My Latest Project – Twins!

I am proud to introduce my latest project – my twin boys!

Joel Thomas Slattery and Isaac James Slattery.

They are wonderful little boys and were born on Friday 25th October 2013 at 10:20am and then 10:21am.

I have designed many electronic projects over the years which involve countless hours of circuit design, coding, testing and troubleshooting. These projects are nothing compared to what God has created – in this case my two little boys.

Jeremiah 1v5 – “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you.”

Photo’s added 25 October 2013



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Photo’s added 26 October 2013

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Photo’s added 29 October 2013

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Photos added 6 November 2013

It’s been a while since I have uploaded anything here. The boys were flown in to Wagga (from Canberra) on Monday morning and are now at Wagga base hospital. It was quite a shock to the system coming to Wagga (even though our older boys Ben and Noah were born there.) Joel and Isaac had just come from a week and a half ‘holiday’ at the brand new Canberra hospital for women and children. They enjoyed a third story ‘apartment’ with views of the helicopter landing pad and of the hills of Canberra. They had their own nurse 24 hours a day and 7 days a week tending to their every need 🙂

Then when they arrived in Wagga they were put into a room with lots of crying babies and a handful of nurses to tend to them all, but the boys didn’t seem to mind 🙂 It was a huge blessing to have been able to have such a wonderful time in Canberra, all the staff there were fantastic and being able to stay at Ronald McDonald House was a wonderful blessing. The staff at Wagga are also very helpful, Australia has a very good public hospital system I think!

The boys are doing very well and Isaac is now out of his incubator crib. Joel will be in his for a while longer until he puts on some more weight. We’re all very much looking forward to getting the boys home though 🙂

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Photos added 13 November 2013

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Mine looked just like that when they were born. Now at 12, they’re almost as tall as I am… How time flies.
Enjoy being a father of twins.

Thanks Jan, I have to admit that it only seems like a few days ago that my oldest son (who’s turning 6 in a few weeks) was born. Time really does fly!

so touched! God is so good!

Wow! Congratulations. This is going to be a tough project to top. Next time you’ll need to make triplets. 🙂

Congratulations! I hope everything goes well. By the way very good project, the best project. Regards !!!!

Brad & Amy its so lovely to see some pis of your little boys- Congratulations to you both again! Praise God for their safe arrival! We looking forward to watching them grow up. Take care, Love The Russells xxxxx

Congratulations Brad and Amy!! Such Wonderful news!!God is so good!!what a beautiful addition to your already gorgeous family!! May they bring you so much blessing!!
Lots of love Poulos family xxx

Thrilled to bits with the safe arrival of Joel & Isaac. Well done Amy you are a champ.So Brad, I take it you went against the original thoughts of “Larry & Barry”ha ha. Love to all. May the dynasty continue!!!

My new grandsons are absolutely beautiful and so so precious. Thank you Brad and Amy. Ben and Noah will be over the moon with their little brothers. I love you all so much xo

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