Saturday, May 2, 2009

Hello Triplets

Hi, I'm Faith, Angela's sister. I attend fourth grade. My teachers for homeroom/science/social studies/language arts and math are Mrs.B and Ms.McK. If you have ever heard of the M McK Foundation, that is Ms.McK's husband that died.

My sister is the one about to have triplets. When I first found out Angela was having triplet boys, it took me a while to take it all in. All I remember was saying,"What,they're all boys?"over and over again. Now I'm still a bit shocked, but I've gotten used to the idea. Sometimes I wish they were all girls because there will be no pink, but at least we get baseball. I wonder what you would have to do to take care of triplet boys. If you have any suggestions e-mail me using the site, and Angela & Bob will forward it on to me.


  1. Faith - you are about to fall in love 3 times over. I have an 8 month old boy and my two sisters do the most amazing thing for me when they simply rock him, feed him and change his diaper. It is so nice to have help so I can do other things like shower, cook, and fold laundry. It sounds like you are going to be a fabulous Aunt since you already sound like an amazing Sister. I hope to meet you soon!

  2. Faith, just think when you come to visit there will be enough babies for each of you to take care of one - Angela, Bob, and you! I'm sure they will appreciate any help you can give them and you will do fine.

    Judy Johnson

  3. Dear Faith,
    Angela will explain this to you. The best thing you can do is anticipate their needs. If you see Angela feeding, you know what is coming up next (literally). Go get that girl a burpie!

    You are going to be a GREAT Aunt. The boys are going to think you are the coolest. You have a wonderful family that has taught you all the important things. When in doubt, just follow your heart.