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... cries when I wave goodbye. When I come back 8 hours later, the daycare women always tell me the same thing: "They're silly/funny/goofy boys. They didn't nap very long. And Reid tried to eat the playground mulch." The best part of those days is spying on them when I arrive, both of them oblivious that I'm there. When they notice me they drop what they're doing and start running my way with a huge ...
What happened to my babies? No, seriously. I'm pretty sure they've nearly morphed into toddlers overnight. It happened when they started walking. They just appeared and behaved more mature, wobbling around like mini-humans. They started reaching for things they didn't normally reach for and climbing up things they didn't normally climb up. Then came the begging, whining, and pleading for anything in ...
... we had enough alcohol to make my rather bad cooking taste ok . We light 2 huge fires in the bedroom and living room as its blinking freezing out here then planned the next leg of the journey .
3/4 I got up early and went for a jog around the amazing lake and was rather surprised to find it was rather thick frost so good job I had a few thermals with me . It certainly woke me up , Breakfast was served at the ...
... blowing up with texts from Jane, Katie's mom...'She's pushing,' 'I think I heard Juanita say it's coming,' 'I hear crying!!!!!!' 'It's a boy!' Each text felt like hours in-between but really it hadn't even been a minute. I'm bawling. I haven't cried this much in months. My heart feels so happy it's about to burst. I now know that the birth of a baby brings so much joy, happiness, exhaustion, change, worry, ...
... all shaking. I couldn't feel my hands and I was shivering. We stayed in the Springfield welcome center to warm up. Alex and Mitchell helped to warm me up, Leash helped to warm up Kim. Body heat does actually work. Annie brought us lunch (pancakes covered in Nutella and peanut butter). I just couldn't warm up; I can't remember a time I was that cold. And we were so wet, we couldn't escape the cold, we had no other clothes to change into. After sitting for a while in the visitors center, ...