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Wooster Family Blog

For things going on in the Wooster family.


Welcome to the Wooster Family Blog!

This was started as an easy way to keep all of our friends and family updated on our twins, Aspen and Elizabeth. Go to Aspen & Elizabeth to read that story.

Going forward, this will also include other family related information, so feel free to check this out if you’d like. There is no email list or Facebook group for the generic blog, only for the Aspen & Elizabeth category.

Thank you for visiting!

One Year Home

What A Difference A Year Makes


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At a friend’s pool party enjoying lunch and dessert.

Well, it happened! It’s August 5th, which means the girls have officially been home from the hospital for a year. That seemed worthy of another post. It’s been almost two months since the last one, so.

6 Months

Time Marches On!


4 minute read

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It’s been quite a while since there’s been a post here. There’s just been so much going on. Six months seemed like a good reason to do this, though.

Also, you may notice that I missed by a day. Better late than never, I guess.

Fingers Crossed

Going home on Wednesday


3 minute read

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They kept saying that it would “click,” and I guess this weekend was that time. Both girls had good days on Friday and were climbing. Their 24-hour numbers Saturday morning weren’t quite 80%, but they were heading the right direction. It wasn’t really overnight, but it did happen over a few short days

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