I mean, they show great potential in the area of teamwork.
They would likely show lots of love to their patients.
And K is already barking out orders like a surgeon (I'm teasing you, honey!)
My mom bought these scrubs for them as a Christmas present last year, but they were too big. I pulled them out of the closet today and they were a HUGE hit--especially on the heels of a check up today with the pediatrican & a trip to the veteranarian with our dog yesterday. They are very into the fact that Daddy works to "help da sicka pee-pul." When pretending to be doctors they always "listen to da bump bump" (of my heart.)
The "caps" are swim pants, hence the leg holes.
Is is legal for the grandmother to leave a comment? We were so afraid that the scrubs would be "cheesey". Can't wait to see them in 2025 in the real things.
Yea, Mom! I am so happy you are no longer a lurker!!!
Those are so cute! And I love the "caps." They look like they are going to be some serious doctors!
You always have the best pictures to share! I love these, especially that one of Kate.
Oh how precious. I just love the pictures you post. They make me smile every time!
They look great! Those are adorable scrubs. Great present from Grandma!
Too Cute! I love the pic of them hugging! Nice job Grandma!
The swim caps complete these outfits perfectly. Who would of thunk it?
I'll bet Daddy thinks these are the best "dress ups" yet altho it is mighty hard to beat a tutu. . .
Keep those pictures coming, I'm addicted to seeing your little ones outfits! I saw those blogging t's on another site and actually thought of several bloggers who I just knew would have to have them. Just adorable!
Such fun stuff!
oh what cute pictures, and cute scrubs! how fun to dress them up!
They look adorable :)
zSee - you knew those swim diapers would come in handy for something!
Super CUTE!!! I love it!!!
Oh geez ... how cute! I love the swim pants on their heads. I didn't even realize that they had leg holes in them until I went back to look! Next time, you'll need to put the kids in those for the trip to the Vet & Pediatrician. I bet they'd get a HOOT out of it!! :)
Aren't triplets wonderful?! :) :) :)
I think a trip in the scrubs to have lunch with Daddy at the hospital would be toooooooo cute??
I would be so proud, they are ADORABLE x's 3!!!!!!!!!!!!
You lucky mommy.
JenMom, This comment is a reply to your comment on my blog. Check out
I've personally used the first resource on the page, "The Wounded Heart" (text and workbook available) with girls who come through the Crisis Pregnancy Center. I like it because it is good in a group setting, but can be done independently. I'd just make sure that everyone who comes through has her own copy for when she moves on.
It is also possible to just "jump in" so for a transient group, this is a good study. I always have plenty of books around, and just give one to every girl who shows up, whether she's there for a day or a year.
Oh, and CUTE KIDS!! They'd probably have a lot in common with our baby who puts anything with leg holes on her head!
Those are TOO cute. That's an instant Halloween costume too!
I bet they had a blast in them. Sometimes it's the simplest things. At the beginning of the week, I bought each of my boys a little $5 broom from Toys R Us. It's been the hit of the playroom these days....who woulda thought?
Oh my goodness, that is the most adorable thing I have ever seen! Your children are so cute, and having them dressed up in scrubs is just the cutest thing ever! (I'm a med school student, so it makes me a little partial to the outfits!). Kudos to you for being such an amazing mom to triplets! God bless!
LOLOL!!! Those pictures are soooo cute!! And I can relate because my dad is a doc (he's a family physician who also does obstetrics) and I was almost one when he graduated medical school... so while he was in residency, my two sisters and I (although we're not triplets, we're close in age) were often caught wearing attire very similar to that seen in your pictures. :D
I remember many days of playing in the hospital hallways... but I must admit I was too young to remember what the reactions from the staff were like! :)
Post a Comment