Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Bankruptcy litigation attorney. Thanks for your question.
If you wanted to keep paying the mortgages, the normal procedure would be to identify the liens/debt in your bankruptcy schedules and then re-affirm the debt through your bankruptcy - - which means that you would execute an agreement to keep the debt and make the bankruptcy have no affect on it.
If the debt was completely left out of the bankruptcy, that's not normal procedure, and it may be that your attorney didn't do as he should have.
It is possible to re-open the bankruptcy by motion and then include the debt since it was a debt that existed at the time you initially filed. Once the case is re-opened, you could enter into a reaffirmation
agreement and get credit for the payments you're making and show your loans in good status.
This can be done, but it will take some work and your attorney may be unwilling to handle this. If so, you may want to speak to a new attorney about doing this, and you may also want to consider filing a negligence claim against your attorney as well.