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... online but came up with our own method (yes, we are going to be those horrible parents that lock their kids in their room until it's time to come out for the day). Maybe you'll laugh but we figured out a way to keep the boys in bed (and happy-ish) until 6:30 am. Chip will chime in right about now and say 'tell them this was my idea' (and it was) because he's awfully proud it has been working. Long ...
... personalities take shape. It's going to be a long road and I know I'll have plenty more bad days, emotional days, and days where I want to get in the car and drive to Mexico but I've realized that's just part of being a mom, part of the job description. It'll get better...my optimistic side reminds me.
Don't worry, I'm not going to be a total Debbie Downer this whole blog post. I feel like since ...
... of cases every day of people every day who need to get rescued from the loo, necessitating easy access from the outside?
This one had the added problem that it flushed automatically every 20 seconds, which meant I got a sprinkling from underneath at least twice before I had finished. Unpleasant, really, and totally unnecessary, it seems to me. Let ME decide when to flush the thing, as I may prefer to wait until I have finished, am standing up and well out of range.
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We hope everyone had a great week! I can't believe it's mid-March already - spring is around the corner!
Well, we made it to 36 WEEKS!!!!!!
And I'm back but with no real exciting news...YET! I believe the time draws near though (perhaps this will be my last post?!?). The docs don't necessarily want me going too far past 38 weeks so that means within the next two weeks, the boys will be here. I ...
... I found really hard to believe. After our lunch break we had a few hours to drive to get to Monument Valley in Utah which was very pretty. When we first arrived there it was quite foggy so we couldn't see the rock structures in the background but after wandering around the gift shop and museum for a while it cleared up and we were able to get some great pictures of Monument Valley. We saw some old native style clay homes which were lined with wood at the museum which were ...