Obviously having triplets we are very visible. When I'm pushing the triple on my own I'm extremely visible. People say all sorts of odd things.
Best things - its lovely when people say how gorgeous the babies are, how lucky we are. It's nice to meet people who have twins, or are one of twins (never met a triplet yet!) and get their perspective on being a multiple.
Most often heard - You've got your hands full! I hear this every day at least once. It isn't offensive but it does get a bit dull.
Funniest - the delivery men who said Matt should be very proud of having triplets - implying it meant he was the king of virility.
Rudest - worst ever goes to the man who said 'my sympathies' to me when I told him I was pregnant with twins. Honourable mention to the man this week who said 'you've got problems!' as I walked past him pushing the buggy.
People are odd and also lovely, depending on which one you meet.
Attached are photos to prove that no-one should ever feel sorry for us. We are blessed.
Lex, Beth, Charlie
Beth, Charlie, Lex
Beth and daddy