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Meet our girls Mia and Maya. They were born at 2:59pm on July 14, 2009.  At just 24 weeks gestational age they were a whole 16 weeks premature.  Maya was just 1 lb 3 oz and Mia was just a tiny 15 oz.  It was twin to twin tranfusion syndrome, which is fairly common in identical twins.  They shared a blood vessel in the placenta they wern't to share giving one baby too much of everything and depriving the other making it dangerous for both for many reasons. 

We were told not to expect them to make it through the night.  They had a long fighting battle in their first months of life but not only survived but have thrived in spite of virus, infections, surgeries and more.  They were fighters from the start but look how beautiful and amazing they are.  Glory be to God!


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Con dios ,nada es imposible!..que dios la bendiga :)...estan preciosas<3
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Stopping thru 2 show some love to my angels! I come on here every chance I get to look at those blessings!!! I love u guys soooo much...I am blessed to have such beautiful girls in my life ...love all 3! Big kiss little kiss little hug BIG hug....Titi Dee

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Updates On Our Twins

We Just Returned From Miami.

Mia and Maya's Holiday Fundraiser For Surgery

Mia's left eye had now developed Glaucoma.  Rare in children and babies and due to her extreme prematurity and low birth weight of 15 oz.  On October 14 we were in Miami where Mia was getting and eye examination under anesthesia to confirm what were suspected.  Her eye pressure was up at a routine visit and we were rushed to Miami that week.   She had surgery and they drained her eye pressure but she may need and eye shunt in her other eye and that will be determined with this next trip.   Obviously something we couldn't plan nor expect. 

 A friend of ours set up a fundraiser for our girls and to help cover the cost of this next road trip where we need to rent a mini van and cover gas and food expense and the hotel room.  Not a pleasurable trip but we make the best of it.

With the holidays coming up the products from Scentsy make a great gift or you can keep for yourself.  If you would like to help out just know that 25% of the purchase go towards the girls.  I will post the link here and please feel free to pass it along to friends, family, and share on twitter and facebook. 

 

https://marieluisesmith.scentsy.us/Scentsy/Home?partyId=210156375 

 

Besitos to you,

The Perez Family

Our Family Was Featured On The News/Local6/BuddyBreak

We started taking advantage of Buddy Break late last year.  Nathaniel's Hope offers families who have children with special needs a break for a few hours and we get to do fun things together, or serious things that we have to handle during that time!  Check out the video below from when we were featured on the news clip talking about buddy break!

 

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Who has time? Not me!!!

Ahhh to be a working mom!  I'm just part time at the radio station,  but I wish my complaints could be about simply being busy.  Be grateful for your healthy children.   I'm fortunate to have had at least experienced some normalcy with Melinda's pregnancy, birth, and toddler years. 

I met a mom last week who had twins and she said some things I remember feeling.  She too had had her boys early at 26 weeks.  She told me she wished she would of experienced some cool things like a babyshower, having the nursery ready before they were born, and even bringing them home a day or 2 after being born but they also spent months in the nicu.  It's the little things like that that makes the joys of mommyhood a treat!

 

Now I just wish things would be a little normal, not easy, because being a mommy isn't easy but having children with special needs feels abnormal.   We need 36 hours in our day lol.  We can write a comedy about the crazy stuff that happens to us, however, none of it is actually funny.   So that would flop! 

 Overall I know our life is blessed because their smiles are proof that we are doing a great job!  I know God Picked us to be their parents and it's a privilege!!!   I'm honored! 

Sometimes I wish we didn't have to deal with all the extra because I miss having a clean house!  So  if you come over and the house is a little messy or a lot, don't judge.  If you don't walk in our shoes then maybe you can come over and help us put them away, because I'm tired of tripping over them.  

 

Besitos to you! 

Lizzette Perez

 

Mia Needs New Glasses: Please Help!

Hi, it's been a while!  Everyone stops us at the mall and says, you have your hands full!  Duh!  I love when they say, double trouble, I say no double the love!  Shuts them right up! 

Anyway, just wanted to share a link.  Someone shared this great website with us when I mention we were trying to save for Mia's new glasses.   I plan to use it when I start my non profit but since that's a ways away I decided (humbly) to try it out and see if we can raise some bucks for Mia's new much needed glasses. 

 For family and friends please instead of Christmas presents for the girls consider a small donation to help us get to our goal.  It's been over 6 months since we received her new eye prescription and need to come up with half to just order the glasses. The glasses aren't covered my insurance or medicaid for they are special glasses.  It's actually the lense with the strong power.  This lenses due to her cataracs being removed.  A layer of her natural eye lense was removed and one day she will get an artificial lense in her eye, in the meantime these special glasses will play the part of her missing lense. 

 Needless to say,  with all going on we havn't had a dime go towards this due to other obligations and care needs for the girls!   Please check out the link and at least try to forward to information to anyone who's willing to help!  Thank you! 

http://www.gofundme.com/1gmgvg 

Mia, Mia, Mia! Another ER visit turn......

First of all.....ay...where do I start???

I just realized I never even blogged about our April ordeal.  Mia had a G-tube (feeding tube) placed.  Ever since that surgery we have been going through a whole new kind of craziness that just hasn't let up much since.  Oh and that's not all actually she had two in one.  They did a Nissin on her.  They basically wrapped her stomach around her esophagus.  Uh, yeah.  Reflux is one reason, she was aspirating (getting fluid in her lungs).  This is why It was taking me 3 hours to feed her one freakin bottle.  Can u believe someone asked me,  "Do you know what your doing"  maybe she's not hungry.  NOPE, I was choking my daughter out and didn't even know it.  She would swallow up to 18 times before getting a real swallow of milk down!  My poor baby! 

Her recent ER visit helped answer a lot of questions we've been having so I am relieved and I hope THIS TIME we can truly help her move to the next stage already!  Her pain her setbacks have been holding her down long enough and I'm ready to see new changes in Mia in the name of Jesus! 

I thank all my FB friends for the support and postings because u help fill a gap of support in our lives.  That's the truth!  A simple post from you was truly a gift.  Your expression of compassion and true concern for a baby that u haven't even met is more touching than u would know.  To our closest-who have rocked with us since their early birth THANK YOU! 
It's nice to play on FB, keep in touch with friends and update you on the serious.  So all my Family, Friends, Fans and Foes-----Besitos to you!  From the bottom of my heart!


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Happy 2nd Birthday Maya and Mia!!!

So today the girls turn 2!  It's amazing.  Some tell me TWO ALREADY???  I wish I had the same sentiment.  My life, our life has stopped in time.  The world however keeps moving.  The past two years have been somewhat of a blur and sometimes I feel like we are only just arriving to our destination in life where we have truly accepted and realized the true gift, and job God has given us!  I'll take it!  My girls are happy babies.  They have and are still going through a lot.  There's still a lot of unknown.  But everyday we get stronger as a family. 

Today comes with mixed feelings.  It's different than when Melinda has a birthday.  That's an easy celebration.  The twins birthday comes with memories that haunt that I believe will pass as the numbers increase each year.  This year definitely doesn't feel as strange as last year.  However I do feel relief that they have had, one, and now two birthday!  I can't wait to celebrate it this weekend.  Yes pictures will follow. 

I know I have been bad updating this website and have had some long distance friends and relatives ask when I was going to update this blog and add some newer pics.  Well things have settled somewhat now during these hot summer days.  The girls will be attending school come august where they receive their therapy and will be in a classroom setting.   Melinda is starting Kindergarten as well.  So hopefully I will get back to keeping this web page fresh and updated. 
Thanks again to those who have been there for us through thick n thin and love my girls unconditionally!  God bless you! 

Besitos to you,
Lizzette Perez

Mia's Miami Eye Follow Up Went Great!

Mia's a much happier baby right now!  WHAT A DIFFERENCE!  The trip to Miami was much kinder to us this time!  Not on our pockets but everything flowed a little easier.  We decided NOT to stay at Ronald Mc Donald House 1. because they didn't allow extra guest because we brought help with us, and 2. It wasn't that comfortable or a pleasant experience the first time around.  Warning:Every Ronald Mc Donald House is run differently.   This can be a good thing or a bad thing.  Still they are and have been a great blessing in our life!

Mia took a couple of weeks to show signs of improvement.  First two weeks she was still in pain and showing discomfort.  They implanted a tube in her eye to control the eye drainage and this was to help with her eye pressure.  It was designed to start working about two weeks after the implant and boy right on the 14th day, Mia began to get her smile back!!!   To see her so much happier just explains so much. 


****Before surgery her eye pressure was at about 69.  Anything above twenty begins a concern.  After this past eye exam in Miami she was at a 9!!!! ******

Under the circumstances we could never realize that she was actually under the pain and discomfort she was in.  It explains why she had not progressed physically.  It was holding her back and the setbacks showed as Maya passed her in Milestones. 

Please keep praying for us.  Mia will have to go back to Miami every few months or so for the next year or two.  Until she's able to properly communicate with the eye doctor.  Each time she gets this special eye exam it will require her to go under anesthesia, and if they see a need they will do surgery right there and then during/after the exam.  So each time, it is possible she will be going for surgery right after. And we have to go to Miami each time for this exam.  (Next Appointment Feb 3, 2011)

P.S We had a follow up with her neurologist a couple of weeks ago and he is very happy with her improvement.  He see's her progression and has no immediate concerns and expects her to continue to do well. 

Back To Work For Mommy!

This has been a CRAZY month for me/us. This is my first month back to work on a full time schedule in over a year!!!!  When I first went back to work, it was basically on a part time basis after my night show at Mix 105.1 ended.  Now I'm on 102 Jamz  here in Orlando and I'm currently "auditioning" for the middays from 10a-2p Monday through Friday so please listen and support.  You can listen online at www.102JamzOrlando.com and send us Jamz text at 29627.  There's no word on when the announcement will be made if and when I'm given the position.   I'm basically being tested and pushed as I enter back at 102 with new changes and challenges.  There's a new morning show now 'The Ricky Smiley Morning Show'.  So much more I could tell you. 
 
Anyway, I've loved being back and this new challenge has really pushed me hard and it feels great.  I'm doing my best to balance everything and I do feel the stretch.  The push.  The pain.  I've already been offered a better opportunity, even better than the one I'm going for now but had to decline because of our situation and lack of a vehicle.  I know God has a plan for each of us and I trust him to bring us through just as he had!

We are gearing up for another Miami trip for Mia.  This is to happen on the 4th of November.  It's a follow up to the surgery she had on Sept 13th.  The exam can only happen with her being under anesthesia.   At that time they may determine that she may need surgery again.  This is how it will be for a while.  So please pray for us.   We still need love and support from family and friends. 

Mia's Eye Surgery

Words can't describe what we went through this past week!  Actually, it is fair to say the past 2 weeks.  It felt as though Eddie and I had been taking crazy pills.

I promise to update more in the next day or 2.

Mia is doing fine now that we are home.  I will give all the details, but right now I am 2 exhausted! 

I know friends and family have been checking here to find out what happened.  More 2 come soon!

Mia's Hospital Stay And Future Surgery In Miami

On Sept 14, 2010 I woke up early that morning thinking about how the girls are 13 months old that day and how far we have come along in the past year.  I remember last year on that date the girls turned a month old!  The joy and gratitude in my heart that my girls were fighting so hard and had made it to turn one month old.  We were in the middle of fighting viruses and infections and praying the girls would get off the breathing machines and would show signs of improvement.

The night before Mia was acting a bit fussy.  She was in and out of sleep most of the night. I thought she was teething. The next morning she overslept and as it got closer to noon I started to watch over her.  She was still crying in her sleep not opening her eyes.  I fed her to try and wake her.  She ate well, no fever so i wasn't concerned just yet.  Not until it got later in the afternoon and she was not opening her eyes.  She was extremely lethargic.  We decided to take her to the emergency room at Arnold Palmer Hospital. 

They did many test.  First they did blood work and urine samples.  They told us she may have spinal menengitus.  Her lethargic state was a symptom.  They took x-rays, they did both a mri and a cat scan.  They did a spinal tap and finally an eeg to check for seizures.  NOTHING came up.   The most they found was her white blood cells were up, so they thought she was fighting something.  Also she was slightly dehydrated but they replenished her quickly and found this wasn't to blame for her behavior.  Before being admitted, we remembered her contact lenses were still in her eyes and we took them out because she hadn't opened her eyes all day. 

We noticed her right eye was irritated.  It was red.  They thought pink eye maybe, but no proof of it.  They gave her drops. When we were finally released 4 days later they said continue the drops for a week.  Anything after that, if her eye doesn't improve or something else shows up follow up with her eye doc.  Well a few days after the drops was done,  we noticed tearing.  Took her to see Dr. Ikeda and she found that Mia was developing glaucoma and we would need to go to Miami this weekend to have surgery.  We spent the next couple of days scrounging up money, making plans for a rental and making arrangements for our last minute trip. 

Mia's surgery was supposed to happen yesterday! Long story short, there was a mis communication between Miami and Orlando and we pretty much wasted a trip.  We still praise God because we realized at least one good that came out of this.  Sometimes it's that one little thing you have to find. Listen out for.   We did pick up a medicine that we could not get ANYWHERE else!  So that was good.  If that all it was for then hey, thank you Jesus!   After all we been through it's hard to see the little things.  Overall, we still trust God, he's still in control and we are just waiting for this to pass. 

Mia's surgery is now set for Monday Sept 13th.  So please keep her in your prayers.  We will be leaving once again for Miami this weekend. 

Mia and Maya's 1st Birthday!!!

I know it's been over a month since the girls celebrated their first birthday.  What a crazy time for us.  Trying to plan the party with everything we have to do was just insane!  We pulled it off though!  We got a bounce house for the big kids but it was so hot it wasn't used as much lol.  I was a bit frustrated because I never got to finish some of the little things that I wanted done.  Like make lemonade and have a coffee and tea station.  I never got to make my fruity drink cocktail.  I never got to truly set up the food for buffet style.  I never took pictures with the twins and their other multiple friends.  Gina's twins were there and Annette's triplets.  Little things....lol.  I never even finished my hair!!!  WHY???  BECAUSE I was so busy running around still changing diapers, feeding babies, etc....so the party happened all around me but I didn't get to enjoy!  Most moms know how I feel!!!  I also wanted to bounce in the house which we didn't even get a full picture of!!!  lol 

Anyway it was great times!!! Great to see family and friends.  Both new and old!  I hope the girls look back at the pics and enjoy the fact that we tried, even during hard times! No excuse!  My mom gave us great birthday memories and all my life I looked forward to doing the same with my children :) 

I will have more pictures up really soon!!!  Oh and if you have pics from my party please email them to me at LizzettePerez@hotmail.com 
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Maya has teeth!!!

Maya has 2 teeth on the bottom.  I don't know when they broke in.  The Dr. noticed it today during their visit.    She's always smiling so much it was a big surprised that we never noticed.  They could of just broke in but they look out enough to have been there a week!

Maya is doing a little better with her weight.  She's 13 lbs 2 oz 26 1/2 in long.  Mia is further ahead at 13 lbs 14oz but shorter at 24/12 in long.  

That's basically it.  They are getting ready to get off of formula graduating to regular milk.  They have done all the cereals and now baby food is next.  

Mia has an appointment with the neurologist on friday.  Maya started her PT last friday.  The therapist was quite pleased at what she saw with Maya.  Just got to get her stronger which she believes that she's only behind on some strength issues mainly due to her tummy surgery.  We are checking to be sure her fine motor skills are on point as well because her hand grasps are a little off balance and that can be due to her vision possibly.  We are still praying that she won't need surgery.

Eddie and I are planning a trip down to Miami for a second opinion on her eyes.  There are no other Pediatric eye specialist in central Florida.  We are not sure how we are going to make this trip.  Only the grace of God!

Oh and Melinda---sweet sweet Melinda.  Cut her own hair.  Which funny enough I'm kinda proud at the job she did.  She did a pretty even job on her own hair!  I'm sure I will tell you the story face to face when I see you!

Maya may need eye surgery. Please keep her in your prayers.

We got the news earlier this week during their eye appointment that Maya may need eye muscle surgery.  I found this very disturbing because all has gone so well lately with both girls.  Just goes to show that our difficult times with them are NOT over and we do still need the support of our friends and family.   The news just kind of instantly hit me and took me back to the NICU days where I was numb and in survival mode.  Horrible feeling.

It won't be until they are 3 years old (corrective age) that many concerns for our extreme preemies will finally go away. So if you have been around lately or have ever helped us, thank you truly from the bottom of our hearts.  This tramatic experience has completely turned our world upside down and we often feel alone and misunderstood.  For no one can truly know what this is like unless you have gone through it.  

Maya's eyes cross from time to time.  I haven't noticed it.  I mean come on look at the pics, if you do notice it it's slight.  I know I'm not crazy.  It wasn't a concern for me.  I know babies do this from time to time and I haven't even notice it in over a month.  Eddie has.  He spoke up about his concern at the appointment and little did we know it may be a problem.  She should of outgrown this by now and in 6 weeks if their hasn't been any improvement they will plan for the surgery soon after.  So please pray that Maya's eyes improves and there will be no surgery necessary.  Never underestimate the power of prayer!  Prayer has got them through many days!  

Mia Saw A Neurologist


The appointment went extremely well.  We have had a few concerns.  Nothing major really.  In our heart we have felt that the girls are doing amazing considering all they have been through and all of the challenges they have faced.  We have just recently noticed how much more advanced Maya is becoming in comparison to Mia.  Mia isn't as strong yet.  She's not holding her head up.  She doesn't do too great on her belly.  Maya has some strength training to conquer as well but she is much further ahead. 

I think of how advanced Melinda was.  She was holding her head up from  DAY 1!!!  Melinda was an amazing baby!  She was months ahead of her time so it's strange seeing the girls months behind.  I'm ok with it though.  It's not a bother, struggle, or a worry.  I understand the delays they will have.  I understand it's going to take them a bit more time.  

So we wanted to be sure everything is on track with Mia especially.  We didn't want any surprises.  But everything we figured was the issue, was the issue.  The diagnose was due to her extreme prematurity, her hearing loss and her vision problems.  It was also re-confirmed that she has Torticollis. She favors and leans to one side.  It's a muscle spasm thing.  We were told with therapy this goes away.  I recently met yet another mom with twins, a boy and a girl and and her daughter 1 lb at birth also had physical therapy to correct this and I seen her playing she's done great and has out grown it.  So we are enthused at what God has shown us. 

The Dr. was pleased with what he has seen in Mia.  He didn't see any signs of Cerabal Palsey which is a concern for the girls since they are so premature.  Although he said she is too young to tell and you usually see it within the first couple of years, he says he's done it long enough to be able to tell at this age and Mia doesn't concern him in the least.  Especially considering her age and size at birth.  He was impressed with her.  He likes her muscle control, her responses to the different test, and she has good reflex. 

So the next step is to get blood work and an X-ray of her spine.  To check for some possible hereditary diseases.  Just to rule them out.  So overall it was great news. 

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Crazy Month/Hearing Aids

I havn't had anytime to give even a tiny update.  I'm actually forcing myself to do so right now because lots has happened and there's so much more to come! 

Mia received her hearing aids a couple of weeks ago.  Sometimes it's hard to tell if she can hear them.  There has been times we've noticed different and new behavier and certain faces she makes in response to the possible noise she is now processing.  We have an audiology appointment tomorrow and I believe they are going to test her so we will know more tomorrow. 

 

It's been a difficult adjustment.  Eddie and I definately have to get used to them.  So does Mia.  They are a pain.  First off, this month I have worked more than any time in my radio career.  I've broken a few records and even surpassed them lol.  Never had I worked a full 40 hour work week.  Not in radio. I did this one week working 48.  Also there was a day where I worked over 12 hrs in one day.   I had never worked a full day during the 9am-5 pm hours.  Yes I've been blessed in radio. Although I miss my salary and benefits and definatelyl my  3 weeks vacation pay lol,  I've absolutely love love love being back on air.  Specifically at 102 Jamz.  I come alive inside and I love being inside the studio even if I'm working a non speaking shift.  For me, it's like being in another room in my house.  Definately at home!  I'm glad that even though CBS ended my night show at Mix 105.1 I'm still part of the family.  I also worked my first shift at Mix a couple of weeks ago, so that was pretty neat.  It was nice being back there as well.  It was my radio home for nearly ten years.  That day was also a record breaker since I had worked a shift from 10am-2pm at 102 Jamz and then I went right down the hall to be on air at Mix 105.1 from 2p-7p!  All up and down your radio dial! All this during crazy work hours.  Working as early as 5am some days as late as 3am some night!  So yes, I've been exhausted but it's a fun full filling exhaustion! Thank you Eddie for being so good with the girls!

 

Back to the hearing aids.  She can't sleep in them at night.  During the day is allowed but they do fall out.  If they are not in a certain way they whistle and we find ourselves constantly adjusting them.  She can't wear them in the car because they come out.  She's growing so we have to make a new ear mold at least once a month for --not sure how long---.  I havn't been home so I have to kinda remind and stay on top of Eddie to put them on.  I know he doesn't like them.  I have to remind him and myself that she needs them to hear.  To train her brain.  To learn.  Like I said, it's only been 2 weeks and we have to get used to it.  It's getting better compared to the first couple of days or so.

 

Contacts have been a nightmare only because the trail pairs havn't fitted her correctly.  Other than that I loved them!  Just wish they fit and stay in place.  Good news is their medicaid finally kicked in and NOW we can get her glasses!  Still considering the contacts but definately getting the glasses for backup.

 

We are already planning their birthday party.  If you think it's too early, do the math.  In less than 2 1/2 months they will be a year.  So yes, due to our schedule we have to start planning now.  The date of the party will be the 10th or the 17th.  I already have their birthday outfits.  That is a surprise!!!!!  Too cute!!!  Just glad I grabbed them and that is done!!!!  No worries there for me.  No running around!!!  Done!!!  Phew!  My camera is broken, so I will add new pictures as soon as it's fixed or  we get a new camera!!!! Hopefully that will be soon! 

 

Love you for reading!

Lizzette Perez 

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Last year today, I found out I was pregnant.

It's a milestone kind of day :)  As you read in the tittle, it was a year ago since I took my home pregnancy test.  Little did I know at the time I would only enjoy my pregnancy for about another 16 weeks.  I was already 8 weeks along at the time my pregnancy was confirmed.   We were so excited.  At the time we didn't know it was twins.  We found that out about 8 weeks later. 

It was a sad thing for me when my pregnancy was cut short.  Why me?  I loved being pregnant.  They're women who hate being pregnant.  Not I.  I was fortunate to always feel good during my pregnancy.  I had moments. Moods and stuff but I wasn't miserable.  Wasn't scared of labor.  Never had morning sickness, I felt strong.  I was walking and had great energy most of the day.  It felt unfair that I would have my babies ripped from my body and I wasn't even allowed to hold them for months!  But thank God they are even here!  It's a miracle.  Truly!  It's hard to say i all I went through was worth it.  What I went through was worse than labor.  Nobody should go through this.  Although my babies are here, we experienced a loss.  It's unexplainable.  I can't imagine what losing them would of done to us.  My heart aches when I hear someone has lost their child.  I can't imagine facing that monster. 

BUT today the girls turned 8 months old!  AMAZING.  They are turning a year in 4 short months.  I remember the hope I felt when they turned a month.  It didn't feel safe yet.  Neither did 2 or 3.  Finally at 4 I began to felt releif.  When they were finally being released from the NICU.  8 months today, Wow! 

Mia now wears contacts

She did so good at the Eye Dr. today!  I'm so proud of her!  I thought she was going to fight up a storm in there.  But no.  She surprised us all.  They just popped those lenses in her eyes like nothing.  And she just blink a few times and saw the world again for the first time!  She can wear them up to 3 days and yes she can sleep in them.  Everyone is always surprised when we mention the contacts.  So were we at first.  It is amazing.  They are smaller of course.  I was misinformed.  I first heard they were even bigger than the ones I would wear.  I was first told that they were bigger to wrap around the eye more so they wouldn't move around.  Not sure who actually told me that.  I thought it was someone at the eye Dr. but we can't recall.  Maybe they are different types, but hers are small.  Harder in the middle so they don't flip easily. 

Anyhow this will be my job since I'm the contact pro in our home.  I can't wait to take them out for the first time.  I will probably catch it on video for you.  Been wearing them for almost 20 years now.  And I didn't expect a day like this until she was a teen.  Talk about a fast forward.  I had a whole conversation in my head with her.  I asked her how does it feel Mia?  Can you see me?  Daddy?  And I told her to look around.  Her looks said it all.  She squinted her eyes, her eyebrows followed, and she just had this look.  She looked, at me, she looked up and around.   I felt so happy for her because I was reminded of how I feel when I get new contacts or glasses, how good it feels to see again with fresh eyes.  

We were so excited we decided to eat out with the girls for the first time and we took the girls to Cici's Pizza.  Yes we were big pimpin at the pizza place!  lol  It was nice to eat out again as a family.  Especially with the two new additions. Even if  Cici's is not usually our first choice.  I know this is a place we very well may have to get used to.

We also breifly stopped by the radio station today so friends from work can meet them.  It was unplanned and great to finally share them with people other than family and those at the Dr.'s office. 

For those who may be confused, yes I did lose my full time job at Mix 105.1.  However they were kind enough to keep me part time in the company and I've been doing some work back at 102 Jamz.  Catch me on all this weekend.  If not you may hear me sooner or later.  

It was a big day for us and the girls.  Moments like this are unforgetable and very appreciated after all we have been through as a family.  It was one of those..."It's the little things" moments.   

Today was a huge day for the girls

Today was a great milestone for the girls.  It's a blessing to be able to share this with you.  They were taken off of their heart monitors and oxygen today.  They were off it in the day, but were required to wear them at night.  Mia was on oxygen at night only.  Maya was taken completely off of oxygen last month so it was great to finally have Mia off and be free from all the wires and hook ups on the girls.

There's nothing like holding them without checking for wires.  Moving freely with them has been great!  Not carrying or packing the monitor and oxygen tanks has been the best part.  Now I can bathe them without taking off the straps, just their clothes.  It was such a sucky reminder of their rough start in life.  But God is good and he has shown us once again that completely relying on him works.  It's part of his principles.  It's his law.  Like the law of gravity.  If you drop something it will fall.  If you will have faith, simply believe, your prayers will be answered too.   It takes true faith and trust in him.  Not always easy to grasp.  But we were forced.

  This was hard for us to do at times.  But deep down we know our God and we knew that the girls would be ok.   Thanks to everyone who believed along with us and never doubted, and prayed with us.  Many were praying for us, all around the country and even in other countries.  No matter how many good friends and family were there for us we have felt more alone at times because this was such a unique situation.  It was over 3 months of suffering.  My heart was drained.  We were both in survival mode where we just, breathed, ate and slept to survive.  Basically what the girls were doing.  They gained strength from us, and us from them.  Our love, their love, Gods love got us all through it.  

Please share this website with other families that have gone or are going through this.  Send the link to other families in the NICU so they may gain hope.  We didn't have anyone to look up to.  We didn't have any solid verbal hope until towards the end.  It was all a faith/guessing game from the beggining.  No one can know how difficult that is unless you go through it.   That has always sounded like something people say, but it's true.  So is the saying taking things day by day.  That has never been more real to us.  Imagine that now, hour by hour, minute by minute, second by second...that's how we lived.  You probably still don't get it.  You may think you do.  But you don't, unless your faced with it.  We have made amazing progress.  We know we are blessed.  We know the girls have a purpose.  We have a purpose.  God's plan has yet to be revealed! All I know is that I trust him.  I told him that everyday in the NICU.

 

I plan to use this site, to share their story, their pictures, their victory!  I will share about the good days and the bad.  I hope you continue to visit the site and support Mia and Maya's journey as they grow up and become even stronger and healthier.  This is what we've believed for and we are sticking to it!    


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Re: Sad Story
THIS IS HEART BREAKING MAMA

Re: Sad Story
THIS IS HEARTBREAKING....
 
 


--- On Tue, 3/2/10, LizzettePerez <lizzette_perez@yahoo.com> wrote:

From: LizzettePerez <lizzette_perez@yahoo.com>
Subject: Sad Story
To: "The Perez Twins" <thepereztwins@sfly.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010, 12:20 AM


Sad Story

I was told today of twins that didn't make it.  They too were at the 24 week mark.  Who knew that carrying multiples was such a delicate and dangerous task.  Not I.  Not before I experienced it myself.   Although I don't know their names, my heart goes out to that family and any family that has been through such a loss.  I can't imagine.  Even with all we've been through.  What a blessing for us to still have our girls here.  What a gift.  I hope that family has the love and support to help them through this difficult time.  I also hope they will find peace and comfort through the power of the holy spirit. 

 

I remember one of the girls first Dr. visits.  We ran into a family at the Dr.'s office who had triplets, oh so it appeared. Being it was one of our first outings with the twins, my first thought after settling in was "They stole our thunder"!  Lol. All kidding aside,  once everone was settled into the waiting room we started talking with the family.  I started the conversation by saying congratulations, because those never end when your carrying multiples around and they are still small in their infant seats.  The mom, said thank you and she immediately said, they are not triplets, they were quads, we lost one.  Ughhhhh!!!!!  My heart just stopped right there.  Most people may think, well, it was meant to be.  At least they took home three...  WHAT A STUPID THING TO THINK! 

 

The fact that she pointed that out so immediately, wasn't to impress me with how many babies she had.  It had to do with the loss she felt.  The incomplete, empty, void.  The kind we were familiar with in the nicu.  We have our happy ending.  They are home, and we continue to pray and believe for their health.  It was day by day, minute to minute second by second in the nicu.  Those ranking are kicked back down to just the day by day thank God! The toll this took on my family.  Finacially, emotianally physically.  The strain was almost unbearable.  But we are all still here fighting.  The girls are still fighting, and we are in love with them! 

 

I can't wait until the first 2 years pass.  I am trying to enjoy them small.  I just want them big already.  I can't explain it.  It is different that when we brought Melinda home.  The nicu trained us to feed them put them down let them rest.  Having such little interaction with them from birth, we have had to make a point to interact with them now constantly since they are home and stronger.  Just one of the examples of how weird this has all been for us. 

 

 

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Ronald Mc Donald House

Sometime in the near future, once we have settled in a bit more with the girls, I plan to volunteer at the Ronald Mc Donald house.  During our stay there different companies, churches and just everyday people cooked meals for the families staying there.  If you are interested in getting together and do a pot luck or cater some food for the families  please let me know. 

 

Also did you know you can collect the pop tabs off of soda cans and donate them to the Ronald Mc Donald house?  They have collected  billions of the pop tabs, literally tons, and had them recycled and have paid for many expenses to run the RMDH.  It cost $60 bucks  to have a family stay in a room per night.  They do not charge this.  They ask the families for a $15 dollar donation if they can do it.  They do not turn anyone away but they do ask for a donation.  We stood there for a great amount of time over the 3 1/2 months the girls were in the hospital.  Sometimes weeks at a time.  We actually paid almost every night we were there.  You can also make donations and pay at least $15 bucks to sponsor a families night stay.  No one actually did for us but it would of been nice and very much needed. 

 

For us, it was basically a place to stay near the hospital.  Kinda like a hotel.  We had no concept what that charity was really about.  We had some misconseptions. 

 So drop some change in that little box the next time your at Mc Donalds.  Pay attention in the drive through as well.  Most Mc Donalds have a little red box right under the drive through window where you can drop in some change, just like when your at a toll.  This charity was a great blessing in our life.  We will forever be grateful. 

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October 23, 2009 just 6 days before going home.  Here we are hanging out with the girls in the Nicu.  Watch how good Daddy swaddles the girls.  Still, till this day, he does a better job wrapping them up than I do.  He has to put them down at night because of it.  If not Mommy's in trouble :)


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5/9/2010 3:49:40 PM - 001048892715
Love the new pics!!! They are so amazing.
5/6/2010 4:24:24 PM - 000068343837
they are beautiful , all three of them . may god bless them always !
3/3/2010 7:44:06 PM - 003021665486
they are so beautiful man and they look so adorable together kid, with every thing you do with these children may the lord bless both of you. ALEX

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