Quality Inn Durango
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... 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 ...
- Bennett officially eats 4 ounces IN ONE SITTING! He used to snack. We don't allow him anymore :) Reid eats 5 ounces.
- Reid is grabbing for toys while under the activity mat. Bennett is close.
- My brother's family, Adam, Tricia Alexa and Ryan visited Durango after July 4th. We had a great time catching up with them, watching them interact and hold the boys, and ...
I wondered whether it would be out of place to kiss him on both cheeks, and decided that it probably would, so I thanked him and shook his hand instead, before driving on to the hotel, where R&G walked out of the hotel as I drove up.
They were wonderful: Geraldine does an excellent line in hugs, and Richard rang the car rental place to get their advice, which was basically to ignore it.
They offered to drive with us as far ...
... other day in the babies' room, envisioning life after giving birth. Before this point I had been anxious, scared, not prepared...but now, I feel ready. We have the swings, bottles, newborn clothes, crib sheets washed, and our hospital bag packed. I've come to terms with how the birth process may or may not go (we have a 50% chance of delivering both babies normally vs c section). There ...
... here.. As we headed south from Far View the Mike, the interpreter, told us all about the three civilizations that have lived in the area. He talked about the history, the cultures, and their spirituality. Our first stop was at a site called the Pithouse from about 600 AD. This was the first civilization and they dug a shallow pit about 15 inches deep with sticks and bone scrapers. Then they used wood to build the rest making the structure look like ...