We see a lot of premature babies, and many of them are multiples, like twins or even triplets. One set of twins, born prematurely at home in December were a boy and a girl weighing only 2 and a half pounds each. Mom took the babies immediately to Bwaila Hospital where the staff referred them to our nurses for further care and management. Mom was taught how to wrap her infants close to her body for warmth in lieu of incubators, which are scarce and unreliable in Malawi due to common power outages. Staying in a warm room with blankets wrapped around her, mom is able to provide the warmth that these two need to survive. With proper feeding and care, this little brother and sister are stable and growing.