Tyler: The last to walk but the first to sit up and crawl. Since he is the tallest he will crawl onto everything so I have to be very careful with him. He loves to eat and if you are not careful he will eat the food off your plate or whatever else he can find (I actually caught him chewing on a closed pack of PEZ candy). He is otherwise very laid back and loves to hang around mommy 24/7.
At his 15 months check up Tyler weighed in at 24 lbs 9 oz. His height is 31 inches (I actually think he is closer to 32 but he wasn't cooperating) and his head circumference is 18 1/2 inches.
Julie: She was the last to sit up and crawl but was the second to walk. Julie is such a sweet baby and can do no wrong. She loves to play by herself but don't underestimate her. If the boys try to take a toy away from her she will fight for it with her dear life. She's also a bright little girl - she learned very quickly how to clap, wave and even throw her arms up in the air when I say "touchdown". Julie is also our most emotional triplet and since she's my only girl I don't know if that's just a girl thing or if that's just the way Julie is.
At our 15 months check up Julie weighed in at 22 lbs even. She is now 30 inches tall and her head circumference is 17 3/4 inches.
Noah: Our second one to crawl and sit up but our first one to walk. I think Noah is a little explorer and he is very curious. He loves to watch his big brother play and tries to imitate him. He actually studies the toys to see what they can do or what he can do with them. He loves to play with those big Lego looking blocks and stacks them on top of one another and if he doesn't succeed he gets frustrated. He'd rather try to work on something over and over then give up - he is definitely very determined. Noah is also our funny little man. He loves to laugh and it doesn't take much to make him burst out in laughter.
At the 15 months check up Noah weighed in at 23 lbs 3 oz. He is 30 3/4 inches tall and his head circumference is 17 3/4 inches.
Lucas: There is so much to say about my big boy but I would sit here all night trying to put it in writing. Lucas will turn 4 at the end of the month and he has been progressing tremendously. Even though he is still not fully potty trained he is determined to conquer that task - just at his own time. His speech has improved and I think that he is very close to where he should be at his age. He will start PK in the fall and will continue to go to speech therapy through our local school system.
The one thing I just love about Lucas is that he is still such an affectionate little boy. He loves to come sit next to you, loves to give and to get hugs and kisses and will tell you that he loves you all day long.
I love you all so much my sweet babies!