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... we had a sunrise alarm clock that we were using to get us (Chip) out of bed and in to work. For obvious reasons, we haven't needed it so we decided to stick it in the babies' room. Every morning the light starts to slowly come on until it's nice and bright right at 6:30. Instead of fussing babies (not patiently waiting for their bottle), they lay there quietly on their tummies watching the "sun rise." We ...
... above post a month earlier, I have settled in and am really trying to enjoy (almost) every moment with the boys. Reading that reminds me that raising twins (or kids in general) truly is the toughest "job" I've ever had. I try to remind myself daily that they will only be these smiling little babies ONCE. It is killing me lately that they are growing so fast. Almost 4 months old! And I have to say I am officially madly in love with ...
... and as for the sign on the gent's loo door, what on earth does that mean?
The town of Silverton is small and quaint, with all the expected shops on either side of the wide Main Street. Perfect for gun fights, just like in those old films.
Stuart looked as if he was spoiling for a fight as he walked up the road, but with no hat, chaps, guns or a tassel of any description about his person, he didn't really look the part.
Having had a good stroll about, we had a hot ...
... them not here - things are getting awfully difficult to do ANYTHING. You should see me try to get in and out of bed or on and off the couch. It's awesome. Chip has been my rock. Not only does he work 12 hour days, but he comes home (in good moods!) and cooks us amazing meals, cleans up after me (I drop a lot of things...and then leave them on the floor), fixes stuff, makes us fires, cleans the litter box, does laundry, grocery shops, and ...
... see. On our drive today we've seen loads and loads of native America housing by the side of the road which are mainly shacks and tips, it's hard to believe anyone in America is living in something like that especially as these shacks don't have windows and the temperature at the minute is in the minus figures. On the way to Cortez we watched Stepbrothers the movie on the coach which made 2 hours or so fly by much quicker than it had done previously. In Cortez we stopped to go in ...