The Leland House Bed & Breakfast Suites Durango
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at the same time. That was...fine. The boys share a room with two separate cribs. Yes, the pregnancy was natural and yes, twins run in our family. When I get one ready in the morning, I get two ready. Two bottles, two diaper changes, two outfits, two breakfasts, and both play, get loaded in the car, out of the car, and I enjoy it. I couldn't even imagine my life with one baby. Two is my normal. But it could have ...
... 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, ...
... I had a shower. Started our trip to Durango, via Keyenta and Cortez, at 8:45am. We should arrive around 12noon. Heading into Cortez and Glens head is spinning round checking out old cars in paddocks. Arrive in Durango about 12:15,found our hotel,Days End, at the top of Main st. Really busy town, with a beautiful back drop of Fir covered mountains. It's ...
I wondered whether it would be out of place to kiss him on both cheeks, and decided that it probably would, so I thanked him and shook his hand instead, before driving on to the hotel, where R&G walked out of the hotel as I drove up.
They were wonderful: Geraldine does an excellent line in hugs, and Richard rang the car rental place to get their advice, which was basically to ignore it.
They offered to drive with us as far ...
... can get a bunch of stuff done on our house while they sleep' and I'd shake my head in agreement. Then we'd happily feed them by bottles and breast, change their diapers as they look longingly into our eyes and they'd go back to sleep peacefully for hours on end. That's when someone shook me from my pleasant daydream and reality hit. They cry (ours not so much) but very loudly, they test our limits by waking ...