developing complications was […]

The eyes have it

People who don’t wear glasses or contacts freak me out. My sister just got glasses this year. My sister in law only has to wear them for night driving. My father didn’t get glasses until he was well into his 40s, and that was mainly for reading. My husband’s prescription is so weak that I […]

What does the bump lead to?

Last month I graced you with some saucy and less than saucy photos of me during my two pregnancies. And while pregnancy for me wasn’t all sunshine, roses, and unicorn poop, I definitely have some sunshiny and rosy pics that came of it. The poop? Not so unicornish.       But I wasn’t done. […]

Preemies, painting, and pinot

There are a few things I am passionate about: writing, reading, and oh my GOD I am even boring myself with myself. If you know me at all though, you know I am most passionate about raising awareness for prematurity. Our family of five, including our former featherweight, 31 week preemie twins, now THREE YEARS […]

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