Jack Lynch This contribution to the Critical Insights series doesn't presume to reprint everything important in Hawthorne criticism, nor even all the best Hawthorne criticism. The sheer volume of scholarship on Nathaniel Hawthorne would make that impossible. Any one-volume collection of criticism necessarily provides nothing more than a sample.
Welcome, Katherine and Hadley! So if you follow me on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, you may have caught wind that my girls arrived about a month ago. It was actually a month ago yesterday and it has been a whirlwind, an absolutely amazing, fantastic whirlwind but a whirlwind nonetheless.
This is a post that I have been meaning to write for awhile but trying to find the time and more importantly, the words has been hard.
Before we found out that we were having twins, I was totally prepared for the idea of having a baby. When we found out that we were getting two babies at the very same time, my head was spinning. I feel like I spent a lot of my pregnancy just trying to wrap my head around the idea that we would be having two identical twin girl babies that would indeed be arriving at the same time.
On top of that, twin pregnancies, especially identical twin pregnancies can be scary. All the sudden, my husband and I found ourselves speaking in acronyms and weird terms.
We live in the Washington, D. After being on partial bed rest for a month and then full bed rest for almost two months after that, I got up on the morning of April 16th to use the bathroom. When I came back to bed, Phil asked me what time it was. We still have time to sleep!
This was exactly a week before I was supposed to have the girls at 36 weeks and 4 days - here's the other thing about identical twins is that they have to be taken early because of increased risks after 37 weeks.
I was worried that because the girls were coming even earlier than expected that we'd run all sorts of risks such as health problems and NICU time. Luckily, my dear husband is a man of action and started flying around the house to pack up the last few things that I hadn't packed for my hospital stay yet while calling my doctor on call.
We got to the hospital and got signed in. The next few hours went quickly and slowly at the same time. We waited in triage to figure out what the next step would be.
Phil did his best to keep my mind from running and off of how badly the contractions started to hurt. Finally, my doctor came in and said that all we were waiting for was an OR.
With everything that I was worried about and had fixated on for the previous several months, the girls came out perfectly healthy.
Katherine only weighed 4 pounds, 7 ounces and Hadley weighed 4 pounds, 11 ounces yet they were fierce. Both girls blew their Apgar scores out of the water and neither one had to have any NICU time at all!!! I knew I loved these girls before they arrived but what has been so amazing to me is how quickly it felt as if they have always been here.
It sounds trite but I cannot imagine my life without them. Yesterday, they turned a month old and they have already grown so much.
I feel like we are finally hitting a rhythm somewhat! Anyone that knows me at all can tell you that I like plans.
I really like plans. I am your classic "Type AI like to have things set and admittedly when my plans don't work out exactly the way that I had planned, it throws me off.
My pregnancy was not smooth. I had to cancel a trip to India for a good friend's wedding and our babymoon to Philadelphia. I was on partial bed rest beginning at the end of January.We’re here to help unpack the themes, motifs, and main ideas behind some of the greatest work of short fiction, to help you understand the stories of Faulkner, Hemingway, O’Connor, and more.
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