First off, I have to report that the flight was totally successful and the babies did great! The flight attendants were even complimenting us saying they didn't hear them cry once. Ethan cried a little during take off and Jane cried when the captain came over the intercom and woke her up.
I was lucky enough to sit next to some teenage girls that oooed and awwed over both babies the whole time and even held Ethan for a bit to give my arms a break. The guy next to Dave had kids of his own and helped out as well. Dave and I had to sit on separate rows because apparently there is only 1 extra oxygen mask per row so 2 babies can't be in the same row.
So we are here and Utah is beautiful and humidity-free! It has been so nice to be with family and to see Jane and Ethan interact with them.
I have been waiting to share this video of Ethan and Jane. This is the moment that Ethan realizes Jane is right next to him and that she's his sister. It's pretty cute to watch how fixed he is on her and how happy he is to see her! Most people think that twin infants interact a lot when they are little (I thought that when I was pregnant) but they really don't. For the most part they ignore each other (sometimes even going out of their way to ignore each other). So this makes me really happy: