Logwood Bed And Breakfast
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... of walking which terrifies me at times. They've been taking steps down stairs without holding on (I have more gray hairs). They try to repeat what we say, know where a bunch of body parts are, and can make several animal sounds (our favorite is the duck, instead of quack it's cap, cap, cap). They're showing interest in using utensils at the table, and they're starting ...
... chili sauce were plated for some while others opted for more rider-friendly eggs and toast. We packed up and rode out right at 10:00 am heading for Pagosa Springs and on to Durango.
The temperature was comfortable, but as we began to rapidly climb into the mountains. We made frequent stops to add another layer of warmth and to upgrade to warmer gloves. By the time we reached a scenic view pull-off at 10,500 feet in altitude, we had donned just about every ...
... then you know I'm a pretty positive person. Life has been good to me, even in some of my toughest moments I can tell you the good side of the story because I choose to remember it that way. While life with twins has been tough or chaotic at times, it has also never been more fulfilling and rewarding than to watch my own children go from newborn to a year old in the blink of an eye and have so much fun doing ...
... their awesomely colorful toys. Reid is now army crawling. We knew his days of rolling were soon over when grandpa Keller (GK) taught him how to bring his knees up and proceeded to move him closer to objects. A few days later he was rocking back and forth. And a few days after that, he began army crawling his way to toys and the aforementioned. At first we grumbled 'thanks a lot, GK.' But now, ...
... on and calmly ate, then we'd fall asleep. Finally. A moment when he seemed happy eating. Hallelujah! So we stuck to that plan for months and in the end I was so attached that we just co-slept from 9 pm on and he'd snack several times a night. I'm telling you, it was the most wonderful part of my day (night). Even if I did only get 5-6 hours of sleep a night.
July rolled around and with Reid sleeping through the night, we knew Bennett had to be next. ...