About

We’re the Jansens. I’m Stefanie, “the mom.” Greg’s the dad. We started out as just a couple of high school sweethearts. Now we’re adventurers about to begin our greatest journey ever — life with four kids.

In November 2011, our first child, Hannah Jo, was born. Just 7 months later, we found out we were pregnant again — but this time, with THREE babies instead of one. (I know, right?) This blog chronicles the journey of us, our daughter, and our spontaneous triplets. It serves as a “news outlet” for friends and family to stay updated on the babies’ progress, a scrapbook of our lives, and (hopefully) an inspiration to parents of multiples everywhere.

We’re big believers that life is what you make of it. And this is our attempt to prove “the hype” about multiples and big families wrong. Ready to join us?

Here we go!

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One response

  1. Hi Stefanie, my name is Darla. I’m from Haubstadt, IN along with many of your aunts, uncles, cousins… I have talked to many of your family members about you. I am having twins the first part of Feb., and while that doesn’t compair to triplets it’s still a lot for our little town. Your family has been keeping up with me and they sent me to your blog. I now am one of your followers. It’s nice to hear some of the things you say about the triplets, because it applies to my twins too. After all the high rish ultrasounds I have had so far I completely understand when you write about how long they take, let alone the stress that comes with them. I’m really glad you are doing so well. I’m doing fantastic too. Take care, and I will look forward to your next post.

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