Wednesday, October 12, 2011

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY -

6 comments:

  1. I had never really thought about this before...Very Interesting! I am a new follower from WW.

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  2. That's sweet imagery! I love looking at anatomy drawings. Twins are so interesting!

    A friend of mine has twins. One was smaller then the other. They thought one was steeling nutrients from the other. It turned out that the smaller one broke away from the umbilical cord slightly. They're perfectly fine now.

    My sister had a baby this summer that has Trisomy 18. His anatomy is totally funky. There's only a 10% chance that he'll make it past his 1st birthday. He seems to be doing good. He's over 4 months, but developmentally is 2 months. He just started to smile. :)

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    Her name is Louise :) she is a 2 year old basset and her additude and name totally go with her looks I think! LOL

    Love your site adn such an interesting life!!!! cant wait to read more!

    Denise

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  4. La-La's Home DaycareOctober 12, 2011 at 4:17 PM

    Thanks for stopping by today and following, I'm following back.

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  5. I have a set of identical twin boys. It's interesting looking at these drawings. Mine were in separate sacs (I remember they had to break the water for each boy) but they shared one placenta. They are 11 years old now and definitely look identical!

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  6. Wow, that's so cool. I was a twin when I was born and didn't realize that there were different ways twins could be held in the womb like that. Definitely interesting!

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