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... in to work. The boys would be jumping around in their beds by 7 am. We'd eat breakfast and I'd play with them/answer any urgent emails until their 10 am naps. After tossing them both in their cribs, I would run downstairs and work...efficiently and hard. I had to say no to friends visiting, I couldn't take personal calls or texts, I didn't even shower...just worked. Noon would roll around and the ...
... and Henrietta...), and my happiest moments are when we all hang out in the living room with babies crawling all over us. It's a wonderful feeling to have these little beings love you back as hard as you love them. It's difficult to put concrete words to that feeling but it's just what I always wanted to feel with babies.
Sometimes I still can't believe we have twins. Man, I feel truly ...
... babysitter, Casie. She too loves the boys and when she's not playing with babies, she helps with laundry and general cleaning which is a blessing! I take breaks to run up and grab sweet babies from their naps or feed them throughout the day. It's pretty nice, I have to say.
One or two days a week I'm also volunteering for this fall's Girls on the Run program that I've been coaching at ...
... so we caught up with them over dinner. Besides seeing our friends, the main highlight of the week was driving an hour to Farmington and eating at the Olive Garden with the boys (our guilty pleasure). We were praying they would behave...maybe even sleep and they did. The whole time! We were able to eat, enjoy a drink and actually have a conversation without a peep from the boys. Nowadays that ...
... up the grains for meal time. After the tour we explored some more at the Spruce Tree Casa. Owen and Siena found a Kiva that had been reconstructed, so we climbed down into this ancient area that was used for prayer time back in 1200 A.D. Pretty Cool!
It was time to head to Durango where Sue and Dan Ammann (Summer's mom's Best Friends) had kindly invited us over for the weekend. The weather was acting up and there was the 42nd annual Race the ...