Durango Riverside Resort
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... them. I can make them smile and almost giggle by blowing raspberries on their cheeks. I can tell when they are tired or ready to eat. I love going in after they've napped to see their giant toothless grins and when I pick them up they nuzzle their faces into my neck. They are turning into calm, fun-loving little babies and I am so relieved to be crazy in love with them. Quite a difference from June when I just wished they were 18 ...
... short drive to the petrol station, the engine warning light came on in the car.
It had felt a little lumpy for a day or two, so I decided we needed to talk to someone about it, particularly as we were heading across vast wastes with no phone.
Monument Valley? A great place, but not a great place to break down.
Anyway, with the light now firmly on, it may be nothing important, but if I didn't report it and we broke down you bet your ...
... circumstances where the mom is lucky enough to experience both. I'm praying that's not me. The house feels ready to go, gross carpet is pulled (more on that later), and Chip's paternity leave is about to kick in. It seems we are officially ready and actually excited to meet these sweet little boys (I wonder what they'll look like?!). Our only problem? Names. Yep, we have our list ready ...
... they aren't painful, just uncomfortable. Next up, another milestone...30 weeks is only one day away! Let's pray we make it 4-6 weeks longer!!!! Stay in there babies and keep on a'cookin'!
And finally, amidst all the house chaos, we decided it was time to call on family for help. In less than a week, Teedo will be flying out to Durango to be put to work (she offered to help, I swear!). We ...
... the Sun was out and it was just beautiful.
On the way back to Durango we stopped for lunch in a little town, Manco, Colorado, and found a delightful little restaurant/bakery in an old (1905) bank building. The food was very good, and the atmosphere was delightful. We are planning to stop by in the morning on our way to Flagstaff for breakfast.
I think I mentioned previously ...