Wednesday, November 30, 2016

55 days old

 #1 Naoya with socks
 #2 Masaki frozen after eye check up. He's OK not to have surgery (yet). Follow up check up on Mon next week.
 Masaki free from IV, as the blood test showed no more infection. Yay!
Naoya sleeping. Drinking from bottle is very tiring.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

54 days old

 Photos of the first time bottle feeding from yesterday
 #2 Masaki sucking on his thumb
 #1 Naoya sleeping
 #1 Naoya sleeping
#2 Masaki sleeping with his eyes open
Naoya needs to practice how to breath while drinking from bottle, and it's certainly tiring his respiration was not very stable today. Oh well. 
Masaki is getting better though we need to see his blood test results again tomorrow. And he's going to have follow up eye check up tomorrow so we'll see how his eyes are growing....

Monday, November 28, 2016

53 days old

 #1 Naoya getting hungry
 Kangaroo caring Naoya
 Kangaroo caring Naoya
 Sleeping Naoya after bottle feeding
#2 Masaki getting better
Blood test showed Masaki was getting better, he actually looked much better today. Naoya tried bottle feeding for the first time, it was tiring he drunk about 20ml and the rest was fed through tube. I could hold Naoya again as cangaroo care but his respiration was dropping often so we finished early. Naoya's weight is 2638g, Masaki's 2526g.

Sunday, November 27, 2016

52 days old

 Masaki with IV again
 Kangaroo care Naoya




 Yesterday was a brief visit with papa, and I thought Masaki looked a bit tired. Fair enough, his blood test showed possible infection again and Dr. put him antibiotic IV again. Poor thing, but he looked better than yesterday. Hang in there!
 Naoya was doing just fine, breathing drops from time to time, though I could hold him as kangaroo care for about an hour. He was asleep mostly though was wide awake after he was put back to incubator.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Happy lunch at Pointage, Azabu Juban

I was relieved that one of my twins' eyes were not getting worse as called retinopathy of prematurity yet at today's check up, and stopped by this local bakery for a quick yet happy lunch. Yay to my baby!

50 days old

 #2 Masaki holding pacifier
 #1 Naoya
Naoya holding pacifier
Follow up eye check up for Masaki this morning. Dr. said it was not getting worse so no need to have laser surgery yet, though weekly check up is a mast. What a  relief...! Since I came in early, I could help nurse wiping babies bodies and hold them while cleaning, changing, etc.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

49 days old

 #1 Naoya sleeping
 #2 Masaki sleeping
 Double kangaroo care



 Naoya wide awake
Masaki getting hungry
Both of them were doing great so I could hold them together today. Last time they were next to each other was when they were still in my tummy. It's 35 weeks and they should be ready to drink milk from their mouth soon.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Mo chopping up tsuna

Uses 2 knives like a pro. He actually tipped both knives...;-(

48 days old

 #1 Naoya
#2 Masaki
Holiday today and Ton & Mo came to visit, papa had kangaroo care with Masaki in the afternoon. Naoya's practicing on not having oxygen mask, and mostly he breaths steady. Good job!

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

47 days old

 #1 Naoya
 #2 Masaki
 #1 Naoya
 Kangaroo caring Masaki
 Kangaroo caring Masaki
 Wide awake Masaki
Wide awake Masaki
I could hold Masaki as kangaroo care today. Naoya is off from oxygen mask from today. Progress!

Monday, November 21, 2016

46 days old

 #1 Naoya
#2 Masaki

Eye check up today, Dr. told me Masaki needed follow up check up for possible retinopathy of prematurity on Fri...

Sunday, November 20, 2016

45 days old

 #2 Masaki off from oxygen mask. Awesome! His weight is 2239g.
 Power to the people!
 #1 Naoya is training breathing without oxygen mask for 2 hours.
 #1 Naoya, weithg 2320g.
Photos taken by nurse