We are so glad that they can maintain their own body temperatures. And we're also glad that they can be in the same crib. Their new crib gives them the closeness of being together with still some wiggle room so that they're not bugging each other. The change from one bed to another made them all quite tired. All day today (Sunday) they were still tired, so we didn't hold them much and let them sleep.
The test was done in their cadillac bed with the heat turned off. (Ruthie is on the left, then Gracie and Annie). The triplets passed the milestone of maintaining their own body temperature! Yeah!
The triplets' new bed! (the biggest crib the NICU has)
Annie (left), Gracie (middle), and Ruthie (right). Gracie's hand in front of her face is actually a common sign from preemie's that means "Please leave me alone now, I'm tired".
No bows to see with their little hats on, but the nurse wanted Annie on the left, Gracie in the middle and Ruthie on the right.