Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Way Back When-esday - Wee with Webkinz



















Dateline: July 2007
Twins' Age: 5

Looking back at my tiny cuties on computer oh-so-long ago warms my heart this mid-week.

Did you realize Twinfatuation was the originating host of Way Back When-esday?

We've been looking back with love since 2007... so please join in, play along!


Dive into those digital files and share a photo find on your blog and/or on our the new Twinfatuation Facebook Community Page...and encourage your fellow moms of multiples to do the same!  

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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Twinshot Tuesday - Car Kids


What?!?!  Teen twins with BOTH faces visible this week?!?!?

Suppose the secret to full-facial exposure may be allowing the photographed to be the photographer.

Such is this week's age and stage revealing Twinshot!

Parenting twins or more? Everyday is an adventure, and worth capturing----at least once a week. 

Play along with Twinshot Tuesday on Twinfatuation's New Facebook Community Page!


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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Way Back When-esday - Progression to Positive Prognosis



Dateline: February 2012
Twins' Age: 10

The image above (while watching the circus) was taken the month we learned that Scott's melanoma (that he'd been valiantly and repeatedly fighting since 2005) had progressed to Stage 4.

The image below was taken this morning.
That same trio is walking out of UVA's Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center. The occasion for the whole family to attend Scott's typically solo every-other-week appointment there?

Today, Double Daddy wrapped up a two-year clinical trial hosted by Bristol-Myers Squibb as a COMPLETE RESPONDER to BMS's freshly approved immunological treatment, Opdivo.

Cancer-free. No evidence of disease.

Sure, he will continue to have the full battery of scans every 3 months for the foreseeable future...and be monitored vigilantly and regularly by his oncologist extraordinaire, Dr. William Grosh, but the 30+ appointments a year? Now, a thing of the past. Scott's prognosis is very, very good.

Thanks be to God, and to all our incredible family and friends for their amazing, continuing, prayerful, loving support.

Happiness and Gratitude abound-----
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