After surviving a trying couple of months, when they had to leave their prematurely born twins at the hospital, one happy couple was recently able to bring their baby boys safely and securely home, to be shrouded in love by their mom and dad.
The Killing’s Jamie Anne Allman and her hub Marshall Allman, best known for his role in True Blood, brought their babies into the world at the tail-end of January, reported US Weekly, nearly three months ahead of their anticipated due date. The boys were given the names Asher James and Oliver Charles, two most gentlemanly picks that sound rather like characters from a novel.
Seeing as Baby Oliver was just a wee 2 pounds, 11 ounces, at delivery, and his brother Asher a slightly larger 3 pounds, the twins were required to be under hospital care for nearly three months before recently being able to go home with Mom and Dad in late April.
At the time of discharge, both boys had grown to healthy weights. Asher had reached 8 pounds and 1 ounce, while Oliver had reached 7 pounds and 7 ounces, reported People magazine.
Ultimately it was a bladder infection that led to the twins’ premature delivery, but the boys’ mom was a real trooper, having also developed and overcome a case of gestational diabetes during her pregnancy.
This is sure to become a delightfully more rambunctious and lively household for the couple, who wed back in 2006, with two baby boys now bounding around. We’re thrilled to know that this family can now be together under one roof and begin leading the life of their dreams.