Below are some links to some cute, and hopefully quick-to-run, home movies. I hope you enjoy!
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My personal favorite...
Angus and the Triplets
Triplets - Days Like
Two Crazy Years! A
Youtube Top Video - 57,000+ views!
Nobody Told Me There'd Be Days Like This
More Marvelous Multiples Moments
Joys of Multiples
Here's a little personal therapy. This is the extended version of my Tough Sometimes video. It's tough to keep going day after day sometimes chasing after little ones - especially when I'm greatly outnumbered. Just poking fun at toddlerhood.
Triplets and Instant Celebrity
Disclaimer: Due to some of the overwhelmingly negative feedback I've
received about this video, I felt the need to add the following... No, I
didn't think all of the comments were negative. Yes, I know that
having triplets is an amazingly-rare and wonderful thing and that people
can't help but notice. No, I don't think it entitles people to probe
into our lives, touch our children, interrupt our conversations, and make
thoughtless comments. And finally, there is a difference between the
in-your-face confrontation-with-strangers kind of attention that I don't
enjoy, and the very public website, which I so joyfully share with anyone
who cares to see it.
My daughter, Kelli, was kind enough to videotape the experience. I
know she was frustrated and uncomfortable with the unsolicited attention we
received, but she enjoyed documenting the experience.
AND SOME MORE SHORT BUT GOOD ONES...
Two-minute birth video of the triplets.
Oh, my goodness. This is so sweet. The triplets are really into hugs and kisses right now. It's amazing to see the interaction. Here's a quick clip (22 seconds) of Ruca and Nadia sharing a tender moment. Ruca was dizzy from just having spun around and around, and watching Ruca stagger made Nadia giggle. Such a precious video.
Here's a familiar sight in our neighborhood. People who see us all the time still crane their necks to watch us go by. Taking a step back and seeing this video, I can understand why.
They were actually a little bit calmer during the video. Five minutes before, however...
Half an hour of cleanup condensed into less than a minute. No exaggerations involved.
I sometimes envy small children. If adults did the silly things kids do, we'd be committed.
Thirty seconds of Max's hat.
Max, sporting a different kind of hat.
Here are 2 little video clips of Kelli's skycoaster experience.