At two years old, the triplets obviously don't understand the concept of pregnancy. Never mind that they aren't very verbal yet, but it's a pretty sophisticated concept for them to grasp. They don't have any sense of time beyond the very immediate past and the present. I'm not clear how much they understand about the future, but I'm guessing they don't have a sense of much more than the next few minutes or hours.
Still, I told the triplets that there is a baby in my belly. Abby and Sam didn't seem to react much, but Ellie seems to have absorbed the news.
She keeps poking my belly and saying "Babies!"
BabY, not BabIES.
Oh please don't let this child be better at sensing the future than highly paid ultrasound technicians and perinatologists.