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Let's see, what's new with the babies, so I remember for the future? Mama K said it best when she called them little tornadoes. They buzz around, grabbing and eating toys, making each other laugh. They're up on furniture, then down and up again, then dancing. They wake us up in the mornings by talking to each other and jumping in ...
... really fun to see him gaining confidence and growing before our eyes. Bennett is always a few weeks behind Reid's antics. He has started to get up on all fours (he can also do a mean downward dog) but no official crawling yet. He does have a leg up on Reid and with this one certain toy he is able to pull himself up from sitting to standing. He also thoroughly enjoys rolling around and can get ...
... heavily with lightning and thunder. Quite a contrast to the desert weather we've been accustomed to. Went for a walk up the street and found a cool little pub called Durango Brewing Company, stopped for a quick ale, as you do. Tomorrow we are heading out on the Durango to Silverton railway, another early start. We have to be on the train at 7:30am. ...
... Valley, and after that we would be on our own.
The scenery leading up to Monument Valley was superb. Majestic. Extraordinary.
Monument Valley even more so.
We bounced down the track with R&G in their 4x4, which might have given us even better views, but it didn't, so they went off and left us to potter on at our own pace,
The scenery continue to enthral, as over each hilltop it changed, the colours always captivating ...
... from the dead of sleep every 2-3 hours at night to eat, and just when we think we've got them figured out, they remind us that we don't by peeing or ******** in the one second that we don't have a diaper on them (and also soaking their outfit for the 2nd time that day). We love them like no other but these little baby humans are needy and keep us from showering until 4pm some days and eating our meals at ...