“I was in the middle of this, so I just sat there, just staring,” said Elizabeth Krieger, who gave birth to twins at home in Winnipeg on Feb. 10.
“I said, ‘Oh my god, I’m going to cry.'”
Krieher said she then put her newborn on the bed and hugged her husband, saying, “I’m going out.”
“I said to him, ‘What is this?'”
Kriegers son, Luke, told CBC News.
“He said, `It’s my baby.'”
Luke said Kriegers husband then hugged his mother, saying: “She’s going to come back to you.”
Krieger said she is grateful for the outpouring of support she’s received from the Canadian public.
She said she’s seen it with her own eyes.
“I’m so thankful,” Krieges son said.
“For everything that has happened for us.
I’m really, really grateful.
It means a lot.””
It’s a beautiful moment, but I want to thank everybody who has been so supportive, because I just don’t know how much more we can do.”‘
It just depends on what kind of environment they’re in and how comfortable you are with the kids and how close you are,” Kreegers husband said.””
It was so nice to have something to look forward to.”CBC News asked Krieer if she had any advice for parents who might want to start a family with twins, as many of them have had difficulties finding a home.
“It just depends on what kind of environment they’re in and how comfortable you are with the kids and how close you are,” Kreegers husband said.
“But I can say that the only thing I can really say is if you want to have kids and want to share your life with them, and they’re both a blessing, that’s your choice.
And the only way you can know is by looking at them, so don’t put anything off.”
Kreeger said if you’re thinking about starting a family, she’d advise you to take time to look into it before you do.
“And then we just have to wait and see,” Kreger said.